March 11-17 "These Twelve Jesus Sent Forth"
Updated: Mar 14, 2019
This was out of a Friend in 2018. If you missed it, you can print it here.
Unfortunately, to check your answers, you are going to have to go to the internet.
Didn't you love paper dolls as a kid? These ones the kids can draw themselves before they are cut out. I love the scripture with this.
I guess the one in the middle is Jesus, holding her and her sister's hands...looks like she got mad at her sister before she was done coloring(:
I love the picture in the book with the ox and the yoke, and I love the scripture. However, It was very hard to wrap my brain around making this activity. If you can image, it just didn't make sense of seem appropriate. Until the thought came to me that the image doesn't have to be our heads sticking out of a yoke. Ya I know, sometime I can be too literal when I imagine these things.(: But, it did come together and I love it.
Were you waiting for a sensory activity? Because here it is. Another scripture I absolutely love.
This is from the old primary books. It would be nice to add wiggly eyes or other fun embellishments, to spice this up.
The lesson talks about Jonah in the belly of a whale. Some kids might not know the story about Jonah.....I'm pretty sure my 5 year old does not. So here is a fun activity from the friend, for the retelling (or telling) of the story.
Does anyone remember the adds on the grocery store bulletin boards? Like "I mow lawns" and then a paper is sliced in strips so you can rip off the phone number and call them when you got to a phone. Wow, I'm old.
This activity is made so you can cut the lines in-between, and rip them off when completed.
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