June 15 - June 21 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: Enter into the Rest of the Lord featured by Come Follow Me FHE

June 15 – June 21 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: Enter into the Rest of the Lord

This week the main lesson is focused on Alma and Amulek in prison. After reading Alma chapter 14 use the story timeline to help summarize the story.

June 15 - June 21 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: Enter into the Rest of the Lord featured by Come Follow Me FHE

Create the foldable prison and let the children try to summarize the story on their own.

June 15 - June 21 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: Enter into the Rest of the Lord featured by Come Follow Me FHE

We’ve also included a coloring page that can be colored during the lesson.

June 15 - June 21 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: Enter into the Rest of the Lord featured by Come Follow Me FHE

Read Alma 13:1-19 and have a discussion about how the priesthood is the power of God. Display the priesthood print and share experiences you’ve had when the priesthood has helped you in your life.

June 15 - June 21 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: Enter into the Rest of the Lord featured by Come Follow Me FHE

Let each child make a necklace and have them repeat “The priesthood is the power of God.”

June 15 - June 21 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: Enter into the Rest of the Lord featured by Come Follow Me FHE

There is a neat object lesson that we recommend using for a bonus activity this week. For the object lesson you will need an old white shirt, a pen, and hairspray. Follow the directions provided in your lesson materials.

June 15 - June 21 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: Enter into the Rest of the Lord featured by Come Follow Me FHE

Use the priesthood string activity for another bonus activity as you discuss how the priesthood brings you closer to Christ.

June 15 - June 21 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: Enter into the Rest of the Lord featured by Come Follow Me FHE

See your summary sheets for more bonus ideas like having a scavenger hunt. This week also includes scripture story guides.

June 15 - June 21 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: Enter into the Rest of the Lord featured by Come Follow Me FHE

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