Mother’s Day Review

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I wanted to take this Sunday, Mother’s Day, and review all of our program songs we’ve learned so far with a Mother’s Day twist.  I wanted something that had some “mom” props that would reveal which song to sing, but that would also relate to an action as we sing the song – great for movement for the kids to get wiggles out at the same time.  

Then I ran across The Primary Pad’s “Mother’s Purse” activity HERE and wouldn’t ya know, she did all the work for me! So, for this Sunday, I’m taking a {Mothers} Day off from planning and totally using this great lesson plan!  Thanks Sheree!!

I did change the screw driver action – since we learned Beautiful Savior using ASL, I wrote “sing using sign with your hands.”  Then I didn’t use the jump rope or the keys (there are 10 tags and I only had 8 verses from our 4 program songs).  On the backside of each tag, I wrote a song and what verse.

 
I’ll be starting Praise to the Man next week.  You can check out my posts when I taught it the last time HERE.  However, I’ve come across SEVERAL fabulous ideas that I think I’ll be incorporating so stay tuned!
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