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Saturday, February 23, 2013

Primary 5, Lesson 8 & Journal

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I'm pulling out the bowling pins again for this lesson, I've included all the questions on each of the pins.
The kids will be bowling one at a time, then they choose a question from the pins that they knocked down. There are a few extras so for the first few I'll have the kids who picked tape the next question onto it so it won't disrupt the class with me having to do them. I'm first going to be going through the "Scriptural and Historical Accounts" and then play the game so that all the "answers" have already been given they just had to have listened.
On the board, I'll also have this question from the lesson by the 2 pictures suggested in the lesson. "What are some important things priesthood holders do with their hands when they are using their priesthood power?" so that they can think about it and we can then discuss it.





2/16/17: Dropbox has changed the way that we can share files, therefore, all the links from these Primary 5 lessons currently do not work. I am in the process of fixing them. 







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  1. I would love to see activities that can be used in the 4 yr old primary class- I am having a horrible time keeping them busy after their 8 minute attention span for the lesson has ended!

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    1. Try to use every sense in turn. Like touch, taste, hearing, sight, smell. Also get them to move around every 8-10 minutes with an activity that will move them around and use their muscles. Remember to look in the front of your teaching manual for ideas. There is a section that talks about your child's age and what to expect.

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  2. great idea!!! thanks so much!!!

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  3. great idea! I am excited to try this with my class tomorrow!

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