Tag Archive: family unity

Simple Lesson to demonstrate how we can be “broken” by small things

Object Lesson

Bring a piece of rope to class. Give a piece of rope to a young woman. Ask her to try to break it using any method except cutting. Then illustrate to the class how the rope can be broken by breaking one strand at a time. (I personally think yarn would be the easiest item to use for this lesson. You can use this object lesson to teach about unity…
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Enduring together

Object Lesson

Tell the story of “The March of the Penguins” Talk about how the penguins had to endure together through the worst conditions in order to live. We as ward members will all go though hard times in our lives but if we can endure together our reward will be great. Like the penguins who’s reward is their offspring. I also had little chocolate penguins to hand out at the end…
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Coming Closer Together

Object Lesson

Teaches that as individuals move closer to the Savior, they also grow closer to each other. This is a good unity lesson. Place a picture of the Savior on the floor. Place the pictures of family or class members around that picture. Point out that as individuals move closer to the Savior, they also grow closer to each other. How can we move closer to the Savior? Why does our…
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Knit Together

Object Lesson

Demonstrate how two separate colors of yarn can be knit together to become stronger and more beautiful and useful than one. Have someone than can knit (or crochet) knit the yarn together while you read Mosiah 18: 21: “And he commanded them that there should be no contention one with another, but that they should look forward with one eye, having one faith and one baptism, having their hearts knit…
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