Primary chorister

Elevate your primary singing time with these fun and engaging ideas for primary choristers. Explore creative ways to teach and inspire children through music.
Humour, Primary Singing Time, Primary Songs, Primary Teaching, Teaching Music, Primary Lessons, Teaching Kids, Primary Music, Lds Primary Singing Time

Every month, there are 3 suggested songs to teach the Primary children. Discuss with your Primary President, and other chorister(s), which songs you’d like to focus on for each month. I try to pick one that THEY KNOW pretty well and one that they DON’T KNOW from the suggested songs. Teaching 3 new songs from scratch a month would be a lot for them to learn! So for the 3rd song, I will either sing it during a pick-and-choose Sunday, or as one of the opening songs that month. On the first…

Becca Young
Repeat, Repeat, Repeat.  They'll be having so much fun, they'll never know they're singing the same song over! Elementary Music, Primary Songs, Primary Music, Primary Singing Time, Teaching Music, Music Lessons, Preschool Music, Primary Lessons, Primary Games

You’ve taught them the new song for the month…. now you need to REPEAT aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand REPEAT it!!! Children (and adults) learn best with repetition so we thought we’d compile a list of ways to repeat a song without the children hearing, “One more time” and “Play it again” or “From the top”. The best kind of Singing Time when repeating and reviewing a new Primary Song is the one where the kids don’t realize they’re singing the same song over and over again! This is also great for them…

I am so playing this!!! It should be, "Sing, or Act" or  "Sing or Improvise" OR "Sing or Dance?" OMGG hours of enjoyment at sleepovers! Elementary Music, Education, Primary Chorister, Primary Music, Primary Songs, Teaching Music, Primary Singing Time, Music Activities, Music Classroom

I found this idea online somewhere, but can't find it again now. But here's my version: I made this poster the week we were reviewing Baptism that said "Sing or Dare." The "Sing" cards had a fun way to sing a certain verse of the song we were reviewing. The "Dare" cards had a question or just something silly for the child to do. We ended up singing each verse of the song twice, with lots of fun mixed in! Here's what the cards said: For Junior Primary Dare: Stand on your chair and shout "I…

Noël Hardman
fast)  -Opera (self explanatory - use hand actions too! -Feather Voice (whisper) -Bee Voice (Hum) Art, Ideas, Primary Singing Time, Primary Songs, Primary Music, Children's Songbook, Music Lessons, Singing Games, Primary Lessons

Let me set the scene. It’s late Saturday night. You’ve had a busy and packed day full of soccer games, bridal showers, whiney kids, family get-to-gether, making dinner, put (forced) kids to bed. Then you think, “Oh man! I have to plan my singing time lesson for tomorrow!!!” What can I do that really quick and easy???? We’ve all been there. We get it. So, here you go: Pick one. We got your back J (((***KEEP IN MIND, THESE ALSO WORK FOR REVIEWING YOUR PROGRAM SONGS!!!!!))) 1- Target Practice…

Vi Fardig
Teaching, Ideas, Primary Singing Time, Primary Program, Primary Lessons, Primary Music, Primary Chorister, Primary Songs, Lds Primary Lesson Helps

So you have a few days to prepare for your Primary Program Singing time coming up on Sunday? CHECK. You want to do something fun that has a MEDIUM amount of prep? CHECK. Nothing too overboard and fancy, but an idea that is a little more special than your regular Sunday Singing Time? CHECK. Well then, here’s a good list of MEDIUM Prep Primary Program Review Ideas for you!!! 1-Emoji Progress Emoji’s are easy for the Primary children to understand! So what better image to “grade” their Primary…

Elementary Music, Pre K, Humour, Music Games For Kids, Primary Singing Time, Singing Games, Music Activities, Primary Music, Primary Games

I was in charge of our Primary Singing time at church a few weeks ago and decided to play a simple game of tic-tac-toe to help us practice a song. It was so easy to put together, the kids had fun, and we got a good practice on one of my favorite songs! Supplies: Construction paper in Red and Blue Scissors Tape Chalk Prep Work: Draw an X on a piece of red construction paper. Cut it out and trace 5 more onto more red paper. Draw an O on a piece of blue construction paper and do the same thing…

Destiny Jenkins
Music Education, Primary Singing Time, Music Activities, Primary Chorister, Primary Music, Kids Singing, Primary Songs, Primary Lessons, Primary Activities

We need to sing a song over and over to memorize the words and think about the message. Here is a list of different ways to practice a song over and over that will make it fun and keep the kids' attention. 1. Alligator mouth to control the volume- when his mouth is open wide, you sing loud. When it's open a little bit, you sing quiet. 2. Eddie Spaghetti - Pull a piece of yarn up through the hole. Colors can mean different things, like boys/girls sing, or hum/sing. (2 things I've learned…

Michelle Jacobsen