April 12 - April 18 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: If Ye Are Not One Ye Are Not Mine featured by Come Follow Me FHE

April 12 – April 18 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: If Ye Are Not One Ye Are Not Mine

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Toddler Come Follow Me Activity

Talk about treasure. Discuss things like where you might treasure. On an island, in the sea, on a ship? Teach that Heavenly Father has taught us to seek for treasures like wisdom and learning because they are worth more than gold. Read D&C 38:30. We can “treasure up wisdom” by reading the scriptures and we get to keep these “treasures of wisdom” forever. Use the “My Treasure Box Activity.” Make the treasure box by following the directions on the page. Cut out the jewels and hide them throughout the scripture pages. Let your child search for the jewels and put them in their treasure box. Consider placing a jewel by your favorite scripture. When they find that treasure share the scripture with them. Help them finish fill their box by treasuring up knowledge as they read their scriptures.

Simplified Come Follow Me Activity

Read D&C 39:6. Use the “‘Rolls’ of the Holy Ghost” activity and discuss the different roles of the Holy Ghost. Think of examples in your life when the Holy Ghost has played each of these roles. You may even have an older child share any experiences they’ve had with the Holy Ghost. Make a treat and use the treat tag to give to a friend or neighbor. Consider doing a treat like hot cocoa mix or hugs.

April 12 - April 18 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: If Ye Are Not One Ye Are Not Mine featured by Come Follow Me FHE
April 12 - April 18 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: If Ye Are Not One Ye Are Not Mine featured by Come Follow Me FHE

Standard Come Follow Me Activities

The Standard Activities includes the Simplified activity and more!

April 12 - April 18 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: If Ye Are Not One Ye Are Not Mine featured by Come Follow Me FHE

CREATE IT ACTIVITY:

Read D&C 29-30. Use the “Preparedness Kit” to help your family understand what we can do to be prepared for hard times. Cut out the items and paste them in the preparedness kit. Discuss why it is important to be prepared, how we can be prepared physically and spiritually, and that when we are prepared we shall not fear. For an extra activity create a preparedness first aid kit for children’s backpacks. Some items you might include are band-aides, gauze, antibacterial wipes, triple antibiotic ointment.

DO IT ACTIVITY:

Make a 1 or spell ONE with your bodies. Read D&C 38:27. Discuss how the saints went in faith when they were asked to leave their homes and go to Ohio. During this time the Lord commanded them to be one. Discuss what it means to be one. Finish by making the “One In Christ Puzzle.”

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STUDY IT AND COLOR IT ACTIVITY:

Don’t forget to study D&C 39 using the “Scripture Story Guide.” Color the “Gather Together Coloring Page” as you read D&C 38:31-33 and discuss why the saints were called to gather.

Premium Extras for April

The extra premium materials will only be available in your account during the current month, April 1st-30th.

Dots Singing Time Activity

April 2021 Come Follow Me Theme a family home evening activities featured by Come Follow Me FHE

Jesus Has Risen Song Chart

April 2021 Come Follow Me Theme a family home evening activities featured by Come Follow Me FHE

Two Recipes

Merry Mail: 10 I Spy Pages

April 2021 Come Follow Me Theme a family home evening activities featured by Come Follow Me FHE

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