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Be Not Soon Shaken in Mind, or Be Troubled

I have loved the opportunity to share ideas and plans for Come Follow Me each week. However, this is my last post this year, and, at this point, I do not plan on posting activities for Come Follow Me next year.


I've listed below some resources that I typically use. I hope this helps you in finding good ideas for your family.


Lesson Helps by Topic (from The Friend magazine)

Primary Come Follow Me manual

The Red Crystal (custom made printables)

Em Is Crafty (lessons for young children)

Come Follow Me Toddlers (three ideas a week on Instagram)

Ckn Scratch (mostly for older families, but occasionally something for young kids)

Coloring pages (from ChurchofJesusChrist.org)

Simply Family Home Evening (adaptations of the ideas from the Primary manual)

Living Scriptures (FHE plans)

A Year of FHE (use the site search bar)

We Talk of Christ (use the site search bar for years of ideas from teaching her kids)

Latter-day Saint Primary Music Leaders (join the facebook group for singing ideas)

Also, there are Come, Follow Me facebook groups you can join. I won't list them here, because there are a bunch.




Week plan for October 21–27

1 and 2 Thessalonians

Young children

Background image: “The Resurrected Christ” by Wilson J. Omg





Memorize: "The Lord himself shall descend from heaven" 1 Thessalonians 4:16


Song of the Week: When He Comes Again (2nd verse)



Monday

Doctrine: As I follow God’s commandments, I will be ready for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. 1 Thessalonians 5:1–6


Scripture

Coloring page

Activities

  • Wrap up in white bed sheets and use paper rolls as trumpets to be angels proclaiming the Savior's return.

  • Print, cut, and fold this picture box of Christ coming to earth.

  • Put together this Second Coming puzzle (pg 3).


Tuesday

Doctrine: As I follow God’s commandments, I will be ready for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. 1 Thessalonians 5:1–6


Scripture

Coloring page

Activities

  • Act out the parable of the Ten Virgins with this printable oil lamp, which includes oil droplets with illustrations of how we can prepare for the Savior's Second Coming.

  • Play with these Second Coming scripture figures (more here).

  • Do this Second Coming Surprise activity to check up on your family's spiritual habits.


Wednesday

Doctrine: As I follow God’s commandments, I will be ready for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. 1 Thessalonians 5:1–6


Scripture

Coloring page

Activities

  • Do this Second Coming suitcase activity to learn about how we can prepare.

  • Dress up like pregnant mothers waiting for their babies to be born, but not knowing when it will happen. Compare to the Second Coming.

  • Let each child put a sticker on each preparation picture (pg 4).


Thursday

Doctrine: Paul taught that an apostasy would occur before Jesus Christ comes again. 2 Thessalonians 2:1–3


Scripture

Coloring page

Activities

  • Make a timeline on a blank wall by taping up a line of Gospel Art in chronological order. Include a long gap to show the apostasy.

  • Make this printable Apostasy and Restoration sliding bracelet (Ctrl F "bracelet").

  • Put this picture in an empty box. Have your children open the box as if it is a gift. Discuss the blessings we receive through the restored Church of Jesus Christ.


Friday

Doctrine: Paul taught that an apostasy would occur before Jesus Christ comes again. 2 Thessalonians 2:1–3


Scripture

Coloring page

Activities

  • Display a Book of Mormon and pictures of the prophet and a temple. Have children say “Apostasy” and hide the items. Then say “Restoration” and bring the items back out.

  • Tape these images (pg 3) onto blocks and build a tower. Knock it down and put the blocks into a dark closet to represent gospel truths lost during the apostasy.

  • Find images related to the Restoration in this Search and Find.


Saturday

Doctrine: Heavenly Father wants me to work. 2 Thessalonians 3:7–13


Scripture

  • Discuss the phrase "Be not weary in well doing" from 2 Thes. 3:13.

Coloring page

Activities


Sunday


Family History

  • Can you trace any ancestor lines back to the apostasy (before the year 1820 or 1830)?









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