I got called into primary last month. My husband, Craig, came up with the idea to have posters for the children so they can read the words as they sang, but also put pictures beside the words so the little ones can also feel like they can read some of the words.
With Fraser's input of using this cool software called Rasterbator, we are able to make our posters that I created into a big poster. The rasterized images can be printed and assembled into enormous (or smaller, if you prefer) posters.
After the printing, all I have to do is abit of cutting on 2 sides of the edge and glueing them together and voila! I have a massive poster for even the children at back can see.
First, you need to download the image that you want by clicking on the link of the song that you would like to print, then, with the picture that you want to download, click on the icon on the bottom right corner of the picture and save it to disk.
You can then make the poster by launching the Rasterbator software then follow their instruction and browse for the picture that you wanted to Rasterbate. (Sounds awful but that was what they named it.)
I also recently just found out that my printer can do poster print, I just need to change the properties of the printer when I want to print a poster and it can actually print it into 3 or 5 pages bigger without having to use the rasterbator software.
See the homokaasu.org/rasterbator website and do it yourself. I have put up the songs that I have done so far so everyone else can benefit.