September 21 - September 27 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: I Am The Law, And The Light by Come Follow Me FHE

September 21 – September 27 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: I Am The Law, And The Light

Begin this Come Follow Me lesson by completing the prayer puzzle. Read the scripture on the puzzle together and discuss what it means.

September 21 - September 27 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: I Am The Law, And The Light by Come Follow Me FHE

Read together 3 Nephi 12. While you read the younger kids could color the Blessed coloring page and the older kids can complete the Beatitudes Foldable.

September 21 - September 27 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: I Am The Law, And The Light by Come Follow Me FHE
September 21 - September 27 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: I Am The Law, And The Light by Come Follow Me FHE

Before the lesson make the Beatitudes File Folder Game. Use this to review what you’ve just learned. Discuss what each attribute means.

September 21 - September 27 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: I Am The Law, And The Light by Come Follow Me FHE

Read 3 Nephi 12:6 and invite the children to think of a time when they were hungry. Explain that our spirits get hungry just like our bodies and we need to feed our spirit. Use the Nourish Me Cut and Paste Activity to help teach this concept.

September 21 - September 27 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: I Am The Law, And The Light by Come Follow Me FHE

As a bonus idea this week study and compare 3 Nephi 14 and Matthew 7. Use the Scripture Study Guides to help.

September 21 - September 27 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: I Am The Law, And The Light by Come Follow Me FHE

Learn about the wise man and the foolish man as another bonus activity. Read 3 Nephi 14:21-27. Use the Wise and Foolish scene to help lead a discussion.

September 21 - September 27 Come Follow Me Lesson for Kids: I Am The Law, And The Light by Come Follow Me FHE

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