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This is a great way to sing TONS of Christmas Primary songs in the Children’s Songbook.
Christmas Singo Sheet Printables
Download and print up to 70 different Singo sheets. Depending on how you play:
- each child will need one
- each class will need one
- or one or two for the entire Primary
See the variations below for more details.
Download the Free Christmas Singo Singing Time Printables
These printables are filed on the Resource Library page under Category Title > Christmas > Christmas Singo.
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TIP: I prefer sheet protectors because they will also hold 25 green square of construction paper to use as markers.
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Print on white card stock, laminate (optional) and cut out. Place in a bowl or bag to be drawn from.
Christmas Primary Songs
The Primary songs included in this Christmas Singo activity are:
- The Shepherd’s Carol p. 40
- Samuel Tells of the Baby Jesus p. 36
- Picture a Christmas p. 50
- Christmas Bells p. 54
- Once within a Lowly Stable p. 41
- When Joseph Went to Bethlehem p. 38
- Stars Were Gleaming p. 37
- The Nativity Song p. 52
- Who Is the Child? p. 46
- Away in a Manger p. 42
- Star: The star was fulfillment of the promise that a new star would arise on the night of Christ’s birth. The people of the Book of Mormon also saw the star, as well as the Wise Men that came from the East.
- Candy Cane: “the candy cane is widely recognized as a reproduction of a shepherd’s staff.” (Bruce D. Porter “King of Kings”) The crook on the staff helps to bring back sheep that have strayed. the candy cane is the symbol of Christ being our shepherd.
- Christmas Wreath: “The Christmas wreath originated in remembrance of the crown of thorns worn by the Savior on the cross; it may also remind us that God’s plan is “one eternal round.” (Bruce D. Porter “King of Kings”)” The wreath symbolizes eternity and the eternal nature of Christ’s love. it is a circle, without beginning and without end.”
- Christmas Bells: “Christmas bells can serve as heralds of his coming.” (Bruce D. Porter “KIng of Kings”)
- Tree Lights: Remind us that Christ is the light of the world.
- Christmas Stockings: “Even the Christmas stockings hung by the fireplace may bring to mind those who have neither shoes nor stockings, whose store of worldly goods is bare, prompting us to reach out and share with the needy at this time of year. In the symbols and traditions of Christmas, all things bear record of him.” (Bruce D Porter “King of Kings”)
- Gifts: We give and receive gifts at Christmas time in remembrance of Heavenly Father’s greatest gift of all: His son Jesus Christ.
- Christmas Tree: The green color of the evergreen tree remains green all year round. our Christmas trees represent eternal life – the greatest gift from our Savior. The needles point heavenward, reminding us of Christ.
- Santa: generosity and kindness.
How to Play Christmas Singo in Singing Time
- silly hats for their teacher to wear
- a treat
- Christmas stickers
Then optionally, go for blackout. If you use M&M’s as your markers, the Primary can eat them once their sheet is full.
Christmas Singo Variations
- Hand a sheet to each child and everyone competes against each other (great for older children). Have them turn around and place their sheet on their chair and kneel on the floor. Then, when it’s time to sing, everyone turns around and stands up.
- Give each class a sheet and classes gather around their teacher and play against classes. This is great for larger and/or younger Primaries. Again, everyone can turn around to face the front when you sing.
- Print off one Singo sheet as large poster sizes OR use the “tiled” option in the Resource Library. They print on 6 pages to piece them together on the board. Use magnets as markers and have the Primary fill in the singo chart together. Have children come draw a calling card out of the bag.
- Similar to Option 3 but print off 2 posters or tiled options in the Resource Library. Create 2 teams.
Note that if you only use 1 or 2 poster sizes, there may be calling cards that you will not be using so make sure to remove them!
More Christmas Singing Time Ideas
Make sure to check out all my Christmas singing time ideas!
These printables are filed on my Resource Library page under Category Title > Christmas > Christmas Singo.