This is another oldie but goodie Christmas singing time activity that can be done virtually, at home or in actual singing time! And great news, I have MORE Christmas singo sheets! 70 individual singo sheets are now available to download and print from my Resource Library!
Find my original lesson plan HERE with details about how to play.
If your primary is running a home centered version of singing time (like me!), I suggest printing off sheets for all of your primary kids and dropping them off at their homes or have them pick them up after sacrament meeting on Sunday (that’s my plan). Include the calling cards, M&M’s (or something to mark with) and playing instructions. This also makes for a fun gift!!
I created these instructions (the QR code links to my YouTube playlist):
And then I made a one-page version of the calling cards:
The printables are located in my Resource Library. Instructions for accessing my Resource Library are found at the bottom of this post.
My printer has a setting that lets me print 2 copies per page so I printed everything to be on half-size sheet of paper and then cut them in half. That created 2 copies of each singo sheet so I just made sure that no family received the same 2 sheets. On the back side of the singo sheets I printed the instructions, also on half-size. like this:
If that’s not possible for your primary, email everything for families to print off at home. Make sure to include calling cards and playing instructions for singing the songs.
Families can all simply do the activity together!
When a song is sung, they can watch the song using the Sing-Along app or I created a Christmas Singo Playlist in YouTube HERE. The QR code in the instructions I created links to this playlist.
The Christmas Singo activity virtual runs the same as it would in singing time, but you just need to make sure singo sheets get distributed to the kids. Again, drop them off directly or email them so they can print their own. Then run the activity as usual.
I also do have 2 tiled versions of the Singo Cards that you could just easily put up and the primary can divide into 2 groups. This way, there would be no need to distribute anything.
If you have more suggestions for using Christmas Singo virtually or at home, please leave a comment!!
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 Category Title > Christmas > Christmas Singo.