Singing Styles Spin Wheel & cards

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A great tool for any LDS primary chorister, this little spin wheel graphic has 14 different ways to sing. It's original size is 10 x 10 inches. If you choose to get a square print made of it, it can fit on top of a 12 x 12 piece of scrapbook paper to make a spinner. If you want to print it at home, you can resize it to 8x8 to fit a standard sheet of paper.

If a spin wheel is not your thing - these singing styles come in card form too. All you have to do is print them and cut them out. I made them long and skinny because I know that many Choristers use cups to hold objects to be 'picked' by the kids. Also, If you want to hold them like a fan in your hands, you can still see what they are.

Several Singing Styles have musical terminology with them to help kids learn a little bit of theory.

These images were hand illustrated by me, scanned at 300 dpi and saved as jpeg files ready to print.



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So cute! Used them in n Sunday, and they were a hit
May 1, 2018 by Lisa Weight
Feb 23, 2018 by Briar Hill
Excited to use this for primary!!
Oct 23, 2017 by jarodstewart98
Oct 10, 2017 by hgunther
The kids love these! .
May 27, 2017 by Kelsey Sorenson

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I am grateful that so many people seem to like my drawings. I love to make people happy and I love that I can do that with my artwork . Heavenly Father has blessed me in this regard beyond my ability to contain it! While I would love to do custom work, the demand on my time has become too great. In an effort to keep my life balanced and to keep my family my top priority I have made the prayerful decision that I no longer do custom work.