Administrative aids

Here are some links to my paperwork:

  • My worksheet to figure out/remember my Sunday plan: here
  • My sheet to give to the pianist on Sunday: here

“Sunday Primary Song Schedule” is the sheet I print out for the pianist. I’ve been thinking about putting it in a sheet protector or laminating one and using wet-erase markers on it instead of printing out a new one each week.

 *Note: on the above sheets I have listed all the song choices for wiggles/birthdays/welcome and I highlight or circle the ones we’re doing.

  • Mini sheet in case I’m in a hurry or the conductor wants a sheet: here
  • 2013 Year at a glance: here
I put this in the back cover of my 3-ring binder and then I can glance at it to see what we’ll be working on for the next few weeks. Sometimes I just need a quick reminder of what next week’s sharing time lesson will be so I can correlate my singing time with it, and sometimes I need the reminder that next week is a holiday and lots of kids will be out of town.
  • Songs the Primary Knows: here

“Songs the Primary Knows” is a document I print out and keep in my folder. Whenever we sing a song in primary (learning it for the program or as opening song, etc) then I’ll write in the date and how well they sang it on this sheet. That way I can look at the sheet and easily pick out songs that the kids need to work on. I also highlight songs that I think they should know–and then I work on them until the kids know them. When I get released this will be a treasure to the new chorister.

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2 thoughts on “Administrative aids

  1. […] I’ve fixed up some of my paperwork for the new year! Here’s a link to the page where I keep my updated paperwork: https://musicofprimaryimportance.wordpress.com/administrative-aids/ […]

  2. Penney's Worth says:

    Very nice, some I will use, others I will give to the person for that area 🙂 So nice of you to share!

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