About a year ago I blogged about the Top 5 Upbeat Worship Songs for Kids. The kids still love those songs, and we still use them during our services, but I thought it was about time to post about some new worship songs we are introducing right now. I have already taught some of these songs to the kids, and I’m excited to share the others with them soon. I have created videos with the choreography I came up with for each song. Also, I have included some fun lyric videos to go with the songs.
1. Endless Praise – Planetshakers
This is a song I have already introduced to two different groups of kids. I like it because the motions are easy and the song is reasonably repetitive. It’s a nice transition song to use between a crazy jumping song and a slower worship song. Check out the motions below.
2. Dance – Planetshakers
This is a really fun song to use as an opener to get the kids pumped up for worship. The chorus is mostly jumping around and sweating a lot. We heard this at our kid’s convention this year, and the kids loved it. I can’t wait to introduce it to all of the kids soon. Check out the motions below.
3. This Is Our Time – Planetshakers
This is a very high energy song that is sure to get the kids excited about worship and burn at least 100 calories. Start stretching and warming up now! It is very catchy and a lot of fun. Check out the motions below.
4. Deep Cries Out – Bethel
I have already introduced this song to the kids and they love it. I think the best part about this song is the “cha cha slide” like part at the end. You can choose to jump or not during this song depending on how high energy the other songs in your set are. Check out the motions below.
5. Praise You Lord – Planetshakers
This is my favorite transition song right now. It is still very upbeat, but has such a worshipful feel and lyrics that it gives you a great transition into your slower worship time. I may have gotten my worship on all by myself in the living room while choreographing this one. Check out the motions below.
What worship songs are your kids loving right now? Share your favorites in the comments!