I’ve already picked out my Father’s Day song for this year (In My Father’s Hands) but I really liked this song, too, and thought I’d make up a flip chart for those who are teaching I See a Hero this year! This will also help me remember and have this song on the top of my mind for next year!!
I See a Hero Flip Chart
I had a request recently to add all this year’s main program songs and I’m working just as quick as I can to help out this sister (and everyone else!) In the meantime, you can check out the Flip Chart list to see all of the Flip Charts I have currently made to see if your song of choice is available!
I did already made a Flip Chart for In My Father’s Hands, if you want another awesome Father’s day song flip chart in your resource file!
I also recommend checking out my tips and tricks and how I use flip charts if you’re new to the calling (or could just use some pointers!) What other tricks have you used to make flip charts more effective in Primary?
I See a Hero Singing
Time Flip Chart Printable
This colorful flip chart for I See a Hero highlights the keywords and shows beautiful lifestyle pictures of dads with their children. It’s 6-pages long with 2 pages for each verse and 2 pages for the chorus.
The little extra ending is included (in parentheses) at the end of the second verse to help remind everyone that it comes after the chorus!
Click here —> Print I See a Hero Singing Time Flip Chart
I See a Hero Primary Program
Flip Chart Printable
The program version of the I See a Hero Flip Chart is a simple black and white landscape version with just the words. It can be useful for posting the words in the Primary room or during the presentation of the song. Especially if you’re like me, and like to use hand actions throughout the song — just have the words out for those that need them to see and keep your hands free!
This is a 3-page printable with a page for each verse and one page for the chorus.
Click here —> Print I See a Hero Primary Program Flip Chart
Have any feedback about my I See a Hero flip chart? Let me know in the comments!