Come Follow Me 2020, April 13-19, Mosiah 1-3
Updated: Apr 16
Here is a fun King Benjamin lacing card for toddlers.
If you have popsicle sticks or sticks or any kind, you can turn this into a sensory activity.
Come Follow Me- For Primary page 57 "Invite the children to repeat the following sentence ...."When ye are in the service of your fellow beings ye are only int he service of your God" (Mosiah 2:17).
Here is a fun puzzle that can help teach the scripture.
Testify that when we help others, we are also helping Heavenly Father and Jesus and making Them happy. Ask the children to share ways they can help others.
Have this printable assembled and read about making Jesus and Heavenly Father happy. Then have the child(ren) pull the arrow for a surprise.
Sing together a song about service, such as "When We're Helping"
Print this Here
Explain that King Benjamin taught that all of our blessings come from Heavenly Father. Invite the children to listen for blessings Heavenly Father has given us as you read Mosiah 2:21. What other blessings has Heavenly Father given us?
If you want to pass something around like the primary manual suggests. I think the song I am Glad for Many Things is a really easy one to learn.
Here is a interactive song about the things we are grateful for.
There is also a second verse with a little girl, that you can print HERE.
Here is a girl from the Philippines singing this song:
For more amazing primary music videos go to:
Angel told King Benjamin important truths about the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Look at these verses for truths about Jesus that you feel are important for the children to learn.
Here is a tour page, that helps teach this:
Draw a sun at the top of the board to represent heaven. Draw several paths that lead to different places around the board but only one path leads to heaven. Ask the children to find the path and place a picture of Jesus on it.
Here is a fun way to do this at home, the kids can color the paths to help them find the correct one.
Write on the board phrases from Mosiah 2:16-17 with some words missing. Invite the children to look in the scriptures for the missing words.
Come Follow Me- For Primary page 59 "Give children strips of paper to write down ways they can serve their family members, and give each child a bag to place the papers in. Encourage the children to pick a strip of paper out of the bag each day and do that act of service for someone."
Here is an envelop/bag:
Here are some strips:
Mitzi at comefollowmekid.com has a really cute lesson this week, and additional ideas to go with the bag.
Here is an idea from April Hacker. You have the child string hearts (ideas of service) onto some yarn and when they have done it, they can rip it off.
For older children that like the idea of "secret service", here is some service punch cards.
You can print this here, along with many other Secret Service ideas.
Draw two people on the board- one to represent the "natural man" and another to represent a "saint" (You may need to define these terms.)
This is a good scripture to learn. Just cut up the "saint" looking guy and put him over the top of the natural man.
Yay! It's Junior Primary with Sister Daniels. If you want your kiddos to have a more interactive learning print off and assemble the King Benjamin with the Angle and the interactive song with the little boy.
Thank You Sister Daniels for your Service!
I was thinking about the Senior Primary kids, and made a video for them.
If you want to you can have the activity printed and cut out so the children in your family can do the activity right along with me.
We did the tower and the tent for our morning Scripture study, that is why everyone looks so tired(: We built the fort before we went to bed, the kids loved it and had online school in it the next day.
Hang in there! I bought 2 cans of Chili beans at the store this week! Things are actually getting closer to feeling normal again(:
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