August 2013 Singing Time Schedule

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Camille's Primary Ideas: August Singing Time Schedule
As always, you can find the words to most of these songs under the “Posting Words” tab above.
 
On a side note, I’ve had several comments about some of you not being able to access my documents on Scribd for free.  Please do not pay for a membership!  I’m not sure why you can access some documents and others you cannot.  If there’s a document you need, you can contact me and I’ll email you anything.  It just won’t be as prompt so you may have to be patient with me.  If you have any suggestions as to something better for posting documents online, I’m all ears!!
 

Singing Time Schedule

AUGUST 2013

 

August 4th:

Reverence song:  I am a Child of God p. 2

Scripture song:  The Tenth Article of Faith p. 128

Birthday song:  Feliz Cumpleanos p. 282

Welcome song:  We Welcome You p. 256

Singing Time:  Sr: Various songs selected by primary, Jr: Nursery Song List

Activity:  I’m going to be out of town so my substitute is going to play “Stump the Primary found HERE with Senior Primary.  For Junior Primary, they’ll just go through my nursery song list with all the props.  Find that HERE.  The Wiggle Worm jar (find that HERE) is also great for a sub!

 

August 11th:

Reverence song:  Faith p. 96

Scripture song:  The Tenth Article of Faith p. 128

Birthday song:  Feliz Cumpleanos p. 282

Welcome song:  We Welcome You p. 256

Singing Time:  A Child’s Prayer p. 12

Activity: Considering a match up with the 1st and 2nd verses.  The 2nd verse answers a lot of questions asked in the first verse.  More to come.

 

August 18th:

Reverence song:  Reverently, Quietly p. 26

Scripture song:  The Tenth Article of Faith p. 128        

Birthday song:  Feliz Cumpleanos p. 282

Welcome song:  We Welcome You p. 256

Singing Time:  A Child’s Prayer p. 12

Activity:  Practice singing the 1st and 2nd verses together.  Split groups in different ways:  boys vs. girls, brown vs. blonde, teachers vs. primary, blue eyes vs. brown eyes, etc. More suggestions??

 

August 25th:

Reverence song:  I Pray in Faith p. 14

Scripture song:  The Tenth Article of Faith p. 128        

Birthday song:  Feliz Cumpleanos p. 282

Welcome song:  We Welcome you p. 256

Singing Time:  I am a Child of God p. 2, One in a Million, My Heavenly Father Loves Me, p. 228,
This is My Beloved Son p. 76, If the Savior Stood Beside Me outline, We’ll
Bring the World His Truth p. 172, When I am Baptized p. 103, Families Can Be
Together Forever p. 188, A Child’s Prayer p. 12

Activity:  Back to school review game found HERE but using this year’s program songs.

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7 thoughts on “August 2013 Singing Time Schedule”

  1. I had that issue with Scribd. I don't know why. It works for me with other stuff I've downloaded. Even on the same day! 🙂 But would Google Docs work? I'm not a guru, so I'm not sure. But it's an idea. P.S. Thank you so much for sharing your ideas! They are wonderful!

  2. You are awesome. (: I was just called and about died of happiness when I found your site! Question – what do you do with your hands during the songs? Are you holding something with the words on, some sort of prop, doing actions, conducting? I always feel a little bit silly with my hands because conducting doesn't seem quite exciting enough for little kids, so I just end up holding a chart with the words on. Just curious about what you do! Thanks!

    1. As far as leading music goes, I kind of do it all. During opening exercises I usually just conduct like normal. During singing time, if it is an action song, I do the actions. If it is a song we are unfamiliar I will sometimes pitch lead. And sometimes I'll point to the pictures hung on the chalkboard as we sing if there are pictures, etc. With the little kids, I do a lot of pitch leading as I feel it's a good visual of the notes for them. I rarely have things in my hands I'm holding but that's just my preference.

      I hope that helps!

      ~Camille

  3. Thank you so much for this blog. I am a tone deaf, non musical, Primary Chorister who has no idea how to lead music (I love flip charts for that reason). I have been stumbling my way through this calling for the past six months as I just try my best to teach the Gospel through song (best advice one of my friends told me when I was freaking out about this calling). I have a silly nature, so that helps a little, but man, I am really nervous now with the primary program coming up, so I am super happy I found your blog. I am printing off a bunch of ideas and running to the store today! Can't wait to try the wiggle worms tomorrow! Thanks again! ~Sarah Hull

  4. thanks so much! I had an idea if it can help anyone for introducing a Child's Prayer…I made doors with the questions from the 1st vs on the front that open to the coinciding answers and statements from the 2nd vs.

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