In addition to teaching Gospel Doctrine in my home ward I also have the fabulous job of planning camp for 25 young women this summer. Before I planned a single meal or even decided on a theme, I set my sights on one simple task…creating the perfect printable camp song book. (Find it in my shop here)
I’m a big believer in camp songs. I know they seem cheesy and dated but I whole-heartedly believe that teaching a group of girls to embrace ridiculousness for a few minutes has huge power. It loosens them up and helps them let go of their cliques and enjoy a little YW unity. Of course, none of this works if the songs themselves are lame. Kumbuya just won’t do it, folks. You need songs with attitude and spunk.
In this book I’ve kept many of the classics like Sippin’ Cider, the Princess Pat and The Banana Song (shown here)...
...but I’ve also added a few fun new songs like this great YW song set to the melody of ‘Cups’.
In addition to the fun and crazy songs, I’ve also included the lyrics to several hymns so you’ll be all set for devotionals and testimony meetings.
Remember, if any of the songs in the book are unfamiliar, you can find most of the actions and melodies by searching their titles on YouTube (or watching the videos I'll be posting here on MeckMom.com in the coming weeks). Here are my cute YW singing the crowd favorite, Pharaoh, Pharaoh.
Click here to find the fabulous printable song books in the MeckMom shop. Purchase each color for only $3.95 (or all four for $7.95) and print as many copies as you need for your ward.