Beautiful Savior

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I will be teaching this song using sign language.  We will also be performing it in the program using the sign language we’ve learned (while we sing).  It’s beautiful when it’s performed!
 
I’m no signing expert but I have written up a post HERE with tips and tricks for teaching and using sign language in primary.
 

You can watch this song using ASL on the church’s website HERE (or on YouTube HERE then you won’t have to download it).  Just note that my version is VERY simplified!

I have some simple notes you can download using the access button below that I will take to church with me but they may make no sense to anyone except me!  I’d recommend researching each of these signs using the links I provided in my signing tutorial post to help familiarize yourself with the signs and cater the notes to you.
 

I also created a flip chart for this song that you can also download using the access button below. I may be using the flip chart pages as I introduce each of the signs.  As we discuss each sign, I’ll post each page on the chalkboard with a magnet.

Find my lesson plan for teaching the 3rd verse HERE.  Also find my handbell chart for the descant HERE.
Camille's Primary Ideas: Beautiful Savior Handbell Chart Singing Time Lesson Plan Idea

Check out this quick tutorial video for accessing the Resource Library:

These printables are filed on my Resource Library page under Song Title > Beautiful Savior.

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6 thoughts on “Beautiful Savior”

  1. The 1st and 2nd verse went great last week! It helped that one of our teachers knows ASL. 😉 Are you planning to post a cheat sheet for the 3rd verse? I hate to recreate the wheel if you already have one put together. Thanks! I just love your blog and pretty much follow your lessons to a T. Thank you for sharing your talents and ideas. 🙂

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