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It’s a January repeat lesson!  This lesson is a great introduction for all those sweet Sunbeams (not to mention all the kids to their new teachers, and those Jr. kids who have graduated into Sr.).  Plus it’s VERY interactive and if the sunbeams don’t completely cooperate their first week, no loss!  Okay, and I’ll admit…I’m still in holiday mode and this is SUPER easy!!
 
 
Find my lesson plan HERE.
 
I’ll be introducing I Know that My Savior Loves Me the last 2 weeks of January.  Next week will be my 2015 Primary Program Showcase (similar to how I did it last year, found HERE)!  I’ll be using the video flipcharts found HERE that were posted on the Primary Music Leaders Facebook group along with a worksheet for the kids to fill out.  More to come next week!
 

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