Tag Archive: LDS Sunday School
By [email protected] (Pam Mueller) On Monday Sept. 22, we had treats to celebrate Joseph Smith receiving the gold plates on Sept. 22, 1827. Rice krispy treats shaped like gold plates Do a google search for directions. Basically, make rice krispy treats, cut into small rectangles, Melt chocolate (I used chocolate melts that are used in making chocolates. you can find them at any craft store or Walmart) This treat went…
I know teachers with problems showing videos in church all over the world. The church typically relies on the very lowest bandwidth residential connections it can get, which causes problems for a media-hungry curriculum like Come Follow Me. The Come Follow Me site has a page that teaches you how to avoid the bandwidth crush as several teachers try to display the same videos during class at the same time….
If you’re looking for ways to review General Conference in Family Home Evening, Young Women, Sunday School, or Seminary class, you’ve come to the right place. These ideas are mostly from Seminary teachers, but you can use them in many different situations: 1. Fantasy General Conference For Fantasy General Conference, students make guesses about who will be conducting which session, when each apostle will speak, what new temples might be…
Here’s the pride cycle of the Nephites with the way of breaking free from it (remembering God) from Helaman 11-12. I’m using this handout for students to fill out the center portion with ways they can remember God and avoid pride.
I made this simple reading chart for a friend on our Seminary teacher’s Facebook group. It is perfect for reading the Book of Mormon as a family. Black and White.
Here is the 2014 scripture reading chart reading “I have read the scriptures every day in 2014”! Enjoy! With or without scripture image. Also available as a plain 2 per page version.
This file can be used to have students summarize For example: “Imagine you are Enos. What would you tweet about your experience with prayer.” or “Imagine you are one of the shepherds who saw angels at Christ’s birth. What would you tweet?” You can even ask students to draw a picture they may have snapped to go along with the tweet.
This is a silhouett version of the Christus Statue with some alterations for ease of printing.
Bring a small candy like a starburst, set it on the table and ask “who wants the candy? Who REALLY wants the candy? ” Whoever seems most eager, pick for the example. Say, “Joey, (or whoever) you really want the candy. It’ll make you very happy. So you can have it, but you can’t use any part of your body to pick it up or unwrap it, you can only…
I am subbing in Sunday School this week, and I think I am going to use the 1845 proclamation referenced in the text to teach a little gospel doctrine. I may not. Still deciding :) At any rate, here are a couple of handout versions you could use in your classroom. I’ve broken the document out into sections to make it easier to locate certain passages during teaching. For example,…
Using the keystone image from the Book of Mormon Student Study Guide, I created these image to be used as visual aids when teaching about keystones Check out more visual aids regarding keystones here: http://www.mormonshare.com/blog/teaching-the-keystone-of-our-religion
I am working on a clip art version of the gold plates to use for scripture mastery tracking sheets this year, and I thought it turned out pretty great. I am using the description of the gold plates called “What Did the Gold Plates Look Like?” from the New Era. Gif versions do include transparency. There are black and white, color, and coloring sheets below. Enjoy!