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{Sharing Time} Jesus Christ Is My Savior & Redeemer

Sharing Time Ideas from 2015 Primary Outline

ENCOURAGE UNDERSTANDING: Place pictures of the Last Supper, Christ in Gethsemane, the Crucifixion, and the Resurrection around the room. Point to the pictures and tell the children that these are events from the last week of the Savior’s life. Tell the children you are going to read a scripture that goes with one of the pictures. Ask them to silently think about which picture matches the scripture. Read Luke 22:13–14, 19–20. Have everyone stand and face the matching picture. Discuss what is happening in the picture. Repeat with the other pictures (Gethsemane: Luke 22:39–44; Crucifixion: Luke 23:33–34, 46; Resurrection: John 20:11–18). Sing a song such as “He Sent His Son” (CS, 34–35) or “To Think about Jesus” (CS, 71). Testify that Jesus died for us so that we can live with Heavenly Father again.

 Sharing Time Ideas from Little LDS Ideas

I found this from a previous post. I thought it would be a great way to begin your Sharing Time.

Ask the children these questions:

-What did your parents (or other family members) do for you when you were a baby that you could not do for yourself?

– What do your parents (or other family members) do for you now that you cannot do for yourself?

– Why do they do these things for you?

Explain that our parents and other family members are happy to do things for us that we cannot do for ourselves because they love us and want to help us.

Someone else loves us very much and was willing to do something for us that we could not do for ourselves. Before we came to this earth, Jesus Christ offered to be our Savior. That meant he was willing to die and be resurrected so that we could live again and return to our Father in Heaven. Jesus was the only person

with the power to do this for us. We could not do it for ourselves.



I decided to change up this week’s lesson just a little bit. It is very similar to the outline though. I hope you like it.
Activity
At the front of the room have a picture of Christ. Around the picture have my “Jesus Christ is my Savior & Redeemer” circles {pictured above}. On the back of each of the circles write each of the scriptures from the outline: {Luke 22:13-14, 19-20; Luke 22:39-44; Luke 23:33-34, 46; John 20:11-18}.
You will also need to place pictures of the Last Supper, Christ in Gethsemane, the Crucifixion, and the Resurrection around the room.

Invite a child up to the front and have them choose one of the circles. Have them read the scripture reference on the back. Read the scripture aloud and then have them walk to the picture that the scripture describes. When the correct picture is chosen have the child bring it to the front. Discuss what is happening in the picture.

Repeat until all pictures have been chosen.

Testifythat Jesus died for us so that we can live with Heavenly Father again.


If you don’t fee like printing out my circles you could simply write each scripture reference on a piece of paper and place them around the picture of Christ. But if you would like to use my circles, click the link below!


I hope you enjoy this week’s idea. Sorry it was so late! I would love to hear if you use my idea and how it went, so be sure to leave me a comment.
Thanks for stopping by. Have a wonderful day & a great Sharing Time!

{Sharing Time} Forgiveness Brings Peace

By [email protected] (Sheena Perron) Identify the doctrine(seeing an object lesson): Ask the children how they might feel if someone pushed or hit them. Hold up a big rock and tell the children that it represents those hurt feelings. Place the rock in a long sock. Invite a child to come to the front of the room, and tie the sock to his or her ankle. Ask the child to walk…
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{Sharing Time} Forgiveness Brings Peace


Identify the doctrine(seeing an object lesson): Ask the children how they might feel if someone pushed or hit them. Hold up a big rock and tell the children that it represents those hurt feelings. Place the rock in a long sock. Invite a child to come to the front of the room, and tie the sock to his or her ankle. Ask the child to walk around. Discuss how hanging on to bad feelings will drag us down. Explain that when we forgive people who hurt us, we let those bad feelings go. Let the child untie the sock. Ask the children to say, “Forgiveness brings peace.”

Encourage understanding(hearing scripture stories): Several days in advance, ask leaders or teachers to be prepared to share one of the following scripture stories about forgiveness:

1. Jesus forgives on the cross (see Luke 23:13–34).

2. Nephi forgives his brothers (see 1 Nephi 7:6–21).

3. Joseph forgives his brothers (see Genesis 37; 41–45).

Divide the children into three groups. Send each group to a different part of the room (see “Stations,” TNGC, 179), where a leader or teacher will briefly discuss the scripture story he or she prepared to share. After each group has visited each station, sing the first verse of “Help Me, Dear Father” (CS, 99).

Sharing Time Idea from Little LDS Ideas

Today I am sharing a Thanksgiving themed idea, hope you don’t mind.

{Sharing Time} Forgiveness Brings Peace
For this sharing time idea you will be using my ‘Tom the Turkey’ printable.

First you will need to Print out a ‘Tom‘ (printable found HERE) and cut out some feathers. I just used some scrapbook paper and cut out some feathers.

On each of Tom’s feathers write one of the scripture stories from the scripture references given in the outline. If you have more than 3 feathers you could write down different scripture references that talk about forgiveness and/or scenarios that the children can answer what they would do in that situation:

“Your brother called you a name and it really hurt your feelings.”

“Your friend said that she didn’t like you anymore.”

Something like that.

I LOVE the ‘Identify the Doctrine’ activity found in the outline, so I would use that as your opening. After you have done the activity and discussed forgiveness…show the children ‘Tom’ and tell them that today Tom is going to help during Sharing Time.

Tell the children that on the back of Tom’s feathers are different scripture stories, scriptures, scenarios, etc. They are going to take turns ‘plucking’ a feather from Tom and discussing whatever is on the back of each feather.

A Different Way to Play:

Who Am I:For this idea you will need to come up with 3-4 clues for each scripture story. Have the clues written/typed on separate pieces of paper.

 The child that ‘plucks’ a feather will be giving the remaining primary children clues to get them to guess who the person is.

On the back of each feather have one of the names from the scripture stories in the outline (Nephi, Joseph, Jesus Christ). Have the child show you which name they picked and then have them read the clues one at a time. Have the children raise their hand when they think they know who the person is.

After the children have guessed correctly discuss the scripture story.

And that’s it! Two easy ideas for you to pick from for your Sharing Time this Sunday.

Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day & a great Sharing Time!

{Sharing Time} Forgiveness Brings Peace

{Sharing Time} The Sabbath Is A Day Of Rest And Worship

Downloaded from: http://littleldsideas.blogspot.com/2014/08/sharing-time-sabbath-is-day-of-rest-and.html Sharing Time Ideas from 2014 OutlineIDENTIFY THE DOCTRINE(unscrambling words): Give each class an envelope containing nine pieces of paper with one of the following words written on each: The Sabbath is a day of rest and worship. Ask them to put the words in the correct order. Discuss the meaning of “rest” and “worship.” Repeat the phrase together. (Click here for printable from lds.org)ENCOURAGE UNDERSTANDING(discussing scriptures): Write…
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Because Jesus Christ Was Resurrected, I Will Be Too!: 3Rd Week Sharing Time Idea For March 2013

Downloaded from: http://littleldsideas.blogspot.com/2013/03/because-jesus-christ-was-resurrected-i.html IDENTIFY THE DOCTRINE (hearing a story): Use the illustration from page 123 in the nursery manual (see instructions on page 121) to tell the story of the Resurrection (see John 19:41–42; 20:1, 11–18). Explain that when Jesus Christ was resurrected, His body and spirit were reunited; this made it possible for everyone to be resurrected. Have the children say, “Because Jesus Christ was resurrected, I will be too.”ENCOURAGE UNDERSTANDING (discussing…
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Savior Bookmark

This bookmark was submitted by Dana Y. to accompany Young Women Manual 1, Lesson 23: Forgiveness. It has the following quote overlaid on an image of the Savior: “Biblical history tells us that no mortal man has ever been subjected to the humility, the pain, the suffering that were experienced by the Savior of the world during his final hours of mortality. “Following a number of false charges, he was…
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Keep the Sabbath day Holy – Sabbath Sundae

Object Lesson

Items Needed: A bowl of ice cream Delicious topping for the ice cream Ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise Lesson Idea: Begin by showing your participants a bowl of ice cream. Ask what kinds of topping they like on their ice cream. (Chocolate, caramel, whipped cream, etc.) Now place the delicious topping on the ice cream and ask who would like to eat some. (Most should.) Pull out your bottle of ketchup…
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