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.

Videos of Songs

Click any of the links below to take you to a youtube video of the primary song named…

Stand for the Right

I am like a star

The Chapel Doors

Mother Dear

Jesus wants me for a sunbeam

If I Listen with my Heart

I will follow God\’s plan

As a child of God http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JF26O9gGFbw

I’m trying be like Jesus http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVRhuvn5F3c&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL


Please remember that because we are trying to teach the children Sign Language through songs, we try to use signs for the actual words that are said and we don’t re-phrase it as you would when interpreting. But to a deaf children in primary, they will still love and understand this way of doing things.


3 responses to “Videos of Songs

  1. Ellen says:

    Hi love the website.

    Can you post a BSL video for “If I listen with my heart” please?

    Thanks,

    Ellen

    • abipegg says:

      Thank you, I’m glad it’s been a use to someone else and not just our primary. Give me a little bit a time and I’ll have a video up soon. Thank you again

  2. kin-fun CHOI says:

    wonderful. I love this website. And I love the sign language. I want to learn more SL about primary songs.

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