Saturday, 16 May 2015

Christian Songs for Kids - Jesus Loves the Little Children



Do you find it hard to get visuals and recordings for different kids songs?


I have always found this a problem so I am now sharing songs that I have used with children providing you with



Visuals 
(Powerpoint or Picture or details of how you can make one) 


Words   
(chords also available)


Recording  
(mp3 or video to learn the song) 


Then if you would like to download the visual of the song there will be a link provided to my creation, or I will direct you to where else you can find it.   



This month I am taking the theme of



LOVE OF JESUS




The song I have chosen is 



JESUS LOVES THE LITTLE CHILDREN


I have been singing this song for so many years and so have many others.

Such a true song and a good one to teach the children how God loves them even though they are young and also just how God loves each one of us the same even if some people think we are different.





POWERPOINT











To Download a copy of this Powerpoint slide presentation for projecting    
CLICK HERE for (4:3)
CLICK HERE for (16:9)


To Download a copy of this visual for printing on A4 Card    
CLICK HERE for (A4)




WORDS

JESUS LOVES THE LITTLE CHILDREN

Jesus loves the little children
All the children of the world
Red and Yellow, Black or white
All are precious in His sight
Jesus loves the little children of the world


Jesus died for all the children
All the children of the world
Red and Yellow, Black or white
All are precious in His sight
Jesus died for all the children of the world


To Download a copy of these words with chords for guitar and piano 
CLICK HERE








ACTIONS

Jesus  -  Point up
Loves  -  Hold two hands over your heart
The little children   -  Hold hand palm down out in front of you
All the children of the world   -  Make large circle with your arms out in front of you
Red & Yellow, Black & white   -  Repeat last action
All are precious  -  Hug yourself with both arms
In His sight  -  Point up
Jesus  -  Point up
Loves  -  Hold two hands over your heart
The little children   -  Hold hand palm down out in front of you

Of the world   -  Make large circle with your arms out in front of you


Jesus  -  Point up
Died  -  Make cross sign using both hands, one straight up and one straight across
For all the children   -  Hold hand palm down out in front of you
All the children of the world   -  Make large circle with your arms out in front of you
Red & Yellow, Black & white   -  Repeat last action
All are precious  -  Hug yourself with both arms
In His sight  -  Point up
Jesus  -  Point up
Died  -  Make cross sign using both hands, one straight up and one straight across
For all the children   -  Hold hand palm down out in front of you

Of the world   -  Make large circle with your arms out in front of you




RECORDING








Notes:

I believe the Words are by C. Herbert Woolston & music by George F. Root

More information can be found HERE  &  HERE



I Hope you enjoy the song and this is a help to you.




Previous Songs:   

Creation  -    Who Made?
Easter  -    He's Alive
Prayer  -    Whisper a Prayer
Bible  -    I will Make you Fishers of Men

(Click on the names of the songs above to view them)





5 comments:

  1. I taught children's choir for years and love these songs!

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  2. Very nice! Thank you for all your hard work!
    Do you have the words for the song that goes-I've got Joy like a fountain?

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  3. I love singing this song with my kids. Thanks for sharing on Small Victories Sunday link up.

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  4. I will be playing this for my girls this morning. They LOVE singing! Well...the 1.5 year old just dances by shaking her shoulders :) She loves music though.

    Visiting from Women with Intention.

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  5. I love this! I've been teaching my 3-year-old some of my favorite songs from when I was in Sunday school. We love Jesus loves the little children. My little guy gets a kick out of saying all of the colors. I'm so glad I found your site on Women With Intention Wednesdays! :)

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