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ACTIVITIES:


 Click here for Nursery Activity Ideas

ARTICLES:

A Call to the Nursery
My Turn in the Nursery
The Loveliest Job in the Ward

ATTENDANCE FORMS:

 Attendance Rolls (editable for any organization) by Melanie Day

BIRTHDAY IDEAS:

 Click here for Birthday Ideas
 Mini-Lesson: Happy Birthday

CHECK-IN IDEAS:

 Apple Tree Check-In by Lorri Kearns
 Birds in a Tree by Wendy Richards
 Bumblebees and Ladybugs by Alma Lavis
 Busy Bee Check-In Poster by Nicole Stapley
Check-In by Becke McDaniel
For nursery check-in, we made a large tree and covered it with contact paper to protect it. We the took a picture of each child, cut out just their head to fit on some apples that were purchased at Staples stationary store. We also made some leaves and put their names on them. Then the apples and leaves were laminated. On the backs we placed Velcro that has adhesive on the back, on the backs of the leaves and apples, the other half on the tree. The leaves are left on the tree and when the children come to Nursery each week they find their apple with their picture on it and put it by their name. This helps the children recognize their own names and it helps the nursery leaders put a face to a name, especially when the leaders change.  (Idea shared by Marci Smith in Edmonton, A.B. Canada / ga08132007)
 Jungle Nursery Check-In Poster by Nicole Stapley
Organized Check In and Out by Yesika Piquet
 There you are! by Sandy Mangani
Welcoming Children each week by Linda Vaughn

CHECK-OUT IDEAS:

 Looking for their stars! by Kimi

CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS:

 My daughter's Nursery Leader had a great gift idea.  She found cheap small pocket size photo books (with about 15 pages) and wrote the children's names on the outside of them and wrote "Sacrament Book" on it.  Then in the photo pages she put different pictures of Christ inside and also pictures of bread, water, sacrament trays.  My daughter is now 4-1/2 and she still enjoys looking at it while the sacrament is being passed. (Idea from Primary Page)
 When I was in Nursery, I had about 15 children.  I used popcicle sticks to make a crib, 5 sticks for each side glued together side by side, glue criss cross sticks to the front and back to make the legs.  Use clothes line pins for the babe and draw eyes and mouth, wrap the clothes pin in felt or any other material you choose for the swaddling.  I used hay inside to accent and hot glued, the babe and hay inside the crib.  (Idea from Primary Page)

COLORING PAGES:

 Coloring Pages indexed by the church
 LDS Coloring Pages - Matia has indexed all of the coloring pages from the Friend Magazine... check it out!

CRAFT IDEAS:  These crafts can be done with any lesson...simply adapt to theme.  TIP - Are you getting rid of some of your old T-shirts?  Pull them out of your donation pile and take them to church.  That way when you want to do an activity that might be a little messier, you can throw a t-shirt over the children.

Applesauce Cinnamon Dough
Girl Bag PuppetBoy Bag Puppet (from Christy's Clipart)
 Have your children glue tissue paper cut outs onto wax paper.  You can cut the wax paper into different shapes.  If your lesson is on animals, cut out wax paper into an animal shape, if it's on hands, cut into shape of hand, etc.
Homemade Slime Recipes 
Mosaic Art
Potato Printing  
 Soap Bubble Art
 Spoon Puppets - Color, cut on dotted lines, and insert spoon.  You could make these spoons characters for any of the nursery stories from manual.
Tips for Stringing Cereal

DOOR SIGNS:

 Lesson Pictures by Laree Ipson
 Nursery Door Signs by Marie Huff
 Nursery Stop Signs by Nicole Stapley
 Stop, drop and roll

GOING ON WALKS:

If your budget allows, Oriental Trading Company sells a fun "Follow The Leader Line Keepers" for when you go on walks.  Jungle Safari Version or Plain Version
Reverence Rope  

GRADUATING TO SUNBEAMS:

I Don't Want To Be Three (Helping Your 3 year old Transition into Sunbeams) - I gave this story to each child graduating into Sunbeams.  I asked the parents to take time during the week to read it to their child.
I'm going to Primary - Melissa Dillon thought it would be cute to give to the children who are “graduating” from Nursery this week.  It's taken from the January 1999 Friend Magazine.
Nursery Graduation Idea by Sara Roylance
Nursery Graduation Certificate by Amy Busch
Nursery Graduation Program - Held the last Sunday of the year, 20 minutes before church gets out. by Diane Tamariki
 Sunbeam Shirts by Shauna H. Hostetler

HANDOUT ORGANIZERS and SYSTEMS:

Cute Idea on Handouts by Anita Nunnery 
Handout Idea by Linda Vaughn  
Magnetic Clothespins - These worked great, but your magnets have to be really strong.  I hot glued a magnet to the back of a clothespin.  Once it dried, I wrote the childs name on a clothspin and glued a small scrapbook flower to the pin.  Each clothespin was painted a different color, so each child would know their own color and those who can read would have the name to go by.  When they finished coloring their paper, the child would place it on their pin and put it on the board.  Instead of writing their name, you could place a small photo of each child on their pin, that way they could recognize their own without any help.  (Melanie Day)

HOLIDAYS and/or SPECIAL OCCASIONS:

Sometimes as leaders we like to do a little extra "something" around the holidays and special occasions.  That doesn't mean the whole two hours is dedicated to a holiday theme...just a little extra fun.   Whether it is a handout or small activity, here are some ideas centered around holiday themes... If you'd like to add some ideas, e-mail them to me.

Birthday Ideas
Christmas
Easter
Father's Day
Halloween
Independence Day
Mother's Day
Other Nursery Ideas
Pioneer Day
St. Patrick's Day
Thanksgiving
Valentine's Day

ILLNESS/SICK POSTERS AND FILES:

Bug Free Flyer for Nursery by Brandie Paterakis
 Bug Free Nursery by Rachelle Cottle
 No bugs allowed by Nicole Stapley

LESSON HELPS:

 Behold Your Little One Manual Lesson Helps

LESSON HELPS, OTHER:

 Children's Scriptures - GREAT idea!

LESSON SCHEDULES:

Nursery Lesson Schedule by Liz Zentner

MUSIC IDEAS:

I am a child of God Visuals - I drew these visual aids for my Nursery class so I could teach them this song a little easier.  Color, cut and mount pictures on popsicle sticks.  Click here for pdf file of visuals.
Jingle Bell Wreaths by AnJanette Broderick - (You could use any color pipe cleaner and do this year round)
Miracle Spray - We adapted this idea using lemonade and it was a big hit!
Music Ideas for Nursery
Music Match - Match cards and then sing the song
Nursery Singing Time Ideas by Renee Skidmore
Nursery Song Book by Rebekah Mickelson 
Nursery Song Sheet from Primary-To-Go - Just scroll down to "Nursery Song Sheet" (near bottom) and click on pdf file and print!
Obedient Bees by Alana Lee
Our children LOVE music time! The music teacher has prepared a small squirt bottle of water to use during the Rain Is Falling All Around song in the Primary Nursery Songbook. As we sing the song, she lightly mists the children with the water from the squirt bottle and they absolutely LOVE it! (Idea by Brenda Schultz / ga04272007)
Pick-a-pocket by Valerie Lee
 Rainbow Wands by Debbie Loveland
 Singing Balls by Shayleen Lunt
 The Singing Button by Lee Slichter
 Windwand Movement Cards by Jennifer West

NEWSLETTERS: 

Nursery Newsletter - This is one of my newsletters from Nursery.  It is not the easiest template to use, but maybe it could help someone else.  [Front] and [Back]  
Here are several templates you can download and use to create a newsletter.

OTHER 

 Bingo Games
Crying Babies? What do you do?
In our Nursery, I felt we should divide up the workers in the two hours of Nursery. We have a Nursery leader there both hours, but the other two workers are only there an hour (two the first hour, two the second) So, 5 leaders total. This has worked wonderfully because we can call Elders or older sisters the first hour and they can still go to Relief Society and Elders/high priest Quorum. Then, Sunday school people are available the last hour. It has made the list of people that we can prayerfully choose from twice as long. I also try to be careful about how long they are in Nursery (especially older sisters--for health reasons, and burn out.). This same tactic (knowing who's available EACH hour, instead of each Sunday) has made our substitute list about four times as long. (Idea by Kendra Embleton)
Letter to Parents by Amy Busch / ga01152008
Magnetic Clothespins - Put handouts/papers on the chalkboard using magnetic clothespins.
 Nursery Baby Shower
Nursery Lesson Planner   
 Nursery Notes by Loralee Kurzius
Nursery Registration by Diane Tamariki
 Nursery Poster by Nicole Stapley
Nursery Teacher Responsibilities shared by Mari Joyce / ga12192007 
Outdated Toys - I have seen requests for toys in the Ward Bulletin before. I made requests for old or mismatched measuring cups and spoons in our "Nursery Newsletter".  As a nursery leader though I would suggest making requests VERY specific. If you just ask for "toys," you'll get every old Happy Meal toy from the past five years! and nothing that's actually useful.  You also might want to be careful with wording. Ask for gently used blocks from families with grown children. Don't make anyone feel that they have to go out and buy something to donate.  Right before Christmas is a great time to remind families to clean house before new stuff arrives. (Nae)
 Personalized Magic Carpets by Heather Loverde
Preparation for Primary from June 1995 Ensign - Things parents can do to help their children transition better into Sunbeams.
Primary Manual Pictures by Leona Strom
Q-Cards - Helping you stay organized to give your lesson  
Recipes for Playdough
Something I've done to quiet things down (like when you're ready to start the lesson and the children are still wiggly and restless) was to turn out the lights and have a rainstorm.  First have everyone rub their hands together, click fingers softly, clap your hands together softly a few times (for light rain), pat legs with hands, then stomp feet softly.  Then you do everything listed in the reverse order (until the storm has ended).  
 Sunbeams - My collection of Sunbeam Ideas
The purpose of Nursery
Use a carpet squares for each child to sit on when it's story, lesson or singing time.  I got several from the carpet stores for real cheap when I told them it was for a non-profit organization.
VIP Day - This is something my children's preschool does and could carry over well to Nursery.  Provide a calendar for the year with certain Sunday's blocked off for General, Ward and Stake Conference.  Then post the calendar and ask that each parent sign their child up for a VIP Day.  On their special day, they bring a brown paper sack that has five or six items that describe that child and their interests (favorite stuffed animal, picture they colored, etc.)  Then, on their VIP day, they are asked to bring their child's favorite snack to share with everyone (allergy issues should be addressed upfront so their are no problems on VIP days).  That child is also your helper throughout their VIP day...for example, during the lesson, they are the first to hold a picture or assist you, they get to say the prayer for snack and get the first bite : ), they are basically your helper that day.  Then when you are spotlighting them using their items, they get to come up and talk about each one. 
 We do not currently have a Nursery (sign) by Melanie Day
We have a large group of Nursery children and we have a hard time getting anyone to sit for our lessons and we have a harder time getting our ideas across.  So my co-leader and I talked the Primary President into letting us use an empty room for our lessons, and now we divide our children into groups and bring them into the other (very empty) room for our lesson!  We hang pictures up low on the wall and pretend that we're walking through a "museum"- discussing each picture as it pertains to the lesson.  Then we sit on the floor and do our activities and the rest of our lesson.   The children LOVE it and its different enough to totally keep their interest.  Helps that there are no outside distractions!  It works much better with our older crowd than our younger crowd, but we're hoping that it helps prepare our older children for Sunbeams next year! (Idea by Vickie Kelly)

PLACEMATS: 

 Click here for Nursery Placemats

POEMS:

I shared with them the poem "What If" it is from the Friend. I printed off a small mouse and gave them it to put in their pocket.  I brought tape for those who did not have a pocket.  They sat so still so that their mice could see and hear. (Idea by Nicole Richins / ga11152007)
I told the story of Chris-hopper from the Friend.  It talks about him deciding that on Sunday his feet could be like a turtle.  I printed off little turtles and taped them to their shoes to remind them to walk reverently.  (Idea by Nicole Richins / ga11152007)
 Nursery Poem for flu season by Whitney McBride
To a Nursery Teacher by Leslie Ethington   

PRODUCTS YOU CAN BUY:

 Parachute (6 ft)

QUOTES: 

Quick Quotes

SAMPLE SCHEDULES: 

Schedule #1
Schedule shared by Mari Joyce / ga12192007

SNACK IDEAS:  (This is a section that lists ideas for a fun and different snack every now and then - just make sure there aren't any allergies first.  Most of the suggestions listed below are taken from the Friend Magazine.  Click here for other snack ideas.)

"Provide a healthy snack that is easy to manage.  Ask parents if there are any foods they do not want their children to eat.  Help the children wash their hands and ask a blessing on the food before they eat.  Money for snacks should come from the Primary budget."  (Taken from "Behold Your Little Ones: Nursery Manual", pg. 1, printed in 2008 as a supplement to the Primary 1 Manual).

Cheesecake Grahams
Pudding Cones
Yummy Igloo

STORIES:

The Sunbeam from January 1994 Friend
Train Up A Child - The article is mostly focused on what parents should be doing, but it can definitely be applied to primary/nursery too. The section "A Window of Time" is the part I thought would apply the most.
What can I do to help my child entering the Primary nursery have a positive experience?

TAKING ROLL:

 We take "roll" during snack time and sort of make a game out of figuring out who's here. I call the name, and the children point to the person, and they raise their hand. I read the name whether or not that person is in class, and if I know why they aren't there, then I explain. "Seth isn't here today because he has a tummy ache," or "Aidan isn't here because his family went camping."  Then we count how many we have in class. It takes maybe 3 minutes and they are eating snacks while I do it. It has helped them learn each other's names, and you should see their faces light up when their name is said. They love it when they know their friends know their names! (by Michelle Foote)

WEBSITES: 

Nursery Blog

WELCOMING NEW CHILDREN TO NURSERY:

 Welcome to Nursery Letter by Kortney Keisel
 Welcome to Nursery....a home visit by Debbie Loveland
Welcome to Nursery! - You've been called to Nursery...now what?  What makes a successful Nursery?  Here are some ideas.  
Welcome to Nursery! - shared by Mari Joyce / ga12192007 

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Comments (35)
  • Tammi Miller

    We are having some troubles with a biter and some bullying in nursery. Any suggestions?

  • vica

    We use a "CTR rug"in our Nursery...it's working well. We sit the child down and talk to him/her/them about making better choices...

  • Anonymous

    I am in the Junior nursery. I have no official helper. I have not had one for about two months now. My husband helps out when he can but he has his own calling. What do I do?

  • Anonymous

    Approach the parents! Let them know that it is a concern and that one of the parents have to stay until the bitting STOPS. This way, youre not fully responsible for that one being, because you are responsible for the whole of nursery. Be stern and firm, youre being honest in your dealing and this should not be put on any nursery leader.

  • Anonymous

    any suggestions on how to keep sneaky kids from going AWOL? i have two that can open doors by themselves, and almost ended up in the parking lot. we've found pressure mounted gates don't work if you want to close the doors.

  • Anonymous

    does anyone know what lesson in nursery we are on this week? please email me at stephanie.harrison.mhbf@statefarm.com thank you!!!

  • Rebecca Poipoi
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    I am in the Junior nursery. I have no official helper. I have not had one for about two months now. My husband helps out when he can but he has his own calling. What do I do?



    If you have told your primary president of your concern, and she has been unable to find you an assistant, one idea that has worked in the past for me, is a volunteer roster. I had it passed around the Relief Society and sisters take turns helping in the nursery. Of course it is better to have a permanent assistant, but it is not always possible, especially in small wards or branches. Otherwise you could have a roster of the nursery parents. Usually people understand that you have to have two people so that children can be taken to their parents for toileting and tears.. Good luck!

  • Missy
    Quote:
    any suggestions on how to keep sneaky kids from going AWOL? i have two that can open doors by themselves, and almost ended up in the parking lot. we've found pressure mounted gates don't work if you want to close the doors.



    We have the same issue and took it to the bishop! We are getting a two sided deadbolt put on a doors.

  • Chanieca Moss

    I just got called to the 2nd counselor in the primary, I am in charge of nursery. I was wondering if there is a list of what the nursery cordinator is suppose to do, and where I could find it? If not does anybody know the responsibilities of the nursery cordinator? thanks!

  • Becky

    We've got a lot of children in a very small room. Parents are wanting to bring in their 16 month old kiddos, and stay with them. Our primary president has asked that I make a sign for the door so that parents know to wait until their child is 18 months to bring them. Any suggestions?

  • Kim McLaws
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    We've got a lot of children in a very small room. Parents are wanting to bring in their 16 month old kiddos, and stay with them. Our primary president has asked that I make a sign for the door so that parents know to wait until their child is 18 months to bring them. Any suggestions?



    Becky,
    I am sorry that you are in the same situation as we are. We have 5 nurseries and at least 10 kids in each class. We just kindly but simply put the rule out that their young child could not attend until 2 weeks before their 18 month date. Once they know it is for everyone, they have backed off and followed the rule. Good luck!

  • Keesha

    I would really love to see the Nursery Teacher Responsibilities by Mari Joyce, but the link seems to be broken. Is there any way to get this fixed? Thanks!

  • Melissa
    Quote:
    Quote:
    any suggestions on how to keep sneaky kids from going AWOL? i have two that can open doors by themselves, and almost ended up in the parking lot. we've found pressure mounted gates don't work if you want to close the doors.


    We have the same issue and took it to the bishop! We are getting a two sided deadbolt put on a doors.



    We bought the plastic knobs that fit over the door handles (round ones) that are child proof - adults can grasp around them to open, but not the kids!

  • Kathy Medlar

    Looking for the Story, " I Don't Want o Be Three." Can someone tell me how to find it?
    Thanks,
    KAthy

  • Kathy Medlar

    CAN SOMEONE TELL ME HOW TO FIND THE STORY, " I DON'T WANT TO BE THREE?"
    THANK-YOU!
    KATHY

  • megan
    Quote:
    CAN SOMEONE TELL ME HOW TO FIND THE STORY, " I DON'T WANT TO BE THREE?"
    THANK-YOU!
    KATHY



    There is a link right under "Graduating to Sunbeams" (see above) to that story.

  • Kary

    We have a child who kicks others. This child also does not listen and will throw things and climb on furniture. Also, we have a crier that parents have requested for him to "cry it out". I agree with parents, he is getting so used to crying, and having his way and getting mom. Any ideas for behavior charts and incentives?

  • Carly

    I'm always so grateful to all those who take the time to share their ideas here. I have used so many to make my lessons that much more interesting.
    I have recently been called as our ward nursery leader and I am loving it! As a means of sharing what we do each week with our parents I have started a blog about the activities we do to support our lesson and singing time. Feel free to drop by and have a read and share your ideas! http://albanynursery.blogspot.com/
    From Albany Ward, Harbour Stake, Auckland, New Zealand!

  • C.L.HEW

    I hate to be a bother, but I was just called to co-leader of our nursery because "Grandma" is 80 years old and cant do it alone, anyways I drag on... People have been coming in to the nursery like its a hang out and we even have a parent that wont leave and take over the lesson when you are giving it, do you think that it would be appropriate if I put a sign on the out side of the door saying: The children are learning just like you so be an example and go to class too.

  • Kiera Threadgill
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    We have a child who kicks others. This child also does not listen and will throw things and climb on furniture. Also, we have a crier that parents have requested for him to "cry it out". I agree with parents, he is getting so used to crying, and having his way and getting mom. Any ideas for behavior charts and incentives?


    I also had a screaming child. What worked best for me was a small bag of fruit snacks and meeting the child before sacrament meeting "if you stay happy today in nursery I'll have a surprise for you! Do you want to know what it is?" I then give the child one fruit snack and say "you will get the rest if you stay happy today." When they come to nursery I remind them & it seems to pretty work. When parents know they help encourage their kid & its a happy day when the child makes it through without crying. Another child I had to bribe with potty breaks with older kids, she really just wanted a change of sc...

  • Kiera Threadgill
    Quote:
    I hate to be a bother, but I was just called to co-leader of our nursery because "Grandma" is 80 years old and cant do it alone, anyways I drag on... People have been coming in to the nursery like its a hang out and we even have a parent that wont leave and take over the lesson when you are giving it, do you think that it would be appropriate if I put a sign on the out side of the door saying: The children are learning just like you so be an example and go to cl[censored] too.


    When the other leaders were gone for 6 weeks I had the parents take turns for one hour, that helped with a longer list of helpers. As for the hang out crowd I had the same problem. The quote is a GREAT idea and I highly recomend it, let the Primary Pres know what you're doing and have them back you up. If it's a persnickity parent hand it over to the Pres. Or even the Bishop if necessary.

  • TLenox

    Does that "CTR" rug say CTR on it?

  • nancy harlow

    I had always felt bad about doing "ring around the rosy" because of it's meaning so I made up a different way....maybe some of you would like it?

    I am a child of God, Oh what a wonderful sound,
    He loves me, He helps me, even when I fall down

    :)

  • starkidz

    I'm looking for a pioneer story from the friend that would be appropriate for nursery age children to use on Sunday for my lesson. Any suggestions???

  • Guest

    I need help with transitions from one activity to the next. I am not good at transitioning at all.

  • Bree  - Nursury Spotlight

    Hi all! I would like to have some 8.5x11ish posters of each child with their name 4x6 photo and "I am a Child of God" theme with a photo of the Savior. Any ideas of templates I can follow...I'm SO NOT the most creative person in the world :) thanks!

  • Katie  - Nut free sign

    We just found out that my little boy has a severe allergy to nuts. He is starting in nursery this week and I am in the Primary Presidency and want to put up a sign on the nursery doors. Does anyone have a cute sign for something like this? I found some on websites, but was hoping there was one more tailored for nursery. Thanks in advance. katiecupcake1@gmail.com

  • Sandy Starcher  - Helps for Parents in the Nursery

    I'm having problems with a couple of parents not wanting to wean their child away from them when bringing them to nursery. They want to stay in the room with the child the whole time. When the parent leaves, of course the child crys. Taking the child out or having parents come in only makes things worst. I have ask the parents to help wean away alittle at a time, but they are refusing to do that. Is this a problem I need to ask the bishop or couselor over primary? The parents don't seem to trust me as the nursery leader to help with their child.

  • Sandy Starcher  - Parents that want to stay in the nursery

    I have two parents that want to stay in the nursery with their child the whole time. I have asked to wean themselves away alittle at a time, but they don't want to leave. When they do leave, the child crys and I can't take the child out to them or have them come in because that only makes the problem worst. They refuse to wean themselves away. Is this a problem I need to talk to the bishop or counselor in primary?

  • Lisa King

    when I was called to the nursery, we had the same problem. Parents would not leave their children alone and it became a distraction. Finally I instituted the "no parents" rule. I know it sounds harsh but the children need to learn how to cope without their parents hovering over them. We had some crying at first but eventually they forgot all about their parents. I think that you have to be upfront with the parents and remind them that you were called to this position by revelation and had hands placed upon your head and have stewardship over the nursery. The children will be better off this way.

  • Kaitlin  - Best order for nursery activities

    I will be taking over as the Nursery leader soon (currently I am the assistant) and I am wondering if anyone has found an order to activities that works best. For example- we currently start with playdough, then open the toy cabinet. The children play with toys until the primary chorister comes in to sing songs. We then switch to snack, sometimes go for a walk, do lesson, then let the children color. I feel like the children aren't able to concentrate on the lesson with it being near the end of nursery. Has anyone had success with a different layout?

  • Andrea

    I know this is three months later, but other people might have the same question. We start off with puzzles and once everyone calms down, we gather on the floor for our lesson and then do our coloring activity. After that is toys, snack, and then music. I have found that the kid's behavior is better by doing it this way. We have 1:00 church and most of the kids are way too tired by the end of nursery.

  • Robin

    I start with the lesson first. I try to have the chairs sitting in a circle when the children arrive. Next, we go into the coloring activity. By the time the children are finished coloring, the music leader has arrived to do music. Our next activity is snack. After snack is playtime when the children are allowed to get into the toy cupboard. We clean-up and then while we are waiting for parents to pick up children, we blow bubbles. The incentive of bubbles entices the children to help clean-up. It also gives up something to do while we wait.

  • Sarah  - Unreasonable parents?

    Okay, so I have been in Nursery for over two years now and am currently at a loss for how to deal with a parent who is very difficult. Is there a polite way of saying that you don't have to bring your child to nursery if you do not like the program? We follow the handbook and have a fantastic program. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

  • KalyCourt  - On The Spot Music Sheet

    Sometimes it can be hard (as adults) to jog our memory for songs to sing when we're put on the spot - say if the music leader isn't coming that day. So I made up this little Help Sheet to hang up in the Nursery.

    Here are 4 versions I made. Most of the songs are from the Primary Music book, but there are a few extra fun songs we like.

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