Tag Archive: relationships

Manual 3 Lesson 11 Handout

Thanks to LJH who submitted this lesson handout to share. It has the Who Am I? questionnaire, scriptures, and challenge from the lesson. It also has a closeness checklist with ideas for strengthening family relationships: Extended Family Relationships I am the daughter of _____________ I am the sister of _____________ I am the sister-in-law of _____________ I am the granddaughter of _____________ I am the niece of _____________ I am…
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Manual 3 Lesson 11 Handout – 2

Thanks to D. Burke who submitted this lesson handout. It has the Who Am I? questionnaire from the lesson, some thought questions, and some very cute clipart: Who Am I? I am the daughter of _____________ I am the sister of _____________ I am the sister-in-law of _____________ I am the granddaughter of _____________ I am the niece of _____________ I am the cousin of _____________ I am the aunt…
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Comb your hair

Object Lesson

Have students comb their hair, with the stipulation that they cannot bend their elbows. This is quite a hilarious sight to see them trying to comb hair with straight arms. Its basically impossible unless the person has very long hair and can bend over very far. Then give the same comb to a neighbor and again with only straight arms, have the neighbor comb the hair. It is possible for…
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Relationship to Heveanly Father

Object Lesson

This is a different version of another suggestion in this category. The orginal suggested having 2 people come into the classroom while a class member is blind folded, one known to the person the other a stranger. This suggestion might work better for time constraints, a very small branch or ward where there are rarely strangers or giving a talk in front of a group: I printed up a picture…
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Establishing a Relationship with Heavenly Father

Object Lesson

Before class, choose a class member that would be comfortable being blindfolded during class. Don’t tell the class member before hand. Invite a parent of the class member to visit the class without letting the class member know. Invite a member of the ward to visit the class who doesn’t know the class member. Have both invites remain outside the classroom until you call them in. Have the class member…
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Filled up at home

Object Lesson

One daughter recalls that her father demonstrated how children can fill each other’s needs within the family. “One time [dad] brought two buckets into the family room–one filled with water, one empty. Then he had each of us think of something that made us upset or frustrated or discouraged that day. For each thing we named, he took a cup of water out of the full bucket. Then he told…
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We effect others.

Object Lesson

Fill a small jar 1/2 full of water and nother 12 full of clorox bleach. Our attitudes and actions do affect the atmosphere of our homes. Relate the following story while squeezing small drops of food color into the water. Mother didn’t have her normal sunny attitude (drop of yellow coloring) She was upset because morning jobs weren’t getting down. Julie was red with anger (drop of red). because her…
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Families are like Jelly Beans

Object Lesson

Separate a bag of jelly beans into a separate glass or other see thru container. Begin handing out the jelly beans to the class while saying things like “these green jelly beans represent my aunt. I remember _____, but I’ve gotten too busy and haven’t seen her in years. These jelly beans remind me of my nephew, who allows ______, but they have moved away and I never see him…
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