November 16 - November 22 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: That Evil May Be Done Away by Come Follow Me FHE.

November 16 – November 22 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: That Evil May Be Done Away

The format of this Come Follow Me lesson is going to be different for the next 2 weeks. We have created a Tale of the Jaredite Sticker Book. This will help you and your family study a chapter in the book of Ether each night.

November 16 - November 22 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: That Evil May Be Done Away by Come Follow Me FHE.

For the sticker book you will need to purchase sticker paper to print the stickers on. Another option is to cut and glue the stickers into the comic book.

November 16 - November 22 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: That Evil May Be Done Away by Come Follow Me FHE.

Each night you will read or listen to the chapter as you create your sticker book page. There is also an additional activity to do that goes along with what you learn.

After reading Ether chapter 6 color the comfort coloring page.

November 16 - November 22 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: That Evil May Be Done Away by Come Follow Me FHE.

Create your own barges using the Clay Barges recipe. After letting the barges cool paint and decorate them while discussing the steps of repentance and what you learned from Ether Chapter 7.

November 16 - November 22 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: That Evil May Be Done Away by Come Follow Me FHE.

In Ether chapter 8 we learn that they are worried about secret combinations destroying their freedoms. See the lesson summary page for a QR code to a video about freedoms others are grateful for. After watching the video, use the skittle gratitude game and thankful show n’ tell bag.

November 16 - November 22 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: That Evil May Be Done Away by Come Follow Me FHE.
November 16 - November 22 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: That Evil May Be Done Away by Come Follow Me FHE.

See your lesson summary page and materials for more activities and QR codes to some great videos that go along with what we are learning about!

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Enjoy this Come Follow Me Lesson!

Come Follow Me FHE Team 

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