Jesus Has Risen Singing Time Ideas

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Check out these singing time ideas for teaching the Primary song, Jesus Has Risen. My favorite is using pictures of Christ with an egg hunt.  But whatever you choose, these Jesus Has Risen singing time ideas are bound to accommodate your Primary’s learning style and needs!

Camille's Primary Ideas: Jesus Has Risen Singing Time Ideas

1. Pictures of Christ

Teach Jesus Has Risen in singing time using various pictures of Christ with an optional Christ-centered egg hunt.

Camille's Primary Ideas: Jesus Has Risen singing time ideas using picture of Christ

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2. Jesus Has Risen Coloring Page

Or check out this Jesus Has Risen coloring page that children can color and answer the questions as they listen to the song.

Camille's Primary Ideas: Jesus Has Risen Home Centered, Virtual or Live Singing Time Ideas

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3. A Children's Songbook Companion

A Children’s Songbook Companion contains a singing time lesson plan for every single song in the Children’s Songbook including Jesus Has Risen

Camille's Primary Ideas: Jesus Has Risen Singing Time Ideas

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4. Teach Jesus Has Risen with Handbells

2 handbell charts are available for Jesus Has Risen.  Find more details for using handbells in singing time.

One chart plays only the introduction and the ending.  It starts with the bells on the introduction.  Notice that it has 2 notes that play together, then a single note.  Then the ending has all chords so each row or box is played together.

Camille's Primary Ideas: Jesus Has Risen singing time ideas using handbells and Easter eggs

The other chart plays the chords throughout the entire song:

Camille's Primary Ideas: Jesus Has Risen Primary Singing Time Ideas handbell chart

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Merry Bells

Or another handbell option for Jesus Has Risen is Merry Bells.  There are several options for Merry Bells bell charts:

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5. Simplified ASL for Jesus Has Risen

ASL is always a great option as well!  Lauren has great simplified ASL video for teaching Jesus Has Risen.

Then make sure to check out more helpful tips for teaching sign language in singing time!

Jesus Has Risen Primary Song History

This information comes from Stories from The Children’s Songbook by Sister Pat Graham.

The composer, Thelma J. Ryser, a former member of the Primary General Board says, “My desire in composing this Easter song was to impress the children that Jesus, though he lives In heaven, is our friend, loves us, and hears and answers our prayers.”

“Jesus Has Risen” was originally published in The Children’s Friend in March of 1959. The introduction had been composed as 4/4, but was changed to help establish the 3/4-meter. The last note of the introduction had been C but was moved to A, which gives the pitch. Sister Ryser was a member of the Utah Federation of Music Clubs, Mu Phi Epsilon, Opera Appreciation Club, and the Art Barn. She played the organ for Larkin Mortuary for over forty years.

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How will you teach Jesus Has Risen in singing time?  Leave a comment with your suggestions!

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