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ACTIVITIES:

alt Conducting Sticks by Ann Marie McKinney 
alt Don't forget the lyrics by Tricia Maestas
alt Memorize the hymns -  Get the young women together and make a game out of learning hymns.  Have memorization games and fun ways to learn the song so they will always remember the words to use them in a hard situation.  Did you know that the church website offers mp3 files that you can download of Hymns, Seminary Music or music published in the Church Magazines?  Click here for more information.  You can have the girls bring their mp3 players if they have them and load the songs on their players for them to listen to.
alt Music Workshop

CLIPART:


alt Boombox
alt DJ's
alt Choir, Black and White
alt Music Notes
alt Pianos and Keyboards

COLORING PAGES:

alt Coloring Pages of different music symbols

FAMILY HOME EVENING LESSONS:

alt I Will Only Listen to Music that is Pleasing to Heavenly Father, September 2007 Friend
alt Music

HANDOUT:

alt Chocolate Candy Bar Wrappers (1), (2), (3)

LESSON HELPS:

alt A Conversation with Mick Jaggar
alt Music: Apples or Onions? April 1984 New Era
alt English Hymnbook Celebrates 20th Anniversary (Some Fun Facts)
alt LDS Church Music Website
alt Mushrooms, Music, Movies, and Magazines, February 1990 New Era
alt Worthy Thoughts - Class worksheet
alt "A New Song," taken from the Spoken Word broadcast on January 31, 2005

MUSIC:

alt Awake and Arise, March 1984, Ensign

OBJECT LESSONS:

alt Object Lesson" Stay in the Light" from MormonShare
alt Resisting Sin - you could relate this object lesson to music

ONLINE VIDEO CLIPS:

alt Charming 90 year old couple playing the piano together
alt Conducting Tips for LDS Choir or Music Leaders

OTHER:

alt Appropriate music for Sacrament Meeting
alt Candy Bar Sayings for Music Awards
alt Giving Classical Music A Chance, October 1997 Ensign
alt LDS ring tones for your cell phone
alt Music Callings and Resources
alt Tons and tons of music lessons plans - a great resource

PRODUCTS FOR PURCHASE:

alt Why Listen to Good Music? 

QUOTES:

alt One Liners
alt Quick Quotes

STORIES:

alt Brownies with a Difference (very good)
alt Singing with Grandpa - March 2001 Friend
alt The Old Master
alt This story is shared by a young woman, Tiffany Wilde, who served as a missionary on Temple Square during the April 2003 General Conference.

VIDEO CLIPS:  Check your church library to see if they have any of these videos...

alt Music Training - This videocassette teaches the basics of conducting and playing hymns. (How to conduct and Organ Fundamentals)

WEBSITES:

alt Nathan Howe
alt Music Links - Midi, MP3, Karaoke & Players






 
Comments (16)
  • Karen Campbell

    I am a brand new primary chorister. Is there some way
    to hear a recording of the new Jan. 2010 song,
    "I Know That The Savior Loves Me?"
    Is there a way to download the music so I can learn this song?

  • Nita Giles

    Our Primary Sacrament Presentation is next Sunday 11/08. We learned My Eternal Family song using actions mostly sign language. The Primary President is saying the children can not use the actions because it is against the General Primary Presidency Policy. Has anyone heard of this?

  • Tammy Chun

    Hi Karen - you can find the mp3 file at http://jenn.jollyjenn.com/?p=156. Enjoy! It's a beautiful song. And enjoy your calling. You're going to LOVE it!

  • Tammy Chun

    Hi Nita - I've never heard of that. We have used sign language for our programs. Perhaps the Primary President can ask the Bishop. However, the Primary President is lovingly guiding the primary so I'd follow her lead!

  • Kristy

    I'm the primary president in my ward and I have NEVER heard of this... We actually did sign language in our program last year and I have seen it done many other times in other wards... I say GO FOR IT :)




    Quote:
    Our Primary Sacrament Presentation is next Sunday 11/08. We learned My Eternal Family song using actions mostly sign language. The Primary President is saying the children can not use the actions because it is against the General Primary Presidency Policy. Has anyone heard of this?
  • Julie

    Nita,
    When I was primary chorister a couple of years ago, the church itself put out a dvd on which many of the songs for the Primary program were done in sign language, making it easy for me to learn and then teach the children. I bought it from the Church Distribution Center. If there's a new rule, I don't know about it. Ask your President if she'd mind showing you the Policy she's referring to. Then you can see if she's misunderstanding something or if there is indeed a new guideline. Good luck! (Our ward did our program last week (11.8.09) and did sign language on one song and a couple of simple actions in a couple of others, with no one telling them it wasn't okay.)

  • Janelle Redford
    Quote:
    I am a brand new primary chorister. Is there some way
    to hear a recording of the new Jan. 2010 song,
    "I Know That The Savior Loves Me?"
    Is there a way to download the music so I can learn this song?


    Hi Karen,
    I am also new to the primary chorister thing, but I found on lds.org a connection to the new song. On the home page go to the serving in the church, then to the primary one, click on the 2010 outline for sharing time, then click on the 2010 music for sharing time and sacrament meeting presentation, the song is in the list that pulls up and you can listen to it on your windows media player. Hope this helps.

  • Anonymous

    Greetings!

    Does anyone have a copy of the story A Crocodile Doesn't Go to Sunday School? I bought it in Salt Lake City at Deseret Book nearly 40 years ago with felt family and animals. Mother reminds her child turning 3 that Sunday will be the big day to begin attending "Sunday School" before the block schedule merged week day Primary and Sunday School together as Primary on Sunday. The mother took her child to the zoo as the child asked why monkeys, alligators (or crocodile not certain), and marmalade lions do not go to Sunday School -- each has a behavior problem so the child learned worshipful behavior for Sunday School. I have the felt figures but lost the story. Can anyone with a copy email it to me? Thanks. :-)

  • Anonymous

    Could we start a page for Primary Singing time geared more towards the 9-12 age range? I am having a hard time finding/thinking up activities for the Senior Primary. I feel like pretty much everything is so geared towards the Juniors. I have bought several books, etc. from Deseret Book and the ideas are just so young. If anyone has any ideas please share them. Thanks so much!

  • Kathleen

    Did you ever find a copy of this story? I have a copy that I saved from the Instructor magazine. My boy gave this story about 30 years ago in Primary. I was googling for the story when I saw your note. Let me know if you still would like a copy. Thanks.

  • Maxynehaskell

    I am looking for the words of Called to serve in Russian. does any one have any ideas where I could find that?

  • Carrie

    I have a copy of the story. Are your still in need of it? E-mail me @jaredandcarrie@gmail.com

    Quote:
    Greetings!

    Does anyone have a copy of the story A Crocodile Doesn't Go to Sunday School? I bought it in Salt Lake City at Deseret Book nearly 40 years ago with felt family and animals. Mother reminds her child turning 3 that Sunday will be the big day to begin attending "Sunday School" before the block schedule merged week day Primary and Sunday School together as Primary on Sunday. The mother took her child to the zoo as the child asked why monkeys, alligators (or crocodile not certain), and marmalade lions do not go to Sunday School -- each has a behavior problem so the child learned worshipful behavior for Sunday School. I have the felt figures but lost the story. Can anyone with a copy email it to me? Thanks. :-)
  • KATHERINE

    HOLA, ES MUY INTERESANTE ESTA PAGINA, ME LA RECOMENDO UNA AMIGA. ME PREGUNTO SI PODRIAN AYUDARME CON LA MUSICA DE LA CANCION NUEVA DE LA PRIMARIA PARA EL 2011 QUE APARECE EN EL BOSQUEJO PARA LA PRESENTACION DE LA PRIMARIA. GRACIAS ;-)

  • JEN
    Quote:
    Could we start a page for Primary Singing time geared more towards the 9-12 age range? I am having a hard time finding/thinking up activities for the Senior Primary. I feel like pretty much everything is so geared towards the Juniors. I have bought several books, etc. from Deseret Book and the ideas are just so young. If anyone has any ideas please share them. Thanks so much!


    This site has come a long way since this comment was made.
    Click on the Primary Music Leader Page (under the Primary Tab) and you will find a link to Primary music review games and Ideas. Click on any link that interests you, or check out the title of specific songs under the Primary Music index.
    Many Music leaders have Sr. Primaries and they have given up on the books that seem too young.

  • Angi Farnsworth

    I am looking for the sheet music to or the author of the song on the 2012 Choose the Right album called, "Meek and Lowly of Heart". I really loved it and wondered if our primary kids could learn it, but I need the music. Does anyone have any info on this? Thanks for any help.

  • AmyE
    Quote:
    I am looking for the sheet music to or the author of the song on the 2012 Choose the Right album called, "Meek and Lowly of Heart". I really loved it and wondered if our primary kids could learn it, but I need the music. Does anyone have any info on this? Thanks for any help.


    I finally found a copy. I purchased and downloaded copy from Deseret Book online and printed it from my computer. Took a bit of searching to find it on their site.

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