Sheffield 1st Ward Primary

This blog is all about using British Sign Language in Primary. Singing time to be more exact. If you look at the pages on the right side menu you’ll find videos of the songs we are learning for 2012 presentation and more. None of the signs are an official Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints interpretation, because there is no official one. We are just doing the best we know how to include the wonderful deaf girl in our primary.

Hello everyone!

on January 16, 2011

Welcome to the Sheffield 1st Ward primary blog. We’ve made this site to help all the kids in primary and their mums and dads. On here you will find words to the songs we are learning for our presentation, links to the music, and the signs we are learning too.

Over time we aim to upload videos of people signing primary songs, to help the kids learn if they have missed a week in primary or just want to get better.  Signing in primary is very important, our friend Nevaeh is profoundly deaf, and even though she wears an implant to help her, she still needs us to sign. Also we have Maleah with her special breakable bones who has a very good chance of also loosing her hearing as she gets older. It’s important to look after eachother in primary, and learning sign is a great way to do it. Plus kids, it seems like we need to set the example to the grown ups and show them that learning sign is lots of fun, (and makes you smarter!)

We are going to try and post new pictures and videos all the time so please come back and see what there is!


One response to “Hello everyone!

  1. Bishop says:

    Great idea Abi !

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