Saturday, April 30, 2016

{Valiant} Primary 4, Lesson 15

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LDS.org Primary 4, Lesson 15: Alma and Amulek's Mission to Ammonihah

 When we respond quickly to the word of the Lord, He helps us obey His commandments. Alma called the people to repentance and taught them of the need to prepare for the Savior’s coming. From Amulek’s experience with an angel, we learn that when we hear and obey the Lord’s call, blessings come to us and to others.

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Use these Jumbo Cut-outs to share the story of Alma and Amulek's mission.
(Note this set also includes characters for next week's lesson, 4-16)

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Friday, April 29, 2016

{CTR} Primary 2, Lesson 15

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LDS.org Primary 2, Lesson 15: Come, Follow Me

Here's a video of the story of the coat in the lesson with Heber J. Grant as a boy. It's such a great story!




Here's a great talk by President Henry B. Eyring that I just love about our Savior and His example for us to follow.
I loved this 12 ways that Jesus in our Example and I thought you could print this out and have a discussion on ways that we can follow His example of each of the ways. The download includes a full sheet, a sheet of 2, and a sheet of 4.

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Thursday, April 28, 2016

{Sharing Time} May Week 1

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Introduce the doctrine: Before Primary, write the sixth article of faith on the board. Ask the children to close their eyes. Tell them that after Jesus Christ died, the people became wicked and His gospel and priesthood were taken from the earth. Explain that this was called the Apostasy, and the people were in spiritual darkness—like having their eyes closed spiritually—until Jesus restored His Church through Joseph Smith. Hold up a picture of the First Vision, and tell the children to open their eyes. Help the children memorize the sixth article of faith by having them read it out loud together. Erase several words, and repeat until all of the words have been erased and the children have memorized the article of faith.

Encourage understanding: Make wordstrips for each of the duties in the chart shown below. Write the titles of the offices on the board as shown, and leave a blank column in the middle to represent the duties. Divide the children into five groups, and give each group one of the “Duties” wordstrips. Invite each group to place their wordstrip in the correct place on the board. Point out that the restored Church has the same kinds of leaders as the Church when Jesus Christ was on the earth.

Be sure to download the little ADORABLE finger puppets of the primitive and restored churches from LDS.org. 

Be sure to check out Sheena over at Little LDS Ideas, she has given a few ideas for using these little puppets.

This little church is how I learned about the Restoration when I was little. I'm not exactly sure what manual it's in but it's awesome!

Here's some ways to use it:
1)  Create a puzzle and cut out each section, separate Primary into groups and have them make the puzzle again
2) Have one poster up on the board and have a child come up and pick one of the phrases to put onto the Church then discuss.

Both sizes include a page with the words and one without depending on how you use it. And a list of the words for each size.

DOWNLOAD 11X14 HERE
DOWNLOAD 8X10 HERE






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Friday, April 22, 2016

{Valiant} Primary 4, Lesson 14

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This is one of my favorite stories in the Book of Mormon, it's such a great story of the power of repentance and how we can change by using our Savior's Atonement.





And be sure to go check out the journal page from Chicken Scratch n' Sniff!


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