Sunday, March 20, 2016


Easter is coming up and I want to do something special for Primary singing.
So here's what I have planned.  I found a great lesson in the Gospel's Principle book. I edited it and divided it into 9 narration cards with pictures. Then I chose 9 songs to go with each pictures. 

I have a couple different options for you to choose from depending on your technology savvy.
You can place them around the room and tell the kids you are going on a journey to learn about the life of Jesus.
This is a sample of what the narration cards look like.
Click HERE & HERE to download the lesson plan and narration cards.

Option #2: A Little tech savvy!
Instead of just singing each song, you can download the songs from the YouTube channel and play and sing-along with them. But you will need a computer and projector.
Here is an example:
Option #3: This is for the really daring tech savvy person! 
I put together a slideshow with all the pictures, scriptures, narration cards and sing-along videos.
You will need a projector and computer to show it. Also, good internet connection at the church for the videos. (That makes me nervous because ours isn't always that good). I'm going to download all the videos to my computer for a back-up just in case.

It will take at least 20 minutes. The videos alone are about 19 minutes but some of them have additional verses that you might want to cut to save time.

Click HERE for the slideshow.
I made it in google slides. After you have the slideshow, if you go to file then click 'make a copy' you can edit it. You can change songs and do whatever.

Whichever one you choose, I hope your children feel the love of Our Savior as you sing and learn about Him at this Easter time.

Happy Easter Singing!


  1. Thank you for this beautiful singing time about Easter.

  2. This is absolutely perfect! The pictures, the quotes, the videos, the song choices, its all perfect!! Thank you so so much!!

  3. This is beautiful! I'm hoping to add a video at the end. I'm new to Google Slides. Do you know if there's a way to add a video that is not on Youtube? (I'm using one from but with some sections edited out...)

    1. Sorry, I'm not sure how you would do a video that is not YouTube but I'm sure there is a way.