One of the most important events of the 19th century was Joseph Smith’sfirst vision. A young man read a passage of scripture and went to a groveof trees to prayout loud for the first time, and look what happened! He saw God the Fatherand our SaviorJesus Christ face to face and spoke to them. As a result, the ancient Gospelwas restored.
Here’s a kitfor you to tell the story to children, and for them to retellit to each other.
Mother’s Day is coming right up! Celebrate mothers in your Primaryor FHEwith this cute Parts of a Mother Sharing Time Kit. It has wordstrips, a coloring page, and instructionsfor an activitythat celebrates the wonderful qualities of mothers. It’s easy to prepare and carry out. All you need are the kitcontents (also scissors, a color printer, and tape) and a real or fake (a volunteer little girl or teacher) Mother. Easy peasy!
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.