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“Delectable Danish” How does that title capture your attention or interest? This class could be all about making Danishes, delicate breads, braided cheese breads and other delicious delicacies that your average person doesn’t know how to make. Even though this is an interesting topic and a wonderful art to learn, the title caught your eye. Now if I was to call this class “Basic Pastry dough’s and desserts”, of course…
Students will see the outline of the body and be told their testimony has died. It is then up to them to search and discover the “clues” as to what caused the death of their testimony. Clues such as gossiping, lying, drinking, etc are placed around the room. Example: We wrote things about a fictitious youth on a crumbled up piece of paper for the gossiping clue.
Give a few volunteers a toothbrush and towel. Have people in the class say things that help them live the gospel or keep the sabbath day. For each thing said, spread some toothpaste on the brushes till its overflowing and then have the people brush with it. Their mouths will be overflowing with paste! Then say “well, they have brushed with enough paste to last all week, they wont have…
Ring the tuning fork, play the same note on the piano. Ask if the piano is in tune with the tuning fork. Ask why or why not? (piano hasn’t been tuned, humidity, time between tunings, etc.) Make the connection that we need to do certain things to keep ourselves in tune with the Holy Spirit, i.e. prayer, scripture study, church attendance, etc.
See how easily this stalk of celery took on the color of water in which it was sitting? Small children are just like that stalk of celery. They take on all the characteristics of the family around them. Is your home colored with anger, yelling, sarcasm, and criticizm? Or is your home colored with patience, cooperation, soft tones and laughter? Children will absorb examples they receive at home. You can…