Come Follow Me 2020, Enos- Words of Mormon, March 23-29
Updated: Mar 28
Wow! What a week. I'm trying to help 6 children with online school, it's been so crazy...to say the least. I'm kind of hoping we will all live through this. I told my husband I started this adventure with 6 kids, but when it's all over there may only be 4 (:
So that being said. I haven't had much time to plan or make printable's. I was only able to come up with a couple of lesson helps. I hope you enjoy them and your family stays heathy.
Come Follow Me-For Primary page 49 "Show a picture of Enos. Ask the children to talk about what is happening in the picture, and share Enos's experience with them. You could use: "Chapter 11:Enos"
Here is a interactive way to learn about Enos's Prayer, remember these come in black and white for those little artists.
Ask children to share things they like to talk about with their parents. Explain that praying to Heavenly Father is how they can talk to him.
First start by putting packaging tape over the picture of Heavenly Father, so the paper won't rip when you pull off the picture of the parents.
Then tape the picture of the parents over the top. This is how the kids will see it.
Talk to them about the things that they talk to you...their parents about. There is even a spot where they can draw their own. Have them match up the pictures.
Then pull off the the picture of the parents...surprise! We can feel as comfortable with our Heavenly Father and talk to him..(in our prayers) about the same things.
Come Follow Me- For Primary page 50 “Invite the children to close their eyes and imagine they are talking to Heavenly Father face to face. What would they like to talk about with Him? Invite the children to think about talking face to face with Heavenly Father each time they pray.”
Here is a coloring page:
Here is a recycled printable:
Here is another recycled activity, but you can play a matching game and talk about how you can pray for those people.
Words of Mormon 1:3-8
Come Follow Me- For Primary page 50 "Share a story from church magazines or from General conference message about someone who followed the promptings of the Holy Ghost. Or share one of your own experience."
Here is an old primary lesson about the Holy Ghost, has some really neat stories in it.
Here is a list of articles from the Friend Magazine about the Holy Ghost.
Here is an old sharing time about the Holy Ghost. I like that it talks about how the spirit can comfort us....which I think would be a great thing for children to hear about right now.
Here is Holy Ghost Clue, cards:
You can print them here.
Here is a treat for all of you stuck at home. This is a pretzel recipe that kids can help with. Get some clean paint brushes so they can paint the pretzels with egg whites.
Happy Sunday everyone!
Just finished our "home church", learned about Enos's prayer and we are going to make some pretzels.
Here are my girls painting their pretzels with egg whites, with clean paint brushes.
My oldest (16) was really excited for this, motivated by food, quadrupled the recipe...10 cups of flour! Ours turned out a little dry, we just added more water. He also made a yummy cheese sauce to dip the pretzel into. Little protein...called it lunch(:
Look ahead to Easter it may take a little preparation. Here is an Easter count down, that is intended to hold all the daily activities. It's going to be huge!
Here is the Link:
Take Care! Stay Healthy. God bless you all.