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I Will Be Valiant

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My May 2020 singing time plans include teaching the song I Will Be Valiant.  I was browsing through the May 2020 Friend online and found a simple way to implement this song that follows closely with next week’s Come Follow Me topic as well!

Camille's Primary Ideas: I Will Be Valiant singing time idea

I absolutely LOVE the various family night activities in the Friend that coincide with Come Follow Me!  And I even love it more that I can double it up as my home centered singing time lesson plan for this Sunday!!

Find My Family Night Fun from the May 2020 Friend HERE.

Camille's Primary Ideas: I Will Be Valiant singing time idea from the Friend

Sing-Along Video

To cater this lesson plan to be more home centered, I suggest watching and singing along to the the sing-along video here:

Then the lesson then suggests to:

print or draw some road signs that help you stay safe like stop signs, speed limits, and other warnings.

Road Signs

I’ve got some road signs here that I created for a previous singing time activity (bonus points if you can tell me which one – haha).  I just slightly altered them to cater to this activity:

Camille's Primary Ideas: I Will Be Valiant singing time idea from the Friend
Camille's Primary Ideas: I Will Be Valiant singing time idea from the Friend
Camille's Primary Ideas: I Will Be Valiant singing time idea from the Friend

You can access my printables at my Resource Library.  Instructions for accessing my Resource Library are found at the bottom of this post.

Print and cut them out prior to starting your lesson.

If you notice, I added a musical twist!  The road signs have musical terms on them so whatever sign is held up, that is how you sing the song (use the key found on each page to help!).  

The rest of the activity suggests to:

Take turns holding up the signs and having people follow them in pretend cars! What would driving be like without those signs?

You can also ask what singing would be like without the musical signs!

Repeat with various signs, while singing the song multiple times.  Use the sing-along video as needed.

Get Creative (optional)!

If you really want to get creative, cut out and design some steering wheels from cheap paper plates!  And REALLY REALLY creative would be to make some cardboard box cars (I have a limit and my family definitely WON’T go that far!).

The lesson idea from the Friend continues on talking about Abinadi.  He taught about the 10 commandments.  You can discuss how keeping the commandments keeps us safe and happy.

Make sure to check out more of my home centered singing time ideas HERE.

Home Centered Church Supported Singing Time

All my printables are free and can be downloaded from my Resource Library.  Access to my Resource Library is sent to you via email and not linked here.  If you need initial access to my Resource Library or need access sent to you again, click on the button below, fill out your information then check your email.  Instructions for accessing each printable on my Resource Library are below the button.  Check out my email tutorial HERE for more help.

These printables are filed on my Resource Library page under Song Title > I Will Be Valiant

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2 thoughts on “I Will Be Valiant”

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    Julene Ballard

    Hi Camille,
    I have tried to access your library, but have had a lot of problems getting into it. Please help!
    Thanks,
    Julene

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      Hi Julene!

      I’ve emailed you the links. Hopefully you get it. It appears your email provider is considering my emails spam. If you have a gmail email, will you try using that one instead? Sorry for the hassle!

      ~Camille

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