The "meat" of the time was spent reviewing "Mother I Love You," since our primary is singing for Mother's Day in Sacrament Meeting. To make it more fun, I brought out my beanbag game that I found at Zurcher's last fall. I've been meaning to add some cute name for the game in colorful letters, but I haven't come up with a primary game name that I'm satisfied with...yet. It doesn't matter to the kids, though....they always love it when I bring it.
For today, I chose the best singers, more reverent, etc. children to try a beanbag toss. If the beanbag landed in a hole, the child got to choose a page from the flip chart and pin it up on the board...anywhere they chose. When all the pages were on the board, the song was pretty scrambled. I let them try to sing it that way...which was pretty funny. The challenge was for the kids to unscramble the pages and get them in the correct order, singing the song from the beginning, and adding the new phrases as they were added correctly.
The flip chart is found on Jolly Jen's posters....
Next month we learn "The Holy Ghost." I'm really excited, because I'm planning on using handbells to teach it! I'll post the handbells arrangement and my teaching ideas later in the week. Hope you'll check back!