Fishing for Phrases song review.  She shared a brief story (involving fishing, apparently) by Elder Jose A. Teixeira from Feb 2010 Friend magazine about listening to the Spirit before teaching The Holy Ghost. Then had kids "go fishing." Each creature was marked for a different phrase in the song to sing.

Fishing for Phrases song review. She shared a brief story (involving fishing, apparently) by Elder Jose A. Teixeira from Feb 2010 Friend magazine about listening to the Spirit before teaching The Holy Ghost. Then had kids "go fishing." Each creature was marked for a different phrase in the song to sing.

Tissue PUNCH Game for Kids.  This would be fun for music time as Primary Chorister.  Can reuse this game over and over.

Tissue PUNCH Game for Kids. This would be fun for music time as Primary Chorister. Can reuse this game over and over.

Hit Or Miss Game... http://primarysingingtimeideas.blogspot.com/2009/05/hit-or-miss-game.html

Hit Or Miss Game... http://primarysingingtimeideas.blogspot.com/2009/05/hit-or-miss-game.html

Review Idea: Only kids with....blue eyes....or wearing green....or with a pet cat.... will sing while you hold up the stick (or they will turn in a circle and sit down when you sing a specific word or.... or....)

Review Idea: Only kids with....blue eyes....or wearing green....or with a pet cat.... will sing while you hold up the stick (or they will turn in a circle and sit down when you sing a specific word or.... or....)

Singing time scramble. For older primary, kids pick a number and try to rearrange the letters to make a primary song and then sing it. They could even have a go conducting. Could do it in teams, if you get it by yourself you get 3 points if you need teams help get 1 point.

Singing time scramble. For older primary, kids pick a number and try to rearrange the letters to make a primary song and then sing it. They could even have a go conducting. Could do it in teams, if you get it by yourself you get 3 points if you need teams help get 1 point.

Review Idea by Kristyn Erickson:  I made 8 Mr. Potato Heads, one for each song, and enough "face pieces" to outfit each of them. Then the kids "earned" each piece by singing the songs well. They earned eyes by watching me stand and seat them and by watching me during the songs / not visiting with neighbors. They earned noses by getting the words "right on the nose". They earned mouths by singing in their best voices. They earned ears by singing loudly but not shouting.

Review Idea by Kristyn Erickson: I made 8 Mr. Potato Heads, one for each song, and enough "face pieces" to outfit each of them. Then the kids "earned" each piece by singing the songs well. They earned eyes by watching me stand and seat them and by watching me during the songs / not visiting with neighbors. They earned noses by getting the words "right on the nose". They earned mouths by singing in their best voices. They earned ears by singing loudly but not shouting.

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