If you’ve never seen or used paper bag puppets, you’re in for a treat! All you need to make them are lunch-sized paper bags, crayonsor other media, tape or glue, paper, and a copier(or you can tracethem). Paper bag puppets are fun, easy to make, and super inexpensive. They also can be easily stored by simply folding them flat.
This week I have two FREEdownloads for Primary music! First, a kit that can be used for a sharing time or as a singing time activity. Children try to guess song titles with just a few notes. Includes strips to cut up and draw from a container as well as a master list for the pianist. Kids love this, and it’s great for a last-minute activity.
There is a basic story that members of the LDS Church need to understand and believe before they can become part of the true church. That is the story of the First Vision.
The first vision happened when a simple farm boy decided to take the scripturesliterally, and ask God which was the true church. It was in the springtimemany years ago that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ appeared to the boy Joseph Smith and started him on the journey that opened the last dispensation of time.
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.