I've noticed over the past 10-12 years that as adults in the traditional hymn singing churches, some really don't mind the occasional chorus. But, for most it would be okay if we didn't sing choruses at all. We tolerate the praise and worship choruses. Maybe not your church, but, there are some of those churches that allow their children's music program to be filled with contemporary music. Much of the music they would not tolerate in the adult worship service is being taught to the children. We let them sing in the worship service and say to each other, "Oh, are'nt they so cute." They are, and they are also very impressionable. We just finished up VBS. When I first heard the music, I thought of Michael Jackson's Thriller. Our pastor is 78 yrs old and strongly opposes anything outside the hymnal for the most part. However, he said he loved the VBS music. As the children sang a few of the songs from VBS on Sunday morning, I actually saw people clapping, patting the pews, moving their heads and stomping their feet. These are not actions they would take themselves while singing hymns or the occasional chorus. Why are we teaching our kids music that we do not find acceptable in our worship services. If you cram praise and worship into them up to 5th grade, what kind of music will they want to listen to in the youth group. No wonder the youth are bored with just singing hymns. We've programmed them to be that way.