Singing Time

Make singing time enjoyable for everyone with these fun and engaging ideas. Explore creative ways to incorporate music and singing into your activities and events.
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Let me set the scene. It’s late Saturday night. You’ve had a busy and packed day full of soccer games, bridal showers, whiney kids, family get-to-gether, making dinner, put (forced) kids to bed. Then you think, “Oh man! I have to plan my singing time lesson for tomorrow!!!” What can I do that really quick and easy???? We’ve all been there. We get it. So, here you go: Pick one. We got your back J (((***KEEP IN MIND, THESE ALSO WORK FOR REVIEWING YOUR PROGRAM SONGS!!!!!))) 1- Target Practice…

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Vi Fardig
Elementary Music, Pre K, Humour, Music Games For Kids, Music Activities, Primary Singing Time, Singing Games, Primary Games, Teaching Music

I was in charge of our Primary Singing time at church a few weeks ago and decided to play a simple game of tic-tac-toe to help us practice a song. It was so easy to put together, the kids had fun, and we got a good practice on one of my favorite songs! Supplies: Construction paper in Red and Blue Scissors Tape Chalk Prep Work: Draw an X on a piece of red construction paper. Cut it out and trace 5 more onto more red paper. Draw an O on a piece of blue construction paper and do the same thing…

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Destiny Jenkins
Pre K, Inspiration, Middle School, Primary Singing Time, Singing Lessons For Kids, Primary Songs, Singing Lessons, Activity Days, Church Activities

Structuring your 20 minutes each Sunday to maximize effectiveness. Enthusiastic Greeting 1 minute or less You need to get their attention. Their minds will be all over the place. Greet them with enthusiasm, hook their attention so you can sing! Sing! SING! Wiggle Song (or two!) 3 minutes Maybe they just came from class and are feeling wiggly. Maybe they just came from Sacrament meeting and they just can't sit still. Sing a fun song, or two or three and get the wiggles out. Don't be afraid to…

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Alice-Ann Shaffer
Humour, Singing Games, Singing Lessons, Primary Singing Time, Singing Tips, Singing Time, Primary Songs, Childrens Music, Music Help

5 Easy NO Effort Singing Time Ideas for Kids I’m in charge of singing time for approximately 40 kids ages 3-8 in my church every Sunday. And, because I’m a procrastinator, every Saturday night I’m always looking for easy games to play with the kids to keep them entertained and interested for 20 … Continue reading "5 Easy NO Effort Singing Time Ideas for Kids"

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Melissa Grow
Diy, Primary Singing Time, Primary Games, Primary Songs, Primary Chorister, Activity Days, Primary Music, Primary Teachers, Primary Lessons

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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Cassondra Hazard
Elementary Music, Singing Games, Primary Singing Time, Music Lessons, Primary Songs, Singing Lessons, Singing Time, Music Class, Time Games

I have only done this game with the Senior primary and it was a complete hit! I'm sure it would work for Junior too. So here's our Sing or Dare cans (you better believe I opened up a can of kidney beans and sweet corn on Sunday morning just for this activity, hehehe! :) Inside each can are the sticks that have how we will sing the song (any song works!) OR their dare! Pick a "reverent helper" one at a time and have them decide "sing or dare?" Then they pick a stick out of that can and read…

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Ashley Robertshaw
I am so playing this!!! It should be, "Sing, or Act" or  "Sing or Improvise" OR "Sing or Dance?" OMGG hours of enjoyment at sleepovers! Education, Elementary Music, Primary Chorister, Primary Music, Primary Songs, Teaching Music, Primary Singing Time, Music Activities, Music Classroom

I found this idea online somewhere, but can't find it again now. But here's my version: I made this poster the week we were reviewing Baptism that said "Sing or Dare." The "Sing" cards had a fun way to sing a certain verse of the song we were reviewing. The "Dare" cards had a question or just something silly for the child to do. We ended up singing each verse of the song twice, with lots of fun mixed in! Here's what the cards said: For Junior Primary Dare: Stand on your chair and shout "I…

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Noël Hardman

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