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June 2019 Singing Time Schedule

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I’ve got LOTS of ideas coming for teaching June’s suggested songs, Father’s Day and reviewing all the program songs we’ve learned for the year!
 

See how I use my singing time schedule HERE!  Then download an editable and printable version of the below information HERE or use my June’s 2019 Singing Time Planner found HERE.

I’ve Chosen Did Jesus Really Live Again to learn this month for our program.  That lesson plan is below.  I’ve got a lesson plan for Behold the Great Redeemer Die HERE if it helps.

 

Then if you are teaching Love One Another, you can find my lesson plan HERE.

If you want to see what I’ve taught this year so far, and what I will be teaching for the rest of the year, check out my post HERE.
Here are all my details for June – I’ve got my work cut out for me :):
 
Singing Time Schedule
June 2019
 

June 2nd:
Welcome Song: Our Door is Always Open p. 254
Opening Song: The Books in the New Testament p. 116
Scripture Song: Love One Another p. 136
Lesson Song: Did Jesus Really Live Again? p. 64

Lesson Song Details:  Find my lesson plan HERE.

 

June 9th:
Welcome Song: Our Door is Always Open p. 254
Opening Song: The Books in the New Testament p. 116
Scripture Song: Behold the Great Redeemer Die hymn 191
Lesson Song:  I Know My Father Lives p. 5

Lesson Song Details:  This song is actually one of July’s suggested songs so I thought we’d go ahead with learning it this month and singing it in sacrament meeting for Father’s Day.  Find my lesson plan HERE.  We’ll throw in Daddy’s Homecoming when we sing in sacrament meeting too, just for fun!

 
 

June 16th: FATHER’S DAY – SING IN SACRAMENT MEETING
Welcome Song: Our Door is Always Open p. 254
Opening Song: The Books in the New Testament p. 116
Scripture Song: Love One Another p. 136
Lesson Song: Daddy’s Homecoming p. 210, Father’s p. 209, My Dad p. 211, A Happy Family p. 198, Quickly I’ll Obey p. 197

Lesson Song Details:  I’ll be using this simple Father’s Day lesson plan HERE.  More details to come!

 
You can find more Father’s Day lesson plan ideas HERE if you like!
 

June 23rd:
Welcome Song: Our Door is Always Open p. 254
Opening Song: The Books in the New Testament p. 116
Scripture Song: Behold the Great Redeemer Die hymn 191
Lesson Song: Did Jesus Really Live Again? p. 64

Lesson Song Details:  Find my lesson plan HERE.

 

June 30th:
Welcome Song: Our Door is Always Open p. 254
Opening Song: The Books in the New Testament p. 116
Scripture Song: Love One Another p. 136
Lesson Song: Jesus Once Was a Little Child p. 55, Baptism p. 100, Tell Me the Stories of Jesus p. 57, I Feel My Savior’s Love p. 74, Keep the Commandments p. 146, Did Jesus Really Live Again? p. 64

Lesson Song Details:  I’ll be reviewing the program songs we’ve learned so far this year with my Primary Flashcards.  Find the activity HERE.

 

OR do something 4th of July themed as that holiday is this week!  Find my 4th of July lesson plans HERE.

 

You can also check out all of my review activities HERE.

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