If you’re looking for fun and easy ways to teach Seek the Lord Early Singing Time Ideas in this post will help! I’ve included a fun variety of ways to teach using different learning styles so you can reach each of your Primary kiddos while having fun learning this song.
Seek the Lord Early is one of the Come Follow Me Old Testament Primary Songs for December. However, I think it’s a wonderful song to include in the Program and to not be overlooked by Christmas songs, so I plan to include this song throughout the year!
12 Seek the Lord Early Singing Time Ideas
A perfect first place to get started, when looking for singing time ideas for teaching Seek the Lord Early, is with our flip charts! We have a couple of different styles – including a slideshow option!
You can pick out your choice of style and keep it with you in your singing time binder just in case you need it.
1. Seek the Lord Early – Dot-to-Dot
Your Primary kids will get a kick out of this fun Seek the Lord Early Dot-to-Dot singing time idea! They’ll add a few lines each time you sing through the song until they can guess what the picture is! There’s 2 included dot-to-dot pictures.
2. Seek the Lord Early – Musical Number
It’s always wonderful to use your Primary children’s talents whenever you can! For this singing time idea, you’ll prepare a Seek the Lord Early Musical Number with one of your Primary kids or a special guest musician! See all our tips and how to use the idea in Primary in the post.
3. Seek the Lord Early – Crossword Puzzle
They’ll really “seek” the lyrics to help them find the answers in this fun Seek the Lord Early Crossword Puzzle activity! There are 10 total words to fill in that come from the lyrics of the song.
4. Seek the Lord Early – Melody Bar Chart
You can help teach the flow of the melody and notes with this Seek the Lord Early Melody Bar Chart! Pick either the colored in or ready-to-color posters and then use a fun reverse crack the code where the kids help you to color in the code instead of simply solving it!
5. Seek the Lord Early – Relay Race
Your kiddos that need lots of movement will go crazy for this fun Seek the Lord Early Relay Race! They’ll work in teams of 2 to completely simple, fun tasks that correlate with the lyrics completing one challenge at a time. This would also be a fun activity to take outdoors!
6. Seek the Lord Early – Sing-Along Video
A great first way to introduce this beautiful song is with a Sing-Along video! The kids always love it when I bring in a video and it’s a simple activity to just start with a little exposure to the song. If you have any trouble with the video playing, you can also see it here on YouTube!
7. Seek the Lord Early – Egg Shakers
Use one of these fun egg shaker patterns to make some lively and purposeful music in the Primary room! There are 3 easy and fun Seek the Lord Early Egg Shakers to choose from so you can mix and match or use all 3!
8. Seek the Lord Early – Find His Words
Have a meaningful singing time by discussing all the ways in Seek the Lord Early that we Find His Words! It’s a great way to open up a discussion and share your testimony about how to connect with the Lord — a skill we all MUST learn in our lives!
9. Seek the Lord Early – Body Rhythms
Get everyone up and moving with these series of 4 different Seek the Lord Early Body Rhythms! They go from simple to advanced and several fun ways to mix it up along the way. It’s a great way to get moving while adding in lots of singing repetition.
10. Seek the Lord Early – I Will & He Will
I love this idea by Kami’s Primary Music Ideas. She shares that you create two columns one with the things “I will” do and the other with the things “He Will” do. She has a printable ready to go with 5 things we promise to do from the song and 3 promises from the Lord.
11. Seek the Lord Early – Picture Phrase
Give the kids a challenge to decode your picture phrases with these cute visuals. Just cut each page in half and you’ll have 8 different phrases – 1 per verse! Visit Forty Eighteen to grab the printable posters.
12. Seek the Lord Early – Telescope Seeking
Camille created these cute posters and a fun idea to hide the Seek the Lord Early posters around the room and then have the kids use the empty cardboard from a toilet paper or paper towel roll as a telescope to “seek” for the right poster around the room as you sing! Head over to grab her printables here.
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What other ways have you taught Seek the Lord Early? Share your ideas in the comments below to add to this resources!