Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Reverently Singing Children

These reverently singing children were made for a primary chorister in Bountiful, Utah.  As the primary children come into the primary room she has them hum, ooh or aah to a primary song.    They struggle to keeping their arms folded while singing.  They want to make the same actions she is making in leading the music.  So she asked me to make these for her to visually remind them to fold their arms.  I hope they will work for her.  You can try them out too.  I'm sure there are many ways you can use them.  Each one is 8.5 x 11"

7 comments:

Lucie Gibbons said...

I LOOOOOOVE this SO&SO MUCH! Thank you for sharing your aMAZing talents with everyone! Primary choristers will eat this one up I'm sure! THANKS AGAIN!!!
xoxo Lucie
p.s. Do you ever illustrate for The Friend magazine? If not you SHOULD! Your work is PERFECT for Primary WORLD-WIDE!

Jessica Jensen said...

I love this! Just printed them to use this Sunday for my Primary! Thanks for sharing!

Melanie said...

This is so great! I am a primary choirister, and I love this! I was going to make something similar, but don't have to, because you already did! I also do "lalala" and "words" and "whistle" for my kids. :)

Beverly Hevner said...

Thank you for sharing your talent with us. These posters are beautiful!

Rachel said...

Just found these I can turn into "sing reverently" signs! Thanks. =))

vocalise said...

Thank you!

Jada said...

The bee just wasn't cutting it for humming. All of the kids want to buzz! These are perfect. Thank you for sharing your talents!