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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Article of Faith Song Prompts

Each week in primary, before I delve into my primary lesson plan, I spend a few minutes singing an Article of Faith song.  We work on the same song for an entire month.  Usually January we work on the 1st and 2nd Articles of Faith so we can finish the 13th in December, just in time to start all over again for the new year!  In my opinion, the Articles of Faith are just too important to be ignored!

I found these Article of Faith prompts on Sugardoodle HERE.  {There is an error on the 11th Article of Faith song prompt.  It says "We believe claim."  I just took a sharpie marker and blacked out the "believe."}

Anyway, I decided to make a little 3-ring binder dedicated just to these song prompts:

The Article of Faith binder stays in the Primary closet (along with my million other things like my Nursery Bag, Wiggle Worm jar, handbells, etc.) and I'll pull it out each week as we go over whatever Article of Faith song we are working on that month.

UPDATE:  I've updated my binder to reflect artwork by Susan Fitch.  You can find more about my updates HERE.

Find details on how we track progress HERE.

You can find details on the reward we give when they memorize them all HERE.

5 comments:

Shell's Diaries said...

GREAT idea. I make a binder for each holiday as is comes, with the flipcharts, never thought to do one for A of F. Thanks!

Tawna said...

I use these prompts. We actually sing the Articles of Faith as prelude music. As soon as I get to the primary room, I whip that binder out and flip open to a page and whoever is in there begins singing with me. We sing until the presidency is ready to begin. At first, I was singing solo on most of the Articles of Faith, but it's been two months and the Senior primary sing 1-10 confidently, and the Juniors can do 1-6. I love these prompts!

Sally Jackson said...

great idea!

Kimberly Baker said...

So...I LLLOOOVVVEEE these Article of Faith cards!!! And I would REALLY love to have some large (8 1/2 x 11) cards to print and hang up in my primary room, but everywhere I look, I see the mini (1") ones or the baseball cards size. Where should I go to find the 8 1/2 x 11 size?

Rhonda Andresen said...

I too would love the bigger binder size pictures. It's such a wonderful help Camille. Thank you from a newbie!