Come follow me- for Primary 2021, D&C 23-26, March 8-14, Free LDS Primary lesson Helps and Prints.
Updated: Mar 14
I saw a meme that said something like this "A recipe blogger admitted to murder in the opening page of 12 different recipes, but no one ever found out because they never read what she wrote."
I had to laugh because that is so me, I just scroll down to the recipe. Who has time to read? So for all of you that will never read this I'm admitting to .......(pause for effect) not brushing my teeth this morning. I know gross. I usually exercise with minty gum, and this morning was an exercise morning. It's a good way to start my week...exercising...not the lack of brushing my teeth(:
Come Follow Me- For Primary "Show a picture of Emma Smith...invite the children to share what they know about her..."
The primary manual also suggests watching this:
(Just click on the picture)
Here is coloring page the children can color while they watch the movie.
A puzzle that covers D&C 25, I think this is one of my favorite sections.
Mitzi at comefollowmekid.com has some really fun ideas on her page for teaching this puzzle to younger kids. I highly recommend looking at it.
God wants me to pray and learn from the scriptures every day.
"Read to the children from D&C 23:6, beginning with "you must pray." Help them identify the different ways and places the Lord said we should pray."
So I read that scripture it says "pray vocally before the world as well as in secret, and in your family, and among your friends, and in all places." D&C 23:6 That is just amazing!
The "world" got me thinking about having the children travel to all the places they can pray. Like a passport to prayer!
If needed, explain to the children how to pray. A song about prayer, like "I Pray in Faith"
I loooove this song! I have used it for two of my printable's.
Read to the children, "Let your time be devoted to the study of the scriptures" (D&C 26:1). Tell them why you study the scriptures. Help them think of ways they can learn from the scriptures, even if they can't read yet.
Sing together "Search, Ponder, and Pray" (CSB, 109) or another song about prayer and scripture study. Help the children discover the blessings promised in the song. Tell them about spiritual feelings you have had when praying and reading the scriptures.
I finally made a video to show you how this song works.
Jesus loves "the song of the heart."
Invite each child to share his or her favorite hymn or church song, and sing some of them together. Read D&C 25:12 to the children, and invite them to imagine how Heavenly Father and Jesus feel when They hear us sing these songs.
I want to play "name that tune". I saw these whistle candies at the store and thought that would be a fun activity for my whole family. We have tried them, they really do work.
But I wanted to send it out to my Sunbeam also, so I made a printable with instructions.
For those of you who can't find these whistle candies (BTW they are usually at the small town grocery stores, similar to Macy's I think it's called Associated Food), I found this website that teaches you how to make a simple whistle from a straw.
(Just click on the picture to take you to the page)
Teach the children a song about singing, such as "Lift Up Your Voice and Sing" (CSB 252), or sing a song about Jesus Christ, such as "He Sent His Son" (CSB 34-35).
I love this, everyone can participate, in this song, just print in black and white so they can add their own individual touch.
Here is a fun singing time from my friend Sister Fillmore, some people say we look like sisters, I will claim her, but we are not(:
The Primary manual also suggest singing this song:
You can print this Here
The Emma puzzle is actually more for Senior primary then junior primary, and "name that tune" I'm doing with my whole family.
The primary manual does suggest for the Senior Primary to watch this:
Invite the children to discover what the Lord said to Joseph about his afflictions in D&C 24:1,8. How can we seek the Savior's help when we are having a difficult time?
To teach the children that sometimes we need to be "patient in our afflictions," you could show the video "Continue in Patience"
Ask the children to think of something they really want but have to wait for. Why does the Lord sometimes require us to have patience during challenging times in our lives? How does He let us know that He is "with us" during our afflictions?
Come Follow Me- for Primary “Read together D&C 25:13, and ask the children what it means in this verse to ”cleave unto the covenants” we make....review with the children the covenants we make when we are baptized.”
That is it for this week. Every week is my favorite(: Hope you are enjoying the study of Doctrine and Covenants. I am surprised how much I am loving it.
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