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Helaman 1-16

 Helaman 1-5 Had to combine this day due to snow. We continued with March Madness.  Kids shared “what did you learn”s with the class from the reading. On the board I wrote the following words: trolling, bullying, picking, teasing, joshing, joking, criticizing, gossiping, ridiculing, make fun of, judging I opened with a short discussion about what God sounds like (Helaman 5:28-31) and what that teaches us about God.  One point…
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{Sharing Time} The Prophets Foretold That Jesus Christ Would Come To Earth.

Downloaded from: http://littleldsideas.blogspot.com/2013/11/sharing-time-prophets-foretold-that.html Sharing Time Ideas from the 2013 OutlineENCOURAGE UNDERSTANDING (reading scriptures): Display pictures of Isaiah, Nephi, King Benjamin, Abinadi, Alma, and Samuel the Lamanite from the Gospel Art Book and the Primary 4 picture packet. Divide the children into groups and give each group one of the following scriptures to look up:(1)Isaiah 7:14; 9:6;(2) 1 Nephi 11:14–15, 20–21;(3) Mosiah 3:5–8;(4) Mosiah 15:1;(5) Alma 7:10–12; and(6) Helaman 14:1–3.Ask the children to…
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Using Art to teach the Gospel

Seminary Mom is big on hands-on activities, something I think is very important. Here are a couple of her ideas for using art to teach different messages in the scriptures: Principles to Live by (Helaman 15-16) Malachi 3 Principles to Live By Today our scripture block was Helaman 15-16. Using the manual I introduced several of the important discussion points for the lesson today. To start off, we read the…
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Prophets testify of Jesus Christ

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Karen Ashton, “Sharing Time: The Prophets Testify of Jesus Christ’s Birth,” Friend, Dec 1997, 14 Behold, I am Jesus Christ, whom the prophets testified shall come into the world (3 Ne. 11:10). From the time of Adam, righteous men looked forward to the birth of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. The prophets taught that Jesus Christ would come to save all of Heavenly Father’s children from death. They also…
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