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For the Perfecting of the Saints

Week plan for September 30 – October 13

Ephesians

Young children



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Memorize: "Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right." Ephesians 6:1


Song of the Week: Review the songs for your Primary Program

  • Here is a document of low-to-no-prep activities to spice up your review.



Monday

Doctrine: Members of the Church should be friends and “fellowcitizens.” Ephesians 2:19


Scripture

Coloring page

Activities

  • Hold hands and sway to the music of this sing along video.

  • Hide pictures of multicultural children (color 1, color 2, b&w). Have your children gather them to a picture of Christ in the middle of the room.

  • Take turns dressing up in funny ways. Have your other children pretend to welcome the individual to church and be friendly to him or her.


Tuesday

Doctrine: Heavenly Father wants me to obey my parents. Ephesians 6:1–3


Scripture

  • Memorize the scripture phrase of the week.

Coloring page

Activities


Wednesday

Doctrine: Heavenly Father wants me to obey my parents. Ephesians 6:1–3


Scripture

  • Flip through the Gospel Art Kit to find examples of Jesus Christ being obedient to Heavenly Father.

Coloring page

Activities

  • Read the rebus Micah Obeys.

  • Watch the video Going to Grandma's.

  • Draw the route to school/park, with dangers along the path. Role-play little people walking and obeying their parents to stay safe. Add stickers to the paper for obedience.


Thursday

Doctrine: Heavenly Father wants me to obey my parents. Ephesians 6:1–3


Scripture

Coloring page

Activities

  • Read the story Watch Out for the Thorn Patch.

  • Switch the classic Simon Says game to "Mommy says" or "Daddy says."

  • Sing "Do As I'm Doing" with acts of obedience you wish to practice (e.g. gentle hands, cleaning up toys, holding hands across the street).


Friday

Doctrine: The armor of God can protect me. Ephesians 6:10–18


Scripture

Coloring page

Activities

  • Attach these Armor of God cards (pg 6) to household items that represent the armor. Pull one piece of armor at a time from a bag/pile to wear and discuss.

  • Have each child run in a pair of pants several sizes too big. Then secure the pants by "girding your loins with truth" (a belt) for running again. (Idea from here)

  • Write scripture phrases your children have memorized onto strips of paper. Attach these (vertically hanging down) to a belt to make a Belt of Truth. Recite them in battle stance.


Saturday

Doctrine: The armor of God can protect me. Ephesians 6:10–18


Scripture

  • While you read Ephesians 6:10-18, point to the Armor of God cards as they match what you are saying. Read it again to test your children.

Coloring page

Activities

  • Have a child put on a helmet (or bowl/strainer) while repeating "I want to follow Jesus!" Emphasize a different word each time. Discuss how you can protect your thoughts.

  • Decorate cardboard or a cookie sheet as a Shield of Faith. Have your child hold it in front of them to protect from paper snowballs with temptations or doubts written on them.

  • Write on plastic knives phrases the Spirit might whisper. While the family acts out a bad or hard situation, have one child grab a specific "sword" to help them face the problem.


Sunday


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