Category Archives: choice/accountability

Building Trust

Submitted by Amanda Nelson The lesson is about trust.  You will need a bunch of building blocks, the wooden kind, not Lego’s or anything that locks together.  You can tape labels  on the blocks that build character like, caring for … Continue reading

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Foundation and Destruction

This lesson requires the game of Stak Attack or Jenga. Those are the games that stack up wooden blocks in a weave pattern and then you pull out the blocks and re stack them on top until the tower tumbles. … Continue reading

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Potato stamp

This lesson comes fromMeridian magazine in the section for Family Home Evening. The article is by C.S. Bezas. Each person gets a half of a raw potato. The potato represents your brain. Begin to carve a very simple shape (square, … Continue reading

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Wise and foolish man

I will have a 2 pieces of paper. We will be drawing 2 houses. One will be drawn with permanent markers and the other will be drawn with water-soluble. We will read the story from two different sections, Matthew 5:24-27 … Continue reading

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receive more light

This is specifically how I will teach my 8-11 yr old boys the story of the temptations of Jesus and other concepts about temptation. You can change the lesson to fit your circumstances. My objective for this lesson is to … Continue reading

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Know vs Do

Submitted by: Robin Guthrie After many lessons on explaining a testimony, I did this for my YW class: I played a game with the YW with about 20 questions of general and interesting things to know about the organization, history … Continue reading

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Follow the recipe

Several years ago in our primary, we had an object lesson that made quite an impression. I hope my words are adequate to describe how we did this. It does require some preparation. First…bake cookies (snickerdoodles work well) Second bake … Continue reading

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Highway Exits

For this story, tell a story that you have actually experienced or heard (we have all done this!) about driving on a new highway and its unfamiliar. You have a map or even someone giving you directions and for what … Continue reading

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Potassium parmanganate

Aim: If you let your bad habits grow out of control, you will be overcome by them (their effects) and will find it very hard to win over them. Therefore identify your bad habits at their roots and make your … Continue reading

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Two planes

This is a talk given by 11 yr old Alex. The idea was based on a story given in a general conference talk – Oct 99 First you make two paper airplanes. One needs to fly very straight and true. … Continue reading

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