Have we taught our children to look past outer appearances? It’s hard even for many adults, but it’s an important qualityto gain in order to be more christlike. This kit has some stories about horsesto help teach that concept. One is the story of Snowman, a horse that was saved from slaughterand went on to be a world champion jumper. The other is a story about a crippled horse I once owned who was much more than he appeared to be.
Our Heavenly Father has a plan for us, a plan of happiness. This is an essential concept to teach our children. They need to understand that where we spend eternity depends on how we conduct ourselves while we are on earth, especially since we are taught the gospeland are responsibleto follow the teachings of Jesus Christ.
There’s a valuable lesson children (and a lot of adults) need to learn, and that is that you can’t tell much about people – or animals – just by looking at them. This FREEdownload is of a book about two horses. One horse was Snowman, a famous show jumper who was rescued from being made into dog food and/or glue by a horseman who saw something special in him. The other horse was Rebel, a Morgan horse which I once owned, and he was crippled. My family and I kept wondering whether we should have him put down because he was in pain, but fortunately we did not, and his story also turned out to be remarkable.
Looking for word games with Gospelthemes? Take a look at these! The first one has games about families, and the second one has games about scriptures. They both can be used in many ways to teach gospel concepts to children. See these and many other FREE downloads at gloriannemuggli.com.