Friday, June 14, 2013


Time to share my Fathers day plans... 
I asked all of the Daddy Primary teachers what their favorite primary song was and then I wrote them inside of these adorable shirts and ties..

Im giving each DAD a new (old/ugly) tie to wear and asking them to be the judges of each primary song, after each sung is sung in correlation with the card picked, they will give thumbs up or thumbs down....

If the majority is thumbs up, we will get to CUT any of the DADS ties, they are ALL up for grabs and all free for the cutting!! :) 


Friday, May 17, 2013

We Thank Thee oh God for a Prophet

Im so sad to hear about the passing of our sweet Sister Monson today. Ive been learning so much about our dear Prophets life this week in preparation for  Singing time Sunday and BOY, she is his sweetheart! what a wonderful woman!

My thoughts and prayers are with him!

This Sunday we are going to learn all about our Prophet!

Sugardoodle made this easy for me! Thank you! Go HERE and you can click the open game card link to read great stories or see a timeline of important days in his life.

As we learn about his life, we are going to sing songs that correlate! 

I cant take credit for this idea....
Ive had a crazy week myself with an unexpected family death, so I was grateful to run across THIS BLOG
Here a few of her AMAZING ideas: 

President Monson loves birds: In the Leafy Treetops 240
President Monson loves books and learning: Search, Ponder, and Pray 109
Kindness towards others/boy who lost mother: I'll Walk with You 140
Rescued a girl in the river: Give, Said the Little Stream 236
Story of meeting his future father-in-law and learning his relative had helped bring his future wife's family the gospel.  He also served a mission in Canada with his family: I Want to Be a Missionary Now
Sending his wife dried flowers while in the navy: My Heavenly Father Loves Me 228 v. 1
Marriage to Frances Monson: I Love to See the Temple 95
Grandfather giving a house to a man in need; mother feeding the hungry: Jesus said love everyone 61
Family time: Families can be Together Forever 188

Thursday, May 9, 2013


I heard last week, that the Priesthood is coming in to relieve us of Primary duties the last hour... so Ive only got Jr Primary this week.... VERY sad, it was going to be such a fun Sunday!


(Im still working on it myself)
Im calling all the LADY primary leaders (presidency and teachers) ahead of time (just for JR primary since thats Ill doing that day) and asking them several questions about themselves! Im going to put a card with all their answers in separate brown bags and do a SPOTLIGHT for each mom. Have a child come up and pick a bag. The last, MOST IMPORTANT, question is what is your favorite Primary song? Which of course, we'll sing!

Some of the SPOTLIGHT questions you could ask:

Favorite Color:
Favorite Scripture hero:
Favorite icecream:
Favorite Holiday:
How many children do you have:
Least favorite Food:
Something you love about being a mom:

Hope you all have the LOVELIEST Mothers Day!

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Mothers Day~

This week we're getting ready to sing in Sacrament for Mothers Day! We're singing two songs,  "Families Can Be Together Forever" and a Mothers day themed song. BUT, I just realized I only left myself ONE Sunday to learn and practice the Mothers Day song!! Ahhhh!

So, I chose: Mother, I Love You
(and Im crossing my fingers its somewhat familiar)
Luckily, I ran into a great blog and found my flip chart! 

Im going to have a child come up and raise this heart, (glued to a popsicle stick) every time we sing the word "LOVE"! 

....and then these little guys (hearts BELOW) are going to be all around the room, and randomly as we're going through the lines of our song, Im going to have a child grab a heart and tell us something they LOVE about their Mom!

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

We Thank Thee, Oh God, for a Prophet, Week 1

Another wild card month, and our primary has chosen the great hymn, "We Thank Thee, Oh God, for a Prophet" as our song!!

I borrowed an idea I saw online instead of a flipchart, a clever lady blew up a picture of President Monson at the pulpit onto poster board and cut slits in the middle to move a filmstrip through it with images for each line of the song!  

This is my version. I just printed two separate (8.5"x11") images and attached them together. 

After getting comfortable with the first verse, we are going to learn the favorite songs of some of our prophets! (AND OF COURSE, SING THEM!!)

                    (Taken from the CD entitled "Favorite Hymns of the Prophets", by Wade and Wanda Lindstrom) 

Joseph Smith:              "A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief"

Brigham Young:         "Oh, Ye Mountains High"           (according to Heber J. Grant)
                                    "When First the Glorious Light of Truth"   (according to one of his
                                                                                           (in the 1948 and earlier songbooks)
John Taylor:                "A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief"
Wilford Woodruff:     "God Moves in a Mysterious Way"     (according to Heber J. Grant)
Lorenzo Snow:           "For the Strength of the Hills"
                                   "Zion stands with Hills Surrounded"  (He also loved this hymn
                                                                                             according to Heber J. Grant)
Joseph F. Smith:         "I Know that My Redeemer Lives"
Heber J. Grant:           "Come, Come Ye Saints"
George Albert Smith:  "Do What Is Right"
                                      "I Know That My Redeemer Lives"
David O. McKay:        "Love At Home"
                                      "I Know That My Redeemer Lives"
                                      "I Need Thee Every Hour"
                                      "Oh, Say What Is Truth?"
Joseph Fielding Smith:   "The Spirit of God Like a Fire is Burning."
                                         "I Know That My Redeemer Lives."
                                         "Oh, My Father."
Harold B. Lee:                "I Need Thee Every Hour."
                                         "Now Let Us Rejoice."
Spencer W. Kimball:       "I Need Thee Every Hour."
Ezra Taft Benson:           "How Great Thou Art."
                                         "Hark All Ye Nations."
Howard W. Hunter:       Lots of Favorites, but very fond of  "I Need Thee Every Hour."
Gordon B. Hinckley:     Does not have  a  favorite, but he particularly enjoys:
                                       "Praise to the Man."
                                       "Joseph Smith's First Prayer."
                                       "The Morning Breaks"
                                       "The Spirit of God Like a Fire is Burning"
                                       "Redeemer of Israel"
                                       "Sweet is the Work"
                                       "I Need Thee Every Hour"
                                       "God Moves in a Mysterious Way"
                                       "Abide With Me"
                                       "Lead Kindly Light"

  Thomas S. Monson:     "I Stand All Amazed"  

Saturday, April 13, 2013

The Church of Jesus Christ ~Week 3

I am going to bring pictures of a few of the things that make our church special and different than any other church on earth!

(And then let the kids pick a picture and sing the song that goes with it....)

A living Prophet: Latter-day Prophets

The Book of Mormon: Book of Mormon Stories

Temples: I love to see the Temple

Sealed for ETERNITY: Families can be together forever

The Priesthood: The Priesthood is restored

There is so much more:  tithing, baptism, our missionaries, the Holy Ghost...

I am so grateful to be apart of this divine gospel.We are truly blessed to have the fullness of the gospel in these latter days!

The Church Of Jesus Christ~ Week Two

 I found a visuals I LOVE here at:

This week, I will be using the images and words and displaying them side by side like the picture above, BUT the words will be showing and in order and the images will be scrambled and turned around! The kids will come and pick a random (backwords) picture and place it top of the keyword it belongs too!
The kids knew it really well last week, so by the time we're all finished, all the words will be covered and we can sing it through with just the pictures! piece of cake! : )

Ill be using the same pictures for the remaining time to sing other songs,

From the top image down ( the images work well with): 
I hope they call me on a mission,
Do as Im Doing,
Teach me to walk in the light or I am like a star, 
If the Savior Stood Beside Me 
To Think about Jesus,
When I am Baptized,
The Church of Jesus Christ
I am a child of God, 
Families can Be together Forever

The Church Of Jesus Christ

I hope everyone enjoyed conference and feels refreshed as we start a new month! 
We all got to pick our song this month and my Primary President felt inspired to chose, "The Church Of Jesus Christ"! Im excited....

To introduce this song, I am going to ask the children to tell me the FULL name of our church! Im sure they are smarties and will already know :) ...then I will ask who named our church? 

At the bottom of the song in the Primary Songbook, the scripture is D&C115:4, I will read the scripture that shows that our Savior himself named our church and how special that is!

Have a child come up and get traced on to a piece of butcher paper or posterboard. Tell the children that this image represents us, a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints! As you go through (or review) each line of the song, the keywords can be written near each body part! The two "I know"s will be by the brain. "I'll follow" by one foot, "I believe" the heart, "I'll honor" by the heart as well, "I'll do" a hand, "I'll follow" the other foot, "I will proclaim" by the mouth!!! 

 Im excited to hear the sweet children sing the words of this powerful song!
p.s. Ill post pictures when our "outline's" are done!

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

EASTER ~ Eggs in the "BASKET"

The Easter Wheels in my head have been turning!

 I really liked my GOLDEN EGG~ hot potato game (posted below), but I decided to come up with something else... Im a woman who loves options. :)

Im going to write "JACK RABBITS" vs. "COTTONTAILS" on the board aka boys vs. girls (thank you Sugardoodle, for that fun alternative).
I'll have Plastic eggs filled with songs all about he savior inside and two additional empty baskets on the floor.  Ill pick one boy and one girl to come up and pick an egg, stand behind a designated line and whoever can get their egg into their own "Basket" first gets a point for their team, and also gets to open their egg and thats the song we'll sing!

I was super excited to have these smaller baskets on hand... the perfect size to make it "EGG-STRA" challenging. :)

Hope you all have a very sweet Easter Sunday!

Friday, March 22, 2013

EASTER ~Hot/Cold Golden Egg Hunt~

Easter Sunday is my FAVORITE Sunday!

I wanted to do something fun.

So, we are going to play the "GOLDEN EGG"!

I have a huge Primary, so I'm making about a dozen paper eggs out of card stock (if my Primary was small enough, it would be fun to make one for each child), and then 1 Golden Egg, also bring a plastic egg to pass around, like a hot potato.

Give the eggs out and ask the children to quietly SIT on their egg, ask the pianist to play a song and have the kids pass the plastic egg around, when the music stops, the child holding the egg gets to go out and come back in to search for the GOLDEN EGG!

The golden egg also gets sat on, while the child is out or blindfolded (whatever works better for you) ask a child to sit on the egg and sing Primary Songs while the child searches.... extra quietly when they are far, and louder when they are near, you know how that goes. :)


Tuesday, March 19, 2013

If the Savior Stood Beside Me ~Verse 2

If the Savior Stood Beside Me ~Verse 2

"If the Savior Stood beside me would I say the things I say?"

Im going to pull out several different pictures of lips and talk about WORDS and how important it is to say kind things. As we learn each line of the 2nd verse, a child can come up and pick a mouth, we will then sing the line we just learned according the style on the back of the mouth chosen:

Boys Only
Girls Only
Sing with your mouth closed! (HUM)
Im even including Opposites~


 and letting them chose which opposite way they want to sing....

After singing the song a few times through, the rest of the time (Hopefully at least 10 mins),
I decided to come up with wordstrips of questions for a little game of true/false??

Have a child pick a word strip and guess if the question is true or false and then the sing the song it matches.


The Wise man built his house upon the sand? (Wise man/ Foolish man)
I believe in being honest? (I believe in being honest)
I looked out the window and saw a watermelon tree? (Popcorn popping)

You can make this work with ANY song you want to sing!

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

If the Savior Stood Beside Me

Ive been out of town for 10 whole days!!!  So, sadly, that means Ive missed 2 Sundays in a row!!   I wasnt there to introduce the new Song at the beginning of the Month! So even though many of you have already learned a verse or two by now... here is my plan (just in case any of you still need ideas :)

I loved the idea, I saw floating around, of using a blindfold and having a child come up to the front. Ask the child, Where Am I?: They would see you and say; "right there"
Then blindfold them and ask "Now where am I?": Hopefully, using your voice they would be able to point in your direction.
And finally,
Stand right next to them and have a teacher ask the child where you are: They should be able to feel you right next them, and know that you are right there.

Ask the child, if they would act differently if I was right next to them all day. Ask them if they would act differently if the Savior was standing right next to them all day long....
Explain that we should live our lives like the Savior is always right next to us and that the song we are about to learn is all about that!

Have the Pianist play it through and try not to cry (ok, maybe thats just me)...

While going through each line, place footprints in a line and have a child come up and stand "beside"
which footprint they want to pick. 
Each foot print will have a fun way to sing the sing:

*On your tippytoes
*On top of your chairs
*With your legs folded
*Standing extra close to the person next to you
*Sing, only, if youre wearing black shoes
*Sing so quiet only the person beside you can hear you sing

Thursday, February 7, 2013

My Heavenly Father Loves Me -Verse 2

"My Heavenly Father Loves Me"
verse 2
My "WORLD" to helped teach the first verse turned out really cute.... (except for that bubble of packaging tape "laminate"). 
I am excited to use it again for the second verse!

After we learn the second verse, with the time remaining,  I decided to focus on the the first line, "He gave me my eyes that I might see".... so, I came up with a basket full of "glasses"! Each set of glasses will be assigned a song either about our eyes or with the "I" in the title.... 

I think it will be fun if they stay up in the front and wear the glasses to help me lead the song!

Here are a few:

"I" am a child of God

"I" feel my Saviors Love

Popcorn Popping
(obviously, hehe)

"I" Love to "see" the Temple

"I" often go Walking

"I" am like a Star

When "I" am Baptized

"I" Hope they call me on a Mission

Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes


"I" lived in Heaven

"I" Know my Father Lives

"I" Like my Birthdays

"I" believe in being Honest

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

"My Heavenly Father Loves Me"

Ready to introduce the new song this Sunday!??  I remember loving this song when I was in Primary.... "My Heavenly Father Loves Me".

I was moved to tears as I watched This video and thought of what it would be like NOT to be able to see the beauty all around us, thank you, Ashley Burner from Primary Notes 29, for sharing it.

To introduce the song, Im going to have everyone close their eyes and I'll ask them to imagine the most beautiful place that they can think of... 
When they open their eyes, I'll ask what it looks like, and I'll want to hear lots of their answers. :) 
I'll share how grateful I am for all that heavenly father has created for us on this beautiful earth and how much he loves us.

I'm so THANKFUL for an idea Wendy Olsen Buchanan shared, she said her Mom made this earth to teach the song, years ago, and now she's a chorister and gets to re-use this treasure!

I decided to make my own and it's still coming along, (see picture below), but I can tell its going to be a perfect visual aid for the song--- as long as I can get my husband to draw some of the images for me, haha.....

If you're interested in making your own, I just placed white and blue 12x12 cardstock papers together and traced the edge of a large mixing bowl for the circle and placed a brad in the middle. The pie cut piece was 1/8 of the circle, allowing 4 sections for each verse... I'll post a picture when it's finished. BUT if you're like me, and cant draw like wendy's amazing mom did, I found this great blogger who will let you print up her images for the song! The OCD Primary Chorister !

And then, if thats not enough :), I thought this would be the perfect week to pull out my parrot and play the "Parrot Repeats" game. If you haven't heard of it before, you just use the parrot to point to the kids to have them repeat the words that you are learning.
I found this cute little bird at a yard sale, he perches on my finger and flaps his wings, if I turn him on, (Which I'm debating) but even a picture of a parrot works... I just think this game works great with the song.
NURSERY: When it works out, I love tying my singing time in with my nursery plan somehow, so I'm going to take this parrot to nursery and sing songs all about nature, animals and outdoors!!

The rest of the time, if there is MORE time,
I was going to bring lots of things we can see, smell, touch, hear and taste...
perfume, a flashlight, fabric, fruitsnacks, a walkie talkie, etc.
Each song will remind them of one of our 5 senses that heavenly father blessed us with!

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Spin the Bottle

Thinking ahead to Valentines Sunday already? So I am! 
Here's what I came up with...

These little hearts (from the dollar store) open up, but it would work just as well,  with envelopes or even cut out paper hearts!
Just fill up what youre using with songs all about *LoVe*,
place them around in a circle and play SPIN THE BOTTLE!! 
Wherever the bottle lands, that's the *love* song we're going to sing! 
Super simple, light and fun! 

Happy (early) Valentines day! :)

Thank you *Primary Notes 29*  for your ready to go list of *LOVE* SONGS!!
Visit her blog too for more super cute valentines ideas! HERE or HERE !!

I Feel My Saviors Love 74
I Love To See The Temple 95
I'll Walk With You 140
I'm Trying to Be Like Jesus 78
Jesus Loved the Little Children 59
Jesus Said Love Everyone 61
Love is Spoken Here 190
Love One Another 136
Mother, I Love You 207
My Heavenly Father Loves Me 228
Oh How We Love to Stand 279
Reverence is Love 31
Teacher, Do You Love Me 178
We Are Different 263
Where Love Is 138

and of course,
a random, pick the song you LOVE!!

Saturday, January 19, 2013


This Sunday we're learning verse three of I am a Child of God, I already posted ideas below for this verse, but decided to change it up a little bit...
BUT really this game can be used for any song, any Sunday... 

 I was going to use the idea from Sunbeams Singing blog HERE. Well, instead of printing up action cards (we all know how precious INK can be in this calling) I decided to do a bean bag toss, I happen to have this fabric strip with colored patches already on hand, but even different colored construction paper lined up would work great! Toss the bean bag and whatever color we land on is the song we sing...

I threw in the songs, Do as Im doing-with specific actions and Fun to Do, but changing the first words to specific things to match the verse 3 theme "living with him once more..." (I hope that makes sense?? :)

But really, ANY songs, ANY theme would work!
THEN, If you're in nursery, like me...

Let the kids toss the bag on a color before you sing the song, I actually went as far as to pick sings that remind me of each color (I know, Im ridiculous)...

White: Once there was a Snowman

Black: Book of Mormon Stories (my scriptures are black, lol)

Brown:  The GOLDEN plates, Away in a Manger

Purple: Little Purple Pansies/When I am baptized(rainbows) /Fun to Do---fill in with purple words, ex. "picking purple flowers is fun to do"... :)

Blue: Give Said the Little Stream/ Rain is Falling All Around

Green: In the Leafy Treetops

Yellow: Popcorn Popping/ I am like a Star

Orange: SMILES, If you're happy and you know it

Red: LOVE one Another

I am a Child of God --Verse 4

"His promises are sure"
Why a diamond ring, you ask?? Because a wedding ring symbolizes a promise perfectly, but I also thought it would be fun to have all the kids link pinky fingers together with the person next to them and talk about promises.

 I found the huge ring (above) at the dollar store, but a ring pop, or any regular ring would work too. I thought it would be a fun object to play hide/seek or hot/cold while we are repeating the verse, over and over... :)

I loved an idea found  HERE! Thank you for sharing Primary Notes 29!
After we have become comfortable with all the verses, a great way to remember each verse is to point to yourself;

Verse 1: Point to yourself (I am a child of God)
Verse 2: Point to knees   (sounds like "NEEDS")
Verse 3: Point to pockets (--where you keep your wallet, "RICH" blessings )
Verse 4: Point to ring finger ("Promises")

So, while we're pointing to ourselves and our parts, Mr. Potatohead and all his parts come to mind, lol....

Each body part represents a song!

Hat: HEAD, shoulders, knees and toes
Eyes: Popcorn popping (I LOOKED out the window...)
Nose: Rain is falling all around (...Rain is falling on my NOSE)
Ear 1: The Dearest Names (LISTEN, I'll whisper the name to you...)
Ear 2: Do as Im doing (wiggle ears)
Mouth: Smiles, Love os Spoken here or Jesus Said Love Everyone 
Arm 1: Book of Mormon Stories (Or any arm movement song)
Arm 2: Daddy Comes home (Put my ARMS around his neck)
Feet: Teach me to walk, Stand for the Right, Follow the Prophet

And then, it would be a fun change to bring it to the nursery and let all the kids pick a body part and sing songs with them as well! 

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

I am a Child of God--Verse 3

"I am a child of God, RICH BLESSINGS are in store"...

Just like the Primary kids, when I hear the word "RICH" I'm sure we think of treasure!! 
SO, I thought it would be cute to have a picture of a treasure box and talk about "real" riches and blessings... 
We'll fill it up with images of life's RICH blessings:

Answers to Prayers

(I just found clip art on the internet)

This would also be a great week to give a back ground history of the song, if you haven't yet (like, me). Years after the song was written, the words were changed from "all that I must KNOW" to "all that I must DO'' so, the rest of the time, we are going to sing songs about what we need to "DO" to 
"Live with Him once more"...

I loved this idea from Sunbeam Singing
We'll sing “Do as Im Doing”, but the actions will all be things that can lead us back to heaven-- praying, reading our scriptures, taking the sacrament, picking up toys, listening to prophet (EARS), Being nice (HUGS). 
She has cute cards that you can even print off! 

Songs about living with him---
Teach me to walk 177
I lived in heaven  4
I will follow gods plan for me 164
A Childs Prayer 12

Friday, January 4, 2013


I heard a fun idea on on the LDS Primary Choristers facebook page that I have to pass along...

Thank you, Ashlie for sharing it. She said, "We do a birthday drum. They get to drum, while we count, how old they are turning. (It's an oatmeal or formula can wrapped in birthday wrapping paper.)"

I LOVED that idea and decided to make my own!  You can too!!
This one is Christmas tin can (on clearance right now at Walmart for a few cents :) I I covered the Christmas part on the front with birthday wrapping paper and mod podged it on.
Then, I made little drumsticks out of pencils with tissue paper wrapped with masking tape.
 It sounds like an awesome drum and I know the kids are going to love drumming how old they are turning!  

Wiggle Worms

I love the idea of a wiggle worm jar. Seeing different versions on several amazing blogs, was clearly inspiring! But I wasn't sure how I was going to make my own until I ran into the dollar store and they were all out of pom poms and popsicle sticks! :( 
I finally settled on these little hair bands at the $1 store and crossed my fingers...
I actually love they way they turned out and wanted to share!
Here is a list of the songs I used:

The wiseman/foolish man
Head, shoulders, knees, and toes
Do as Im doing
Popcorn Popping
Once there was a snowman
Book of Mormon Stories
Jesus wants me for a Sunbeam
I am like a Star
Follow the Prophet
Give Said the little Stream
If Youre Happy
Fun to Do!

Wiggle on everyone. Wiggle on. :)

Wednesday, January 2, 2013


Since, I'm only the chorister of the Junior Primary, I get to travel to the different Nurseries during the last hour (yes, more than one nursery, its the biggest ward I've been in)!
I am still trying to get organized for the new year, heres what I have so far...
I purchased a plastic box from the dollar store, my favorite place this week. :)
Here is what's inside:
My list of Songs is taped to the lid and lists the ''regular'' songs I plan on singing each week:

Here we are together
If youre happy and you know it
Head, shoulders, knees and toes
Jesus wants me for a sunbeam
Rain is falling all around
Once there was a snowman
Do as Im doing
I am like a star 
Twinkle, Twinkle little star
Popcorn popping
A happy family
I am a child of God

... and then the fun part! The PrOps!
(For "We are a happy family" I freehanded these little felt people onto popsicle sticks-- if I can do it, trust me, so can you! haha.)
(For "I am like a star" and "Twinkle, Twinkle" I found foam stars, again at the dollar store! Im also bringing a flashlight to shine on the stars as they hold them up!)
("Jesus wants me for a sunbeam" I just googled "sun clipart" and found these, "laminated" them, punched a hole and made necklaces... I actually don't have a laminator (YET), so I used packaging tape on both sides... clever or ghetto? :) IDK but it worked)
("I am a child of God" I shared this link in another post, I love them, thank you Sugar doodle, HERE)
(last but not least... shakey eggs! Beans and popcorn kernels hot glued into easter eggs, Ill use these for lots of songs, but especially "Do as Im doing").

I picked a lot of songs that have hand actions, so you really don't need lots of props! Just energy and enthusiasm! :)

I Am a Child of God --Verse 2

 "I am a child of God" Verse 2

I love this flip chart found HERE to help teach verse 2.
I loved the simplicity of it! Thank you, Mandy Ferris for sharing it on Sugardoodle. :)

Im definitely using it for that first part, but I decided to make our own flip chart for the next sentence, "help me to understand his words". I will tape pictures under a few random chairs that show how we can learn his words through:

Personal Priesthood Blessings
The Commandments
Answers to prayers

Ill invite those children who found the pictures to bring them up, show them off and attach them to a blank flip chart for that sentence...

After singing the whole verse through a few times...

The rest of the songs for the day will, again, focus on "help me to understand his words"...
(What can I say, thats my favorite part!) 

Of course, Im throwing the whole verse two of "I am a child of God'' into the rotation several times as well, :), but here are some great familiar songs about "HIS WORDS"...

Book of Mormon Stories
The Golden Plates
Follow the Prophet
I want to Live the Gospel
Search, Ponder and Pray
Nephi's Courage
Come, Follow me
Keep the Commandments
We'll Bring the World His Truth

I'm going to tape the songs to the bottom of these foam footprints (that I found at the $1 store)...

Lay them out in a circle and have the pianist play the chorus of I am a child of God, as one child at a time, follows the footprints, like musical chairs, when the song abruptly ends, we'll see what footprint they are on, take that footprint out of rotation and sing that song!