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 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.
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.
6 thoughts on “Beautiful Savior”
Ok…just watched the church website video… WOW! You are awesome to do that! I've changed my mind… HAHAHAHA. that looks WAY too hard for me.
I'll admit, I have cut A LOT out of what the lady does on the website! I figured if I couldn't do it, neither could the kids.
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. 🙂
I'm behind this week – sorry about that! I just posted the 3rd verse. Thanks for your nice comment!
To the above posters, I just want to let you know that if you follow this link it tells you that she thinks the ASL church videos are too complicated as well. She just does signs for key words. As do I. (:
The flip chart is awesome! Thanks so much for sharing!