By Debbie Olson Debbie Olson: For anyone who thinks they may be teaching next year for the Old Testament you might want to get 2 plain, simple Styrofoam tombstones. When turn them over and use the back they make great #10Commandment tablets. 4 (27 minutes ago) Amy Jones Griffeth: not a bad idea (11 minutes […]
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Here is a packet to go along with February 2013 Sharing Time week 4 “If I keep the commandments, I can live with Heavenly Father again.”
Tabernacle and 10 commandment tablets is from the Institute manuals. Copyright 2011 Intellectual Reserve. Used by permission.
This black and white image, Stone Tablets, was donated by the artist, Chris Gunn. Click to read more about Chris.
I created this handout to help my students memorize the 10 commandments in Seminary. It has the scripture, the scripture with blanks, the scripture with first letters of each word, the magic squares reminders and the license plate. I folded this handout in half and laminated it so that the student could hold the side […]
For the 10 commandments lesson, I wrote the following chart on the board: 1 – Deuteronomy 5:1-8 2 – footnote f, D&C 68:25 3 – footnote b, Mormon 7:7, D&C 58:30 4 – Exodus 31:12-17, Deuteronomy 5: 12-15 5 – Deuteronomy 11: 8-9, 17, 21; Helaman 7:24 6 – footnote a 7 – 8 – […]
1. Divide the older children into groups to discuss rules that we should obey in our families, schools, church, and country. Have them consider the benefits of obeying the rules and the consequences of not obeying them (e.g., If everyone talks at once, no one will be heard). A member of each group could report […]