Try out these super fun We’ll Bring the World His Truth Singing Time Ideas. I love this song, it reminds me of my days in Primary! This upbeat song was one of our choice songs for the Primary Program as I wanted something with a great upbeat tune to add to the slow and pretty songs already a part of this year’s program.
Today, I’m sharing with you some of the singing time activities I have planned and used for teaching this song in my Primary to help you in planning your own singing time lessons!
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We’ll Bring the World His Truth Flip Charts
A perfect place to get started is with our We’ll Bring the World His Truth Flip Chart (and lyrics)! You can print this to have on hand while teaching the song for those times you might need it. I’ve included a fun picture flip chart, a great lyrics only flip chart for the Primary program, and even a slideshow option to save your printer.
This song is included in the Children’s Songbook on page #172. You can find the printable sheet music on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints website here.
This song was written by Janice Kapp Perry and tells the powerful story of the Army of Helaman, goodly parents, and being the Lord’s missionaries! I love the missionary work message that’s so good to start early with these children. Of course, we all LOVE the beautiful EFY medley that was created that includes this song along with As Sisters in Zion. (That has to be THE song to sing at Zone conferences!! haha)
8 We’ll Bring the World His Truth Singing Time Ideas
This post will help you find all of my We’ll Bring the World His Truth teaching ideas around this blog. Plus, I’m also sharing additional favorite lesson plans from other Primary music leaders at the end of this post to help you teach this as a new song!
1. We’ll Bring the World His Truth – Directional Marching
Engage the kids with a marching activity that will get them up, moving, and enjoying the beat of this song. Marching goes right along with message of being a missionary off to share the gospel message.
2. We’ll Bring the World His Truth – Video Montage
Create a personalized video montage to bring We’ll Bring the World His Truth song to life! Seek the help of Primary parents to add personal pictures of your Primary families. You can showcase to the kids with them as the stars what the meaning of this powerful song is – and how it relates to them!
3. We’ll Bring the World His Truth – Fill in the Blank
Use this fill-in-the-blank activity to help the kids review We’ll Bring the World His Truth or learn the 2nd verse. It’s an easy, low-prep activity that gets a lot of the Primary kids involved!
4. We’ll Bring the World His Truth – Beat vs Rhythm
Clap or patsch to the beat and then the rhythm as you sing along to this upbeat Primary song in this fun beat vs rhythm activity! It’s a great way to bring the wonderful beat of this song into the Primary room with flexible options and ideas for teaching.
5. We’ll Bring the World His Truth – Cup Pattern
This catchy We’ll Bring the World His Truth cup pattern with a fun and inexpensive prop will thrill your Senior Primary! Let them tap, pat, and turn along with the beat. Using cups in Primary singing time is such a fun way to add movement and interest with purpose!
6. We’ll Bring the World His Truth – Cup Stacking
I easily taught the words and meaning of the 2nd verse while building a cup tower to Teach We’ll Bring the World His Truth in this engaging activity that had everyone’s attention. This is one of my favorite singing time ideas I’ve ever done! You won’t want to miss this one.
7. We’ll Bring the World His Truth – Simple Cup Actions
This We’ll Bring the World His Truth cup actions activity is similar to hand actions, but with a fun cup to re-purpose materials and bring a fun element to learning the song. We used this activity alongside the Cup Stacking game, but it can also be used on separate weeks to reinforce learning the song.
8. We’ll Bring the World His Truth – Silent Singer
This activity is perfect for reviewing a song after you’ve worked on it for several weeks. I’m using Silent Singer Review Game to get the kids motivated and sing along with We’ll Bring the World His Truth.
17 More Different Ways to We’ll Bring the World His Truth
Here is a collection of additional resources and “righteous ways” teaching ideas created by different Primary music leader (or Primary chorister) to help you teach this song for sacrament meeting! You can use simple means to help teach this beautiful Primary song.
1. We’ll Bring the World His Truth Hand Bells
Pickup the super fun Merry Bells play along videos or printable hand bell charts to help teach this song. We’ll Bring the World His Truth is included in their Primary Songs Set #1 collection. Use the coupon code PrimarySinging to save 10%!
2. We’ll Bring the World His Truth Music Video
This is such a fun video that the children will LOVE seeing people from all around the world singing this song together. I’ve included a few other video options to choose from as well.
- Virtual Choir Video
- General Conference Young Women’s Choir
- General Conference Father & Son Choir
- Missionaries of Ecuador
- Sing-Along Video
- Karaoke Video
3. We’ll Bring the World His Truth Clapping Pattern
This fun clapping pattern is SO clever!! Start this video at 7:02.
4. We’ll Bring the World His Truth Pillow Pattern
This pillow clapping pattern is really fun and clever! This would be a fun one to try at home or to adapt to work in Primary! Maybe pat-pat-stomp sequence would work to have the same affect.
5. 4th Verse (Facebook Group)
6. Sand Blocks (Facebook Group)
7. The Story Behind the Song (LDS Living)
8. Sway and Freeze (Sharla Dance)
9. Men’s Trio Arrangement (YouTube)
10. Guitar Lullaby Arrangement (YouTube)
12. Yoga (YouTube)
13. Alternate Body Rhythm & Dance Scarves (YouTube)
14. Pillow Pattern (YouTube)
15. Music Scales (YouTube)
16. Operation Game (Facebook Group)
17. Sway and Freeze (YouTube)
I hope these fun lesson plans and ideas help you with planning to teach this song or to get creative and modify the ideas to work with any of the other primary songs! This is one of my favorite Primary songs and I’ve been having so much fun teaching it this year.