I have TONS of variations for teaching Families Can Be Together Forever. There’s bound to be something you can use depending on your primary’s singing time situation whether it be home centered, virtual or in primary!
- As the children listen, they can color a picture of their family either on a paper you hand out beforehand or on a basic sheet of paper will do. I created this document to use:
You can access my printables at my Resource Library. Instructions for accessing my Resource Library are found at the bottom of this post.
- Listen to the song as many times as it takes for all the children to finish their pictures. Once finished, sing the song again and have a few children show their pictures of their family. Repeat with new children until everyone has had a turn.
- If you like, I have a few questions you can ask in between turns HERE.
Singing time in Primary
If you happen to be back to regular singing time in the primary room, I recommend dividing the primary into sections to draw each of the lines of the song on large sheets of butcher paper. See more details HERE.
To review this song further, my Family Band activity HERE is super fun! If your singing time is virtual, it might be fun to drop off a family band member to each child before singing time.
These printables can also be found in my Resource Library.
Check out this quick tutorial video for accessing the Resource Library:
These printables are filed on my Resource Library page under Song Title > Families Can Be Together Forever. The Family Band printables are filed under Category Title > Family Band.