Friday, December 3, 2010

Christmas Songs!

I know some of you have already begun singing Christmas songs, but I am just getting started this Sunday!

Here's two flip charts I made for this month:

You can download and print your own copy by clicking
or you can email me at and I'll send you the PDF.

Below are samples of the two flip charts. Don't try to download them from the images's more trouble than it's worth. Easiest to click on the links above or email me. 

                                                                                                                                   For the When Joseph Went to Bethlehem flip chart, print on card stock (on one side only), then laminate and bind across the top edge.

                                                                                                                                   For the Samuel Tells of the Baby Jesus flip chart, print on card stock (on both sides of the paper). Next laminate, and bind on the left side.

Have fun!


  1. Thanks for taking the time to make these 2 Christmas flip charts. We're singing 3 songs in Sacrament on the 12th & have worked on those specific songs only. So it'll be nice to add more Christmas songs to singing time next week. These charts will definitely be useful! Thanks so much:)

  2. You rock girlfriend. Thanks for saving my hiney. I'm subbing in primary for a few weeks and the kids were just not getting the Joseph song. So we switch to the Samuel song. I just found out this morning that some crazy person actually wrote a program and they need the Joseph song. Soooo, I have all of ONE, count 'em, ONE, singing time to rework Joseph. Your flip charts are genious. Thanks for sharing all you hard work.
    Allisha Price Larsen

    P.S. You just look way too gorgeous to be a grandma.

  3. Tiffany, glad to be of help!

    Allisha!!! Oh, my dear friend! So nice to get a visit from you here and so fun to share! I always have struggled with teaching "Joseph" to the little ones, but they really seemed to respond with the pictures, and explanations of what's going on in them. Let me know how your program goes, and share any brilliant ideas, I'm sure you've got enough to write your own blog! Love you!

  4. Beautiful charts! Is there a way to just have the pictures and not the words? Did you prepare these in a Word format or Power Point? Thanks!