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Just a Little Something

My daughter recently found a little piece of embroidery I did many years ago. (It’s not much embroidery – the picture is printed on and I just embroidered some accents, like the wings and the flowers.) She liked it. She wanted it. So I framed it and put it in her bedroom.

It makes her happy. And that makes me happy!

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I’m Trying to Be Like Jesus (Review!)

Today was our second week singing I’m Trying to Be Like Jesus! To review, I printed out this flipchart of the song (simple and sweet).

First I scrambled the first verse on the board and had the kids help me put the words in the right order.

Then I added the pictures for the second verse and taught that.

Then we were ready to review both verses! I handed out pictures on a stick – one Jesus, and one boy or girl to each child.

We talked about how this song is all about us (each of us) and Jesus. I told the kids to listen hard and find when it was talking about them (I, I’m, my) and when it was talking about Jesus (Jesus, He, Him). We sang and held up the right stick at the right time. Even Junior Primary was concentrating super hard to make sure they held up the right picture!

I found the art for these on lds.org, and I’ve stuck them together for printing if you want to do this activity. Click on the picture below to open the PDF!

Good luck, and I hope this helps your Primary!

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Love is Spoken Here Flipchart (verse 2 only)

For Father’s Day this year we will be singing a medley of Love is Spoken Here and The Family is of God. Since my primary kids don’t know . . . well . . . either of those songs, I’ve got to teach them the second verse of Love is Spoken Here to begin with.

I’ve put together a flipchart.

I plan to cut the words off the bottoms and have the kids match the words to the pictures to help teach.

Hopefully this is helpful for someone else, too!

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