Teaching Younger Children in Singing Time

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The church recently released an article about teaching Come Follow Me to younger children.  I thought the material correlated so well to singing time that I wanted to share it!  I see questions all the time about how to teach younger children, especially those who cannot read.
 
“Little children are ready and eager to learn the gospel if it is presented in a way they can understand. If you teach younger children, consider these activities that can help them to learn…”

Read the full article HERE.

 

You can find resources for ALL the Come, Follow Me-For Primary HERE. I’ve also compiled a list of more music and teaching resources from lds.org HERE.

If you have more suggestions, I’d love to hear!
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