Do you remember learning the sign language to Love One Another when you were in primary? I sure do! And the signs have been coming back to me as I’ve been reviewing this song! It’s amazing how the memory works! I do have a simple variation below that doesn’t use sign language as well.
I took the images from the songbook (found digitally HERE), enlarged them and then added them to a heart like this:
You can either print off 26 copies on red card stock or use it as a pattern to trace around red construction paper. Or, omit the mounting all together – it’s totally optional and may just be more work. If you do go to all the trouble, make sure you laminate to make these durable for years to come :).
You can check out details on what laminator I use HERE.
And since there are so many printables to put on the board, I suggest using magnetic tape! If you want more details on this stuff, check out my post HERE. But magnets or tape will work too!
As an attention getter, I always like to demonstrate the song using sign language (with no images posted) and no singing as the piano plays. It brings in a neat spirit to my lesson! But that requires you that you know it before teaching it in primary!
Teach the Signs
Check out my demonstration video for teaching Love One Another in singing time using this lesson plan:
You can also find this video on my YouTube channel HERE. I’d love it if you’d like and subscribe!
I bought mine from Amazon HERE.
These printables are filed on my Resource Library page under Song Category > Love One Another.