Come follow Me 2020, Oct 12-18, 3 Nephi 20-26, Free LDS primary lesson helps, Free printable's
Updated: Oct 10
Come follow Me- For Primary page 157 “Ask the children to show you what they do when they pray. What do they do with their arms? their heads? Their eyes? Explain that sometimes we want to talk to Heavenly Father, but we can’t kneel or close our eyes. What do we do? Read to the children from 3 Nephi 20:1...tell the children how you pray in your heart.”
Cut the strips and put them over the praying boy as you learn this scripture.
Paying Tithing Brings blessings.
Mitzi at comefollowmekid.com has a really cute tithing game that I want to play with my family.
Come Follow Me- For Primary page158 “If your classroom as a window; invite the children to look at it. What can come into the room when the window is open? Read 3 Nephi 24:10, and explain that when we pay tithing, the ”window of heaven” open, and blessings can come into our lives.”
Show the children 10 coins (or other small objects). Invite them-to count the coins with you. Testify that everything we have is a blessing from Heavenly Father. Separate one coin, and explain that when we pay tithing, we give back to our Heavenly Father.
For older children:
3 Nephi 25:5-6
Heavenly Father wants me to learn about my ancestors.
Come Follow Me- For primary page 158 “Read 3 Nephi 25:6, and invite the children to put their hands on their heart every time they hear the word ”heart.” Explain that Heavenly Father wants “the children”-all of us- to learn about and feel love for “the fathers” our parents, grandparents, and great grandparents.”
Tell the children about one of your ancestors who died without the opportunity to be baptized. Show a picture if possible. Bear your testimony that Heavenly Father loves this person, so He prepared a way for him or her to receive baptism through the work done in temples. Ask the children to find a phrase in 3 Nephi 25:6 that might describe how you feel about your ancestor.
Here is a family tree from last year.
A pedigree chart for older children.
Sing together "Families can be together Forever"
Sorry I didn't make an interactive primary song, it is way hard to wrap my brain around all the different kind of families out there that it just didn't work out. But you can build your own personal family from these paper dolls and sing the song together.
Teach the Doctrine;
3 Nephi 23:1,5
I can search the scriptures diligently.