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Week 3: Prophets Teach Me To Pay Tithing.

Downloaded from: http://ohwhatdoyoudoforsingingtime.blogspot.com/2013/05/week-3-prophets-teach-me-to-pay-tithing.html A darling idea for teaching this theme can be found here.  Why reinvent the wheel???  A PDF for a piggy bank is provided but if you do not want to make it, you can always use a real one.  Assign songs for practice to 9 quarters.  Invite a child to drop a quarter into the bank & then sing the corresponding song. Keep the tenth quarter out so…
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{Sharing Time Idea} Prophets Teach Me To Pay Tithing: 3Rd Week Sharing Time Idea For May 2013

Downloaded from: http://littleldsideas.blogspot.com/2013/05/sharing-time-idea-prophets-teach-me-to.html Sharing Time Ideas from 2013 Primary OutlineIDENTIFY THE DOCTRINE (reading a scripture): Explain that Malachi was an Old Testament prophet who taught the people to pay their tithing. Ask a child to read Malachi 3:10 as the other children listen for what the Lord promises us if we pay tithing. Explain that “open you the windows of heaven” refers to blessings we receive when we pay tithing.ENCOURAGING UNDERSTANDING (seeing…
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File Folder Game: Tithing 1

1. Print out these images on heavy paper. 2. Cut along the dotted lines. Reinforce the tabs with tape if desired. 3. Thread the shapes through the holes. 4. Glue the “What is Tithing” and “Tithing Puzzle” pages to the inside of a manilla file folder. Be careful not to glue the moving parts down. You’ll want to glue the Tithing Puzzle page to the right side of your folder…
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Prophets teach me to pay tithing.

Primary Talks

Dallin H Oaks said: No prophet of the Lord in modern times has preached the law of tithing more fervently than Heber J. Grant. As an Apostle and later as President of the Church, he frequently called upon the Saints to pay an honest tithe and made firm promises to those who would do so. In a general conference in 1912, Elder Heber J. Grant declared: “I bear witness —…
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Paying Tithing

Object Lesson

“Eunice Black, a Relief Society teacher, told of a speaker who set out 10 apples to represent his monthly income. He ‘paid’ one apple for food, two apples for rent, and so on until only one apple remained—a tithing apple. Then he asked the bishop to stand next to him. He said that he hoped the Lord would understand he still had many bills to pay and could pay only…
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My cup runneth over

Object Lesson

Have children sit on the floor with the small bowls in front of them. Parcel out 10 kernels to each, pretty much using up one bowl. Then ask each child if you can have one kernel, thanking each one who is willing to share, but just moving on from those who won’t. Then, fill each bowl of those who shared overflowing with popcorn.

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