Easter Primary Singing Time Resurrection Eggs

Downloaded from: My husband and I recently attended the BYU Museum of Art Carl Bloch art exhibit. It had many religious paintings from Bloch and others called “SACRED GIFTS”. The link is HERE. It was very moving. There were many paintings of the savior during the time of his crucifixion and resurrection. It is free. Go see it if you are in Provo during the next month. My favorite…
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Easter Story In Eggs

Downloaded from: Egg #1: (palm) Jesus rode into Jerusalem and the people waved palm branches. Matthew 21:1-11Egg #2: (cotton ball with cologne on it) Mary poured perfume on Jesus’ feet. John 12:3Egg #3: (bread) Jesus shared the Last Supper with His disciples. Matthew 26:26Egg #4: (coins) Judas betrayed Jesus for 30 pieces of silver. Matthew 26: 14-15Egg #5: (a thorny stick) Soldiers placed a crown of thorns on Jesus’…
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Resurrection Easter Eggs Singing Time

Downloaded from: The Resurrection of Christ….the greatest event to ever take place for us….I have SO loved this idea since getting it once in Relief Society in a lesson on the great sacrifice of our Savior and His Atonement. I have used this around the Easter dinner table in my family. I’ve used it teaching teenagers in Sunday School and in a Family Night. And I’ve reused it in…
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Downloaded from: What happens when we are resurrected?I brought in some props and  divided the class up into groups.Each group was to come up with a mini lesson on the resurrection using the props, and complete ahand out of questions taken from Matthew 28: 1-10 and Matthew 27: 53-53Then one spokesperson from each group camp up and gave the mini lesson. I love days like these. The class gets immersed in the…
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Matthew 27 Questions

These are the questions I wrote for our quiz game in Matthew 27. === SCORING === Questions asked of everyone are worth 1 point. Questions answered in the face-off round are worth 5 points. Sometimes there are follow-up bonus questions also worth 5 points. === GAME PLAY === Students were grouped in 4 sets of 4 around each of four buzzers. I read the questions, and the first person to…
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