Monthly Plan for I Love to See the Temple: Ideas for Younger and Older Children

Lullabye.

Just saying the word conjures up emotions and feelings… comfort, security, love…

In much the same way, this song can become that kind of song for the children…comforting, secure, full of love… depending upon the way it is taught.

Here are some ideas:

I Love To See the Temple

First and/or Second Verse

Younger Children:

  1. Scarves
  2. Song Story (2nd verse)
  3. Temple puzzles
  4. Magic Crayon
  5. Swish patterns with Paper Plates
  6. ASL handsigns
  7. Shaker and pencil pattern

Older Children

  1. Color Code
  2. Complicated Swish patterns with Paper plates
  3. Song Story (2nd verse)
  4. What would it look like? temple “trip”
  5. ASL Handsigns
  6. Shaker and pencil pattern

Second Verse

(Do some of the activities listed above using the second verse)

Also see:

asl video

https://www.lds.org/children/videos-music/asl?lang=eng#i-love-to-see-the-temple

payson utah http://utahvalley360.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Celestial-update.jpg

https://www.ldsliving.com/21-Beautiful-Celestial-Rooms-Around-the-World/s/81162

  1. Lynn Allen Slocum

    Is there an example for the shaker and pencil pattern? I like that! Thanks.

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