The Primary Five Singing Time Call Out

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Are you looking for the perfect attention signal to maintain reverence in singing time?  You need to try the Primary five singing time call out!  It’s like magic!

Camille's Primary Ideas: The Primary Five Singing Time Call Out for reverence

If reverence is a trouble spot with your Primary, try a call out!  A new year is also a great time to re-surface the subject of reverence, no matter your Primary’s reverence situation.

What is a call out?

Are you familiar with a call out?  The teacher says something short and the children respond, thus reigning back in their focus?

For instance, in my daughter’s 4th grade class, her teacher calls out, “hey class” and the entire class calls back, “hey what?”  And she now has their attention.

It’s amazing and it totally works!  I came across the Primary 5 on Jolly Jenny’s website when it was available.

I love it so much and created a printable and reproduce it with my own Primary!

Call Out Printable

This is the printable for the Primary 5 call out:

Camille's Primary Ideas: The Primary Five Singing Time Call Out for reverence

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Print on card stock and laminate.

Susan Fitch Reverence Clip Art

The illustrations are from Susan Fitch’s Reverence Posters.

Camille's Primary Ideas: Maintaining Reverence in singing time

How to Use the Primary Five Call Out

When Primary needs to be reigned in or is not being reverent, say “Primary 5!”  Then begin counting to 5.  By the time you get to 5 the children should be reverent again.

The Primary 5 represent the following:

  1. Eyes: all eyes on the speaker
  2. Mouth: all mouths closed
  3. Ears: all ears listening
  4. Feet: all feet together and still
  5. Arms: all arms folded

Show the children the poster and show them what each Primary 5 represent.  Then demonstrate how they should respond when you say, “Primary 5!”

Practice several times by asking the Primary to not be reverent ;).  Then say, “Primary 5!” and start counting.  See how quickly they can get quiet.

What call outs do you use in singing time?

Do you use call outs in singing time?  If so, how do you use them?  Leave a comment with your ideas!

More Singing Time Reverence Ideas

Find more ideas for maintaining reverence in singing time.

Camille's Primary Ideas: Reverence with Adults in Singing Time

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These printables are filed on the Resource Library page under Category Title > Reverence in Primary.

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