Not as I Will, but as Thou Wilt- June 10-16
Updated: Jun 12, 2019
This puzzle can help an older child learn a beautiful scripture, while assembling. I plan on doing this together as a family. And having a discussion about times in their life when they may have felt pain or temptations.
The Primary Manual suggests making a collage they can look at during sacrament meeting. Love, love, love it. Just think of the small motor skills going to work, cutting and glueing! This would be great to make during a primary lesson, but depending on time, the teacher might have to have the pictures cut out beforehand. The pages of the sacrament book, are the same questions asked in the Junior Primary lesson. But, it is great for family time too, even my big kids can ponder those questions while my little ones are being crafty. Do what is right for you.
Print on Card stock
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Copy on Cardstock
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We have two sets of pictures. The stories of Jesus, or What they know about Jesus. And...
..how they Know Jesus loves them. I'm hoping the kids can look at the pictures and decide what pictures mean something to them. They definitely don't have to use all of them, unless they want to.
The older kids need something for the sacrament, so I made a bookmark:
They print in sets of 4.
If you want to get your kiddos some kit kats Persnickety prints, has a free printable.
The next Printables, can be used in two ways. You can Print 2 of each page, and play a matching game. Or you can put them in a pillowcase or bag and have the kids draw them out. When it is something that we should not do, we put our thumbs down and say "Whan, whan whan." When it is good everyone puts their thumbs up and say "Dodity Do!"
Black and White Print Here
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I love that as a church we are so very focused on music. For young kids it is a spark that lights a testimony. I was thinking that you could cut out the hearts and pass them out for children to color, while you are teaching. Then at the end you sing the song and the children bring up their hearts when it is the part of the song. Or they can put them in the right order. You could also Print 2 and make a simple matching game.
Instead of a color by number, we have a "color by word." It can help kids, learn this scripture. In the Primary Manuel it talks about the kids learning from Jesus's example how to be more obedient. I chose this picture to go along with that principal.
Ideas from Grandma Sherry:
Take shapes and put them in this order:
Not My thine Will but be done thy mine Ask the kids if this sounds like something that Jesus would say. Why not?
Have them look up the scripture Luke 22:42 and check to see what Jesus really said.
Then give them the words Thine and Mine and put them in the right spot.
Talk about why we should be obedient and trust Heavenly Father just like Jesus did.
For those that would like to study these scriptures and have kids record their feelings and what they are learning.
Prints in sets of 2
I wanted to have a demonstration of getting baptized over and over again. Like when we renew our covenants every week.
Last one, Also an idea from Grandma(:
Hide the letters around the room. After all of them are found, read the clues and unscramble the letters.... see if they can figure out what we are talking about this week.
Free Lesson Plan:
This art was created by Sister Stacy Ferguson, for your personal use. Isn't it beautiful?
Hope you can use this as a resource to your own inspiration. You are amazing and know better than anyone what your kids need to hear. God bless you and Good Luck.
Por favor dígame si hay algún error en la traducción. Quiero hacerlo bien para ti.
Oculta las letras que rodean la habitación. Cuando hayan encontrado todas las letras, lean las pistas y descifren las palabras para descubrir lo que estamos aprendiendo esta semana.