Review for your upcoming primary program with my NEW Come Follow Me Review poster (I wish I could take the credit for this wonderful idea)! Just print and use in primary the weeks leading up to your primary program!
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I just LOVED this idea HERE (and so did TONS of you!) so I created a printable to share – simplifying it for everyone! I really wish I was more of a creative mastermind but I really appreciate everyone’s clever ideas that I can borrow!!
This prints as a 20×30 poster that is perfect for printing as a photo at Costco for $9.99 (I suggest printing it as a LUSTER photo as opposed to glossy).
(do not right-click on this image to save the file to your computer in order to print – this file is too small to print – use the link below!)
If you print at Costco, you’ll need the JPEG file. If you print at another printer, they may prefer the PDF. I also have a print-at-home tiled option. It prints on 9 sheets of paper. I’d recommend printing it on card stock and laminating, then taping it together.
I also have a blank PDF version HERE without the title in case your primary speaks a different language. You can write it in if you need.
The removable fish can be printed at home:
Print the number of pages you need on card stock and cut out. For simplicity’s sake, I left off the names of the songs since there are so many song choices (creating 36 fish seemed daunting so thank you for understanding!). You can just hand-write in the name of your song choices using a sharpie on your favorite fish. There are 16 fish total so if you want 8 fish for Junior and 8 fish for Senior, you have that option. Just write Jr. and Sr. on each fish next to the name of the song so you know which one belongs to which group.
Here are the different levels on the poster:
In the water = needs work: memorize words (try without you singing!), everyone singing
In the net = getting better: dynamics like getting louder and softer when needed, ending together, no stray “S’s,” following the conductor
In the boat = perfect!: standing and sitting together, eyes on you, no wiggles, you get the “chills!”, etc.
Try to time it so all the fish are in the boat the week before your primary program. Then on program day, after the program, hand out goldfish crackers and Swedish fish. You can attach a handout if you like (I’ll have one coming soon!!). Anyone have some clever sayings to go with it? Leave a comment!
If you want more of my program review ideas, I’ve got a Round-Up post HERE.
All my printables are free and can be downloaded from my Resource Library. To gain access to my Resource Library, simply click on the below: