Relate the values taught in the primary song, I Will Be Valiant by comparing them to road signs! Tying the intangible to the tangible always helps children grasp more difficult concepts. PLUS lots of other I Will Be Valiant singing time ideas are linked below!
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Several years ago, The Friend had an idea that compared being valiant to road signs. With a few tweaks, I turned that comparison into a singing time lesson plan complete with steering wheels (aka: paper plates). Check out more details to that post HERE.
Valiant Super Hero
If actions are more your speed, Shannon came up with these SUPER (see what I did there??) awesome actions that she shared HERE on the PML FB page! This is a picture of her in action below:
If you want to teach simple actions, try it out! And feel free to dress up yourself along with a few kiddos for an added effect! Check out these super hero masks here (Amazon affiliate link):
Take the actions one step further and teach simplified ASL! Holly shared her videos that include an explanation of the signs and then just the signs. Check them out here:
Primary Singing always has several methods for teaching primary songs. And I Will Be Valiant is no different! Scroll through those various posts HERE.
Also find a few more ideas HERE.
How are you teaching I Will Be Valiant in singing time? Did you find something here that you used or did you come up with something completely on your own? Leave a comment with your ideas!!
Then make sure to scroll through all of my 2022 Music for Singing Time posts HERE.