Primary: "Reverence 5"

To help remind the children to be reverent in primary last year our primary president made a cute sign, I can't remember exactly where she got the idea.  I was telling my sister-in-law about it and she wanted a copy.  So here is what I came up with.  Just print it off on cardstock, cut out and glue or paste onto a tongue depressor/craft stick. How to use it: Introduce it to the children, explaining what each finger/picture mean (eye: eyes looking up front, arms folded: keep hands to self/fold arms, lips: mouths closed/no talking, ear: Ears ready to listen, shoes: feet still and on ground). Explain that when the sign is raised then they need to do those things, the sames goes with when a leader raises their hand in a five.  The goal is for the leader to be able to hold their own hand up and the children quiet down and be reverent.  I think we reminded the children what the five things were with the sign for about a month or two. Then we would just use our hand and it works great! * Tip for printing: click on image and print. Works best if you reduce margins *

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for this idea! I am teaching sharing time this week about our bodies. We have been trying to deal with reverence issues in our Jr Primary so I am going to use this as part of my sharing time lesson.


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