LDS Object Lessons

LDS Object Lessons

LDS Object Lessons

An object lesson is a short lesson idea, often used as lesson opener or attention-getter during a Sunday School, Seminary, Young Women, or other lesson.

“The first five minutes of the lesson makes all the difference,” said Brother Beecher, who works as a principal for Seminaries and Institutes of Religion. “You need an attention getter.”

Whether it is a simple object lesson, question, or activity, something that brings the class together—getting students out of their own world and into the world of the teacher—will set the tone for the rest of the class. From there, they are able to create an environment that invites the Spirit and allows students to participate. (Ask Good Questions to Get Students to Participate During Class)

Our collection includes well over 300 LDS object lessons:


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