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Overcome Evil with Good

Week plan for August 12–18

Romans 7–16

Young children



Background photo by Jean-Pierre Dalbéra via Wikimedia Commons. Ruins of an ancient Roman forum.



Memorize: "[Nothing can] separate us from the love of God" Romans 8:39


Song of the Week: My Heavenly Father Loves Me (CS 228)

  • Watch this nice arrangement sung by Reese Oliveira.

  • Tape the flip chart pages randomly on walls around the room. Sing the song, running to touch each picture as it is mentioned. (Idea from Jennifer Edling)

  • Fill a poster board with gospel/nature images, including things listed in the song. Play "I Spy" by searching out all the pictures from the song. (Idea from Meredith Lowe)

  • Sing with a lift-the-flap printable (Ctrl F "flip") from The Red Crystal.




Monday

Doctrine: My Heavenly Father loves me. Romans 8:35–39


Scripture

  • Pretend to climb a mountain, dive underwater, and be chased by a bear. During each scenario, ask "Are we too far away from God's love?" Summarize Romans 8:35-39.

Coloring page

Activities

  • Pin "God loves me" hearts (page 3) to your children and talk about how nothing can take away His love for us.

  • Sing "My Heavenly Father Loves Me" with a lift-the-flap printable (Ctrl F "flip").

  • Play this Lead Me Guide Me game to learn about Heavenly Father’s love and some special things He has given us to help us find our way back home.


Tuesday

Doctrine: My Heavenly Father loves me. Romans 8:35–39


Scripture

  • Discuss obstacles that relate to your children that can be substituted for the list in Romans 8:35-39. Do those things keep us away from God's love?

Coloring page

Activities

  • Tape the coloring pages (Song flip chart) randomly on walls around the room. Sing "My Heavenly Father Loves Me", running to touch each picture as it is mentioned.

  • Cut this page into a simple puzzle.

  • Tie together two pieces of scrap fabric, then try to pull them apart. Teach how God's love never separates from us. (Idea from here)


Wednesday

Doctrine: Faith comes by hearing the word of God. Romans 10:17


Scripture

  • Come up with actions for the key words in Romans 10:17. Use the actions as you recite the scripture together.

Coloring page

Activities

  • Make up a story about your children listening to the word of God in various ways. While you tell the story, blow up a balloon little by little to represent their faith growing.

  • Do the action rhyme Faith Is like a Seed (page 3).

  • Put together this little faith booklet.


Thursday

Doctrine: Faith comes by hearing the word of God. Romans 10:17


Scripture Story

Activities

  • Sing"Faith" (CS 96) with this interactive printable (Ctrl F "flips").

  • Have your children crouch down like seeds and grow taller as you name off ways we can hear the word of God.

  • Take the small pictures from the coloring page above and tape them to cups of water. As you talk about each picture, pour its cup of water into an empty pitcher labeled "faith".


Friday

Doctrine: I can say thank you to those who help me. Romans 16:1–4


Scripture

  • Cut individual letters from a newspaper to spell "thanks" and have your child find the matching word in Romans 16:4.

Coloring page

Activities

  • Read this Matt and Mandy comic about saying thank you.

  • Create bus stops around the house. Have one child play the bus driver with others as passengers. At each stop a child gets off and thanks the bus driver. (Idea from here)

  • Make a sunshine thank you note.


Saturday

Doctrine: I can say thank you to those who help me. Romans 16:1–4


Scripture story

Coloring page

Activities


Sunday


Family History

  • Write/color a thank you note to a faithful ancestor. Talk about how we can show our thanks to ancestors by taking their names to the temple to do their temple work.








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