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Simple Ideas for Primary 2: Lesson 10

on March 8, 2016

Teaching a group of young children can be a daunting task.  So, my husband and I like to keep our lessons simple.  Here’s the basic schedule we follow:

  • 5-10 minute Bathroom Break
  • 5-10 minute Sharing (Class members share ways they Chose the Right during the week)
  • 20-25 minute Lesson
  • 15-20 minute Art Activity

 

In each of my Simple Ideas for Primary 2 Lessons posts, I’ll be sharing our basic lesson outline, Art Activity ideas, etc.  Also, be sure to check out the Free BI Originals tab for more resources!

 

Primary 2: Lesson 10 ~ Outline

Review: Heavenly Father’s Plan & Heavenly Father is Watching Over Us

Scripture Phrase & Discussion: “His hand is stretched out still” (Isaiah)

  • What does this phrase mean?
  • What does it show about how Heavenly Father is watching over us?

 

Scripture Story & Discussion: Enos

Scripture Hero - Enos

  • Display a picture of Enos and tell his story
  • Have you ever prayed all day and all night?
  • What does Enos’ story show about his feelings for Heavenly Father and others?

 

Chalk Board Discussion: How Prayer Works with the Godhead

Prayer Diagram

  • Draw the diagram above on the chalkboard
  • Point out how all members of the Godhead assist in the prayer process (We pray in the name of Jesus Christ, we pray to Heavenly Father, and our answer comes through the Holy Ghost)

 

Discussion Activity: Reverent Visuals

  • Let reverent children choose one of the visuals at a time to discuss
  • How can I be reverent with my eyes, mouth, ears, arms/hands, legs/feet, mind?

 

Song: “Reverence is Love” CS 31

Coloring Activity: Enos and the Power of Prayer

Enos and the Power of Prayer

Activity Page: Enos’ Prayer

Enos' Prayer

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