This is my tried-and-true ultimate singing time music bag that no primary should be without! It’s perfect for a last minute sub, singing time in nursery, to use during transition time or when your singing time lesson plan isn’t going as you intended ;).
Take it one step further and use this music bag to bring primary music into your home-centered church. My family LOVES using ours during family home evening!
The only thing missing from the photo above are the sunbeam sunshines! They are squeeze balls and ADORABLE! The kids will LOVE holding them!!
And Susan Fitch ROCKS! I’ve been working with her on some custom temple artwork for the bag!! Make sure to check out her website HERE if you are unfamiliar with her work!
I am now selling these regularly in my shop!! You can check them out here:
Here’s how the filled bag looks:
And a peek inside (the wrist bells missionary tags and sunshines are hiding in the middle under all those ribbons)!
I made sure the bag was big enough to tote around your songbook and any other items you may need for singing time, but not too big that you wished you’d left it at home.
If you have any questions about the Music Bag, please don’t hesitate to contact me or to leave a comment! I have a VERY detailed post HERE that may answer several of your questions as well. These are the best starter kit for any primary, nursery and family who want to sing more primary songs!!
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Just was called to this last week. Trying to get organized for when I start in January. Question about the bells. Do you recommend buying just an 8 set of bells or would you suggest bumping it up to 13? We have a pretty big primary. Also. Do you have bell 🔔 sheet music for most of the songs in the children’s songbook? I’m just not sure how often I’d use these. But I do know the kids would Love them!
Thank you for ALL your Help,
I would definitely recommend the 13-note bell set, if not the 20-note set for a big primary. I have more details on what I recommend here if it helps:
I have several bell charts. You can scroll through all my handbell posts here if it helps give you a better idea:
I use them a lot so if you plan on following what I do, I’d definitely recommend getting a set. I hope that helps!