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I Feel My Savior’s Love – Review

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This week we’ll be reviewing I Feel My Savior’s Love using the simplified ASL I taught a few weeks ago with a fun twist!  
Find my lesson plan HERE.  I decided to give myself a break and only teach the 1st verse (it’s also a great time to introduce your Mother’s Day song as well if you are singing in sacrament meeting)!  So instead of teaching more verses this week, I’ll be adding scarves to review! They add a fun dynamic to singing time!
I purchased mine from Amazon here:
(this is an affiliate link – I get a small commission if you make a purchase)
 
To review our simplified ASL using the scarves, I’ll usually review the signs with the primary before bringing out the scarves.  Then I bring out the scarves – we just hold them in one hand as we sign.  Then repeat several times using them.  I use scarves quite a bit in singing time so if you are considering getting something for your primary, I HIGHLY recommend these!
 
You can also see what we’ve been working on in April HERE.
 
And what I’ve got planned for May HERE!
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