Fathers Flip Chart

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If you’re looking for a wonderful Primary song to teach for Father’s Day, this is a great pick! The Fathers Primary Song has a verse about the father of the family, the father of the ward, and then our Heavenly Father.

I love how it ties in these 3 important fathers to make for a more inclusive holiday that can be a difficult holiday for some kids. With this Fathers Flip Chart you’ll easily teach the words and help them sing along even if you are teaching with short notice!

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Fathers Flip Chart Printables

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This is our most recent flip chart addition to a huge collection of Primary Flip Charts you can find in alphabetical order and by month for this year’s theme!

You’ll find all 3 verses available in 3 different flip chart styles below, so you can be prepared with whichever style best fits your needs: colorful, black and white, or a slideshow!

I have shared a few other Father’s Day themed flip charts you might also like:

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Fathers Primary Song Lyrics

First Verse:
The father of our home leads our family
With wisdom’s light in all that’s right;
My father’s good to me.

Chorus:
Fathers are so special with a very special love.
They watch us and protect us.
They guide us and direct us
Back to our home above.

Second Verse:
The father of our ward tends with loving care
Each member’s needs with kindly deeds;
Our bishop’s always there.

Third Verse:
And now we’ll sing great praise and rev’rently recall
The Holy One who gave his Son,
The Father of us all.

Primary Singing Time Fathers Flip Chart

You’ll love this colorful and fun flip chart for the Fathers Primary song! It’s got a single page for each of the 3 verses and one page for the chorus. You can print the chorus multiple times, if needed. I usually just flip back to the chorus page and call it good.

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Fathers Lyrics Only Flip Chart

For those without a color printer or if you simply want the words as big as possible to flip over the podium (see how we use a lyrics book over here!), you’ll love this option! It uses a chunky black font that’s easy to read and with a large 80pt font!

Fathers Slideshow Flip Chart

Those with tech like a TV or a projector in the Primary room will love using this digital flip chart! It’s a landscape TV orientation slideshow with a single slide per verse so you won’t have to be messing with switching slides all the time! Plus, one slide for the chorus.

If you have any troubleshooting issues with the PDF flip chart above, or simply would prefer this alternate format, you can grab our Fathers Google Slides flip chart here.

How many verses did you decide to teach of the Primary song Fathers?

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