This is a wonderful Primary song that teaches the many ways we show reverence for sacred things.
Reproduce each page onto heavier cardstock. Color, cut out and laminate for durability. When creating this song, you can choose to either leave the words on the bottom of each picture or cut them off. You could choose to start off with the words displayed and then later cut them off when the children are more familiar with the song. I usually write the words of each picture on the back side of the page either way before I laminate the picture.
There are eight pictures to this song. Have eight children come up to hold the pictures or use magnet strips to place them on your magnetic chalkboard. When learning the song, remove pictures as the children become more familiar with each phrase of the song. Fan games can be done by mixing up the pictures and letting the children arrange them on the board correctly. Cut off the words to each picture and see if the children can match the word section to the correct picture. Once the song has been learned, you might want to bind the pages together at the bottom so that it is easier to hold the pages and then just flip the pages down when singing.
Cute Primary Song Visual Aids for the Primary song "Family History". Help your children learn primary songs with our creative Primary song visual ideas. This is a black and white version. (Black and white versions make great coloring pages.)