Friday, September 2, 2011

In My Heart ~ Psalm 100:1-3

Shout {Psalm 100:1-3} is #4 from Seeds of Praise.


Full Page Verse Printable… image

Verse Mini Book {which could also be cut into mini flash cards to have kids put the verse in order}…  image

Copy Work Tracers {print & cursive}  image

Copy Work Sheets…  image

Full Verse Coloring Pages… image

Seeds Family Worship printables here!

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Simple verse cards from Seeds, and also a verse memorization checklist can be found here on their site!



Our Family for His Glory said...

I'm always so thankful you share these!! Thank-you! We LOVE Seeds Family Worship at our house! :)

Calandra Murphy said...

 We did the first two CDs last year at co-op. This year I'm leading the 4th-5th grade Bible class and I'm so glad to have found these visuals to help me! We do one song each week. I'm glad to see we will have one more week of help! Thank you!

Question-The kids have noticed that there are a few differences between the seeds verse and the visuals. Example, Psalm 148 song, last card doesn't say commanded like the song. Is there a reason you change a few of the words?

Regardless, they have been a blessing.

Valerie McClintick said...

Hi Calandra-

Thanks for the heads up on this verse.

The issue with that specific printable is  that Seeds uses the NIV 1984 version, and I accidently made some verses with the 2010 NIV version when it came out.
(the joy of new versions eh?)

It's a total mistake, and I'm going to get it changed and I'll email ya when it's up!

If you find another please let me know, I made a lot of them this way accidently and tried to go back and catch them all but of course there are always a couple that slip through!

As far as other "differences" you might find between Seeds Songs, and the printables:

There are bible verses that aren't completly sung with Seeds Songs, but with the printables I usually try to include the entire verse (if it's not gigantic).

I just started it this way with the intention of teaching children the bible verse as opposed to the song,
and I'll probably keep this a consistant feature throughout the rest of the printables.

It also helps tie in with the copywork and other wouldn't want to copywork the song, you would want to copywork the actual verse.

So while some of the Seeds printables aren't the exact script of the song,they are intended to be the exact bible verse that is being sung.

(Unless of course I made a typo or version error like above)
You can always email me directly if you find an error:

I LOVE the help!

I hope that makese sense?
And again, sorry if it's confusing, but I'm glad you asked.


Valerie McClintick

Heather Y said...

I just discovered your printables and love them - I tried going to the Seeds page to get the checklist but it appears that the link is broken.  Is there an updated link?
Thanks for all you do!  Fantastic!