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.

As a Child of God signing video for Primary Presentation 2012

on February 10, 2012

As it’s a bit to much time wise for me to post a sign of the week on every single week, I’m just going to stick to the help people need with singing time. We’ve changed quite a few of the songs we’re singing in the outline for the easiness of signing and keeping the kids interested at the same time. This one though, is the new song from the outline. It’s slow enough to learn and really easy. You could just have the little ones sign the chorus. We’ve decided to interpret the phrase “receive special light” as “special guidance” in case you get confused.

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2 responses to “As a Child of God signing video for Primary Presentation 2012

  1. Kate Burton says:

    My name is Kate Burton and I am a member of the church in Vancouver, Washington, USA. I have just received a Fulbright scholarship and will be coming to Sheffield to study at Sheffield Hallam University. I plan to attend Sheffield 1st ward while I am there. I will need to find housing for the time I am there. I plan to be in Sheffield from late September to some time in February. I am wondering if anyone can help me find housing for that time period. I am very excited about moving to England and living and studying in Sheffield. I am a high school librarian. I have never been to England or Europe and have always wanted to visit England. I am very excited about this opportunity.

  2. Sarah says:

    Wow! What a cool ward with such compassionate leaders! I plan on using some of the signs to help a boy in my class who doesn’t talk. He isn’t deaf, but is speech delayed.

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