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Simple Ideas for Primary 3: Lesson 8

on February 17, 2017

You can use the King Benjamin picture below as an enrichment activity during your lesson and/or as a coloring activity after your lesson.

King Benjamin Lesson Activity:

Prepare the images below of King Benjamin and his tower.  During your lesson, display them for your class and tell them the story of King Benjamin.  Express to the children the importance of following the prophet (you may even want to sing “Follow the Prophet” – CS 110).  Then, ask the children: “What is something that the prophets have taught us?”  For each answer, move King Benjamin up the rungs of the tower, one at a time, until he reaches the top.

I Will Listen to the Prophet Coloring Activity:

There are two of these to each page, so you’ll have to cut the page in half lengthwise before handing them out to the children in your class.

After the children are finished coloring them, they can write in (or you can help them) teachings of the prophets between the rungs of the ladder.

Click above for the printable PDF file 🙂

 

For older children, you may prefer this color, cut, and glue version from A Year of FHE.  It includes some of the lessons (with scripture references) that King Benjamin taught his people.

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From A Year of FHE

 

And, here are three other resources from LDS.org:

 

King Benjamin Scripture Story Figures

King Benjamin Scripture Story Figures

 

King Benjamin - Connect the Dots

King Benjamin – Connect the Dots

 

Follow the Prophet - Coloring Page

Follow the Prophet – Coloring Page

 

Have a wonderful Sunday! ❤

 

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