Someday, I'm going to be called to be a primary chorister. Don't get me wrong, I love teaching gospel doctrine. It's been five fabulous years of scripture study that I wouldn't trade for anything. But I still covet the fun and creativity that primary choristers seem to ooze. It's like being a room mom - with a musical upgrade.
All that being said, I think chorister's have it rough. Unlike the presidency, they have to teach and be enthusiastic in front of every one ... every single week. In addition, they also have to make amazing fun games that work for a huge age range and cost next to nothing. That's a tough gig.
I talked to several of my favorite chorister friends and surveyed their biggest frustrations. They asked me to create a collection of games that are inexpensive, easy to store, engaging and versatile. As a result, I've started creating a series of games that can be printed at Costco (or any other photo lab) and have a PDF version that can printed at home (using low ink).
They're also designed to be versatile so they can work for singing time, sharing time and class time.
I've also standardized the sizes so all the posters can be clipped together on a sheet of foam core when in use and then be stored neatly in a mailing tube or primary closet.
I'll be posting about them over the next few weeks but I just couldn't resist sharing them. You can find all of these great kits in the shop.
I have loads of others in the works so stay tuned for more updates in the coming weeks.