Come Follow Me 2020, May 18-24, Mosiah 25-25, LDS Primary Lesson Helps, Free Printable's
Updated: May 17
Help the children role-play forgiving one another. Ask one child to pretend that he or she has done something to hurt or offend another child. What can the other child say or do to show forgiveness?
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Invite the children to draw a sad face on one side of a paper and a happy face on the other side. Ask them to hold up the sad face while they tell about an experience when a sibling or friend made them upset. Ask them to hold up the happy face while they tell they have forgiven or will forgive that person.
Here are bunch of prints to help teach this:
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Come Follow Me- For Primary page 78 "Briefly tell the conversion of Alma the Younger and the sons of Mosiah, as described in Mosiah 27:8-37. For help see "Chapter 18: Alma the Younger Repents" https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/media-library/video/2010-12-18-chapter-18-alma-the-younger-repents?lang=eng
Here is a fun printable for telling the story:
It comes in black and White, if you want to make it into a coloring activity for your family.
Sing a Song about sharing the gospel, such as "I Want to be a Missionary Now"
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Come Follow Me- For Primary page 79 “Invite the children to make a list of words from Mosiah 27:8-10 that describe what Alma and the sons of Mosiah were like before their conversion. Then ask them to make another list from Mosiah 27:32-37 that describe what they were like afterward.”
Here is a coloring page and a place to make a list.
Here is another idea, show the first Alma the Younger and read the scriptures, then take the second Alma, cut on the lines and as you read the scriptures and put them over the top of the "wicked Alma". Then read verses 24-29 about how the Savior makes it possible for such a big change (repentance to happen). I'll have a YouTube lesson on this. So if this is confusing, just watch that(:
Come Follow Me- For Primary page 79 “Ask the children to draw a bridge on the board, and share the statement quoted by Thomas S. Monson.....Erase (remove) part of the bridge, and ask the children to help you rebuild it, piece by piece, as they share ways they can extend forgiveness to others. Invite them to think of someone they need to forgive.”
Here is a bridge, that you can draw or write on as you rebuild it.
If that is too little and you want it bigger for more interaction. Here is is bigger:
Puente más grande para más interacción