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One in a Million

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This Sunday in singing time I’ll be teaching One in a Million (find the music HERE).
 
I am combining teaching with one of the Primary counselor.  She is going to be working on most of the visuals and I’m staying with just teaching the song.
 
She is creating a star for each child with their names. These will be placed on our “One in a Million” bulletin board she’s creating.  As each child is spotlighted throughout the year, the information they are spotlighted with (a question asking how they are one in a million) will be placed somehow near/on their star. 
 
To introduce the song, our counselor is planning on showing a few “One in a Million” videos found on the church’s website HERE and here’s her little bulletin board she did…
 
Then I will intersperse the lesson plan that I found HERE.  Pretty straight forward. And I found some actions on Sugardoodle HERE (which also includes a second verse which I didn’t teach).
 
Reader Kari said she taught this song using the book, “What is a Million.”  I’d love to incorporate this but I have had trouble locating it.  If anyone has details on the author or a link to where I can get this book, I’d love the help!

 

Download my To-Go lesson plan using my access button at the bottom of this post.  I changed a few actions and didn’t do all of the lesson plan suggested above.

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These printables are filed on my Resource Library page under Song Title > One in a Million.

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    I think it is "How Much Is a Million" by Schwartz and Kellogg. Great idea to use that book. We used the One in a Million idea a couple years ago as our program song motivator. I purchased a large map of the world and mounted it to a tri-fold cardboard display. Each Sunday the kids would report how many songs they had listened to or sung that week (we made a cd for each family). I would put up a star sticker for each song. The goal was to earn a million stars. Of course the map was full by the time the program came and we were nowhere near one million but I figured out how many each star sticker needed to be worth to reach one million and that's how we made it. It was a lot of star sticking but the kids knew their songs! We then sang the song, decorated star cookies and watched the One in a Million videos in Primary as a reward for their hard work. They loved it! Good luck to you!

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