Come Follow Me 2020, April 27-May 3, Mosiah 7-10 "In the Strength of the Lord. Primary lesson helps
Updated: May 3, 2020
I usually always start out with Junior Primary printable's because, to be honest they are just cuter. But, I'm throwing you a curve ball this week, and starting with a Senior Primary Map Puzzle of Mosiah 7-10
If you don't want to do all the printing and cutting, or if you just need help teaching this, you can watch this YouTube.
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The Primary Manual starts out by saying "God helped people in the scriptures, and He can help me."
Mitzi from comefollowmekid.com has some cute ideas of : act out picking up little manna's and putting them in the right order to complete this message.
Junior Primary with Sister Daniels
Come Follow Me- For Primary page 65 King Limhi's people were in trouble, so he shared a story to help them have faith:
Read Mosiah 7:33 to the children, and help them understand what the verse teaches us to do to receive help from the Lord.
Come Follow Me- For Primary page 66 "Read Mosiah 8:17, and ask the children to put on their "glasses" each time they hear the word "seer."
Explain that God has given us prophets and that one of the roles of a prophet is to be a "seer" because he can "see" things to come. Share some things that prophets have seen and revealed to us.
Here is a coloring page to help with this discussion:
Make paper footprints, and draw on them pictures of things that prophets have counseled us to do. Place the footprints in a path around the room, and describe the pictures. Let the children take turns acting as a prophet and guiding the other children in following these footprints.
Here is a prophet song:
Come Follow Me- For Primary page 67 "We sustain the First Presidency and the Twelve Apostles as prophets, seers, and revelators. How can you tach the children about the value of prophets?
Here is a fun matching game, when someone has made a match then you read about that Apostle.
They can be printed Here
If you are a primary teacher and you would like to send a little note through the mail to you kids, Here are some cute cards:
Hope you all have a great Day!