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Reverently, Quietly

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Reverently, Quietly is a simple primary song that you can teach at home, on Zoom or in singing time!  The visuals help convey the meaning of the song wonderfully!

Camille's Primary Ideas: Reverently, Quietly Singing Time Idea

Most of my ideas and visuals for this lesson plan come from the book A Children’s Songbook Companion.  If you aren’t familiar with this book, you should be!  Check out more details HERE.

A Children's Songbook Companion - A great resource for singing time

Listen to the song with your primary with the words posted.  Print the words to Reverently, Quietly HERE.  You can also use the Sing Along app on your phone or the music on the church’s website HERE.

Camille's Primary Ideas: Help children and teacher sing by posting the words in singing time during your lesson plan

Ask them to count all the words that end in “ly” [10]. Have them hold up their fingers to show their answer. Repeat to check answers.  It’s always fun if you’re wrong on purpose and have them correct you ;).

Repeat again, gradually adding the associated image/words on the board, have the children sing the words they see as you point to them:

  • Reverently, Quietly
  • Lovingly
  • Reverently, Quietly
  • Softly Sing
  • Reverently, Quietly
  • Humbly
  • Holy Spirit
Camille's Primary Ideas: Reverently, Quietly Singing Time Idea

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

Ask these optional questions as you hang the corresponding pictures:

  1. What do we do lovingly? [think of thee]
  2. What do we do softly? [sing our melody]
  3. What do we do humbly? [pray]
    (To humbly pray is to be ready to repent and obey Heavenly Father)

Bear testimony that being reverent doesn’t only mean just being quiet. It means being ready to learn more about Heavenly Father. As we are reverent and quiet, we can ask for the Holy Ghost to be with us.

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 > Reverently, Quietly.

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6 thoughts on “Reverently, Quietly”

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      Hi Kelsey!

      Thank you for your kind comments! It’s been really difficult this year with church being canceled. I’m glad to hear you are still here!

      ~Camille

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    I wanted the pictures for Reverently Quietly and I’m not getting access to your library. I’ve been able to get access in the past. What should I do?

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