We all want to teach children our beliefs. What better way to do that than to teach them about the Articles of Faith? These books help teach all about them, and they have posters too! Score!
Do you do bulletin boards for your Primary? Do you like to do songs and/or sharing times having to do with Church history or the season of the year? Then this book is for you! There are visual aids that can be printed on letter size paper, and borders that can be printed on 11×17 paper.
Teach children about the Church history dates, holidays, and the season for March, April, and May, and have fun while doing it!
One of the greatest blessings we can receive on this earth is that of having a family! We can be further blessed by having a family where we are taught that we are the children of God. We can learn about our family history and the importance of families. I am offering two FREE downloads this week to help you teach children about families.
Well, we’ve certainly had an eventful time recently. We’ve lost our beloved President Monson and now we have a new president, Russell M. Nelson, with his counselors. Because of that, and the many posts I’ve seen on Facebook about Primary leaders wondering how to talk to children about this, I’ve undertaken some revisions.
Three of the FREE DOWNLOADS had pictures of President Monson on the front and content about him. Those books have been revised or added to, and are now available as FREE downloads for you to use in any way you wish. You can certainly use some of that content to tell the children about our new prophet, President Russell M. Nelson.
When you want to tell children about Jesus Christ and some of the miraculous things He did, what better way than to use some of the stories contained in these 3 kits? Kit #1 tells about His baptism by John, and the Temptation. Kit #2 contains the stories of Jesus calling His apostles. Kit #3 tells about the marriage at Cana and the woman at the well.
When I tell the stories, I prepare the figures by laminating them, cutting them out, and putting hook velcro on the backs, and after telling the stories, I let them play with the figures and tell the stories back to me using my Storyboard. They learn and remember best through play, and they enjoy retelling the stories.