Friday, November 13, 2015

2015 Primary Song Snowflakes

Back by popular demand!  Print out the document linked at the bottom of the page, fold, and cut out the patterns.  Glue snowflakes to heavy paper or card stock to reinforce and show contrast.  Use in one of the following ways... or find your own.

-Display the snowflakes on the blackboard.  Write the names of the songs on the board.  Ask the children to match the flake with the title, then sing the song.
-Have Junior Primary choose a flake.  Tell them the name of the song that it represents.  Ask them to tell you how the shapes symbolize the themes in the song.  Sing.
-Display the flakes around the room.  Have the children choose one at a time and think of a song which corresponds to the shapes in the flake.

For the previous two years' flakes, click here and here or download the document with all three years' flakes at the bottom of the page. Keep in mind, I've suggested songs that I think will work well, but since I've used very basic symbols, there could be many options that will fit.  

Chapel and "I"
"I Belong to the Church of Jesus Christ"

Arrows with two sets of footprints
"Come, Follow Me"

Mangers and star

"The Holy Ghost"


Christ and Hearts
"I Know That My Savior Loves Me."

For this year's snowflakes:
For all three years:
(Coming Soon)


  1. How in the world do you make these?!? They are so beautiful and so much fun to make for our primary. Thank you for sharing them, I really am in awe of you talents!

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  2. Wow, every year you raise the bar! These are awesome!

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  3. LOVE these. You are amazing. Thanks or sharing!