Come Follow Me -For Primary, March 15-21, D&C 27-28, Free LDS primary lesson helps, and printable's.
Updated: Mar 16, 2021
Come follow Me- For Primary "Show the children a picture of Jesus giving the sacrament to His Apostles. What might it be like to to take the sacrament with the Savior?"
"Help the children think of things they can do to remember Jesus during the sacrament."
We made this book a couple years ago to help with reverence during the sacrament. It has been wonderful. The download comes with a set of little pictures, but they can pick which ones mean something special to them, and glue those ones on the pages.
Come follow Me- For Primary "Show the children a picture of armor...As you read D&C 27:15-18, help the children find the pieces of armor in the picture. Tell how the armor of God has helped you "withstand the evil day"(verse 15).
If your kids like to dress-up, this is a fun way to teach this.
You can download the life size Armor Here.
Black and White Armor Here
Be sure to check out Mitzi's lesson plans at Comefollowmekid.com
Something to read as you add the different pieces:
Do the children you teach know why we have prophets? Use D&C 28 to help them know that the prophet is the only one who can lead the church.
Add velcro and make this a file folder game. Also great for General Conference.
A good song for this weeks lesson:
Print this Here
Speaking of General Conference....this goes along with this lesson, but also prepares for the up coming conference.
Download this Here
For older children, to help them stay focused during the sacrament.
Here is a movie about putting on the armor of God, I watched this in seminary, just a couple years ago (;
D&C 28:1-7, 15
Heavenly Father guides me through the Holy Ghost.
Relate the story of Hiram Page claiming to receive revelation for the church:
(Just click on the picture)
Remember to check out the Easter Activities, it comes with a count down, so it take some planning.
Have a great week!
Português - Clique aqui
Para el Libro sacramental en español, vaya aquí:
Para el tamaño de la vida, armadura de vestir en español, ir Aquí: