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Primary Music

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Song Analysis: Form : ABBB Classroom Use: Rhythm : Steady beat; rhythm; ta ta ta-di ta; ta-di ta-di ta-di ta; 2/4 Comparatives : loud/quiet; fast/slow; high/low Game Type: Counting out Subject : nature Grade: Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st

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Music education ideas, activities, games, and songs | Technology tips for the music classroom | Resources for the elementary music room.

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What you are looking at is the BIGGEST free download I have ever posted on my blog. There are 30 different illustrations here. I wanted to do some new characters to use in making assignment cards for children giving talks, prayers and scriptures in primary. Of course I needed to do both boys and girls, as well as represent a variety of ethnicities. So I've got a boy and a girl representing each of 5 ethnicities doing each assignment. There are Black children, White children, Latino children…

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I needed an idea for after program singing time, but I wanted to give the kids a break from the same old songs/learning a new song. I saw the mustache on a plate idea somewhere(the song was hidden under the mustache) but I wanted to change things up a bit. Cue TRIVIA GAME!! I titled the game "I Mustache You A Question". I put together a bunch of questions about primary songs (I have the document of questions I used. I'll add them at the end). A few children at a time came forward (I did 3…

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For sacrament meeting, our primary will be singing Teach Me to Walk in the Light found HERE. The congregation will be joining us on the 2nd and 3rd verses. Since I didn’t teach the 2nd and 3rd verses, I will simply be posting words so the primary can sing along if they are able to read. … Guess the Father Read More »

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Tons of Primary Chorister ideas for teaching music to children in Primary. Singing time for junior and senior primary and even nursery. For teaching in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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For teaching the Father's day song, I made these shirts by folding a piece of 8.5 x 11 paper and the ties out of construction paper. Click here to find the directions. On the back of each shirt was written a phrase of the song. The shirts were taped on the walls/chairs/piano/podium all around the room. I called on a child to choose a shirt (we went in the order of the rainbow) and read the line of the song. I had the visual aids for the song up on the board, all mixed up. Then another child…

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In honor of Father’s Day, I found this “Don’t Wake Dad!” activity HERE that I really liked! You can also check out all of my Father’s Day posts HERE if you like! The activity is meant to be printed professionally as an 11×17 (like at Costco) but I’ve tiled it for you to download below so you can … Don’t Wake Dad! Read More »

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