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By [email protected] (Pam Mueller) At a recent in-service meeting, we were told to start off on the first day with a lesson. There is nothing more boring than having papers handed out and the teacher droning on an on about the new year. So…we learned the Parable of the 10 virgins and what that means to us in modern times. Then we made our own lamps… I took them home…
Clay Oil Lamp Duotone Photograph with flame on white background.
Duotone JPG detail of three of the wise virgins from the Gospel Art Book image “Five of Them Were Wise by Walter Rane depicting the Parable of the Ten Virgins.
Here are some drops that can be used as oil. Have the children write on them what we can do spiritually to fill our lamps.
This black and white image, Lamp Ancient Oil, was donated by the artist, Chris Gunn. Click to read more about Chris.
This cute handout was made by another Young Women’s leader. It has a quote from Spencer W Kimball, a clipart image of a lamp, and a small bag of pear-flavored jelly beans. This handout was created to coordinate with YW Manual 3, Lesson 4. The quote reads: “In our lives the oil of preparedness is accumulated drop by drop in righteous living. Attendance at sacrament meetings adds oil to our…
Here are the questions I used during class for our discussion of Matthew 25. I taped a set of questions on each seat in the class. I didn’t want the same students or groups of students sharing their thoughts, so I created several different sets of questions. Here are the original 9 questions I used: What do you think kept the 10 foolish virgins from being ready when the bridegroom…
This document has a picture of an Bible style oil lamp and oil droplet. You can use this when teaching the Parable of the 10 Virgins. It’s great for lessons on preparedness or the Second Coming.
I had my activity day girls cut out and color these paper plate lamps. Fold plate in half and cut basic shape. Use staples to secure. Color one oil drop as a flame and staple on. The lesson I used is an adaptation from a primary lesson (Lesson 25: Parable of the Ten Virgins,” Primary 7: New Testament, 83).
1. Take a piece of string or yarn long enough to make a large circle, thread it through two empty spools, and tie the ends together. Have the children stand in a circle and hold on to the yarn. As the music is played, the children move the spools along the yarn. When the music stops, the two children who are holding the spools tell one way they can prepare…