I found the image above though, and think it would be fun to try for something similar. Even if I don't have the time to draw this myself, I could easily cut out pictures and place them around the world in a similar presentation.
Sing the song again. (Invite anyone that already knows it to sing it with you.) Ask the children to look at the picture and see how many of the words in the song are illustrated in the picture. This exercise makes them listen carefully to the lyrics of the song again.
(I wouldn't want to have quite as many pictures because I want to keep it simple enough for the children that the children are learning the song, not being distracted by the items that AREN'T in the song!)
I was thinking if I hand-drew the image right before class started, I could do something easy and fast like this:
The birds and bees and blossoms bring sweet messages to me.
A song of joy and love.
I sing, and sing, and sing, and sing
My thanks to God above.
For I have teachers kind and true, and parents who love me.