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The Cozy Red Cottage: I am Wise When I Choose the Right (Lesson 36, Primary 2) Sunday Activities, Primary Activities, Primary Lessons, Preschool Lessons, Activity Days, Teaching Board Games, The 3 Wise Men, Hello Literacy, Manualidades

I hope everyone is having a wonderful week. I have some fun Lesson Helps for you this week. They go right along with lesson 36, I am wise when I choose the right. You can find the lesson here. You can find all these printables in one download free at the end of this post. Just a heads up I included a black and white option for 2 of the activities...sometimes you just need to save on ink. So when you download and print make sure you are only selecting the pages you need and don't end up with…

Scout Mama
Choose the Right Board Game (printable) Like chutes and ladders. FUN! Primary Activities, Primary Teaching, Church Activities, Visiting Teaching, Sunday Activities, Teaching Ideas, Lds Activity, Activity Day Girls, Activity Days

Primary 2 Manual Lesson 14 Dare to Choose the Right Journal Page - Print it here: Coloring sheet "Jesus Christ is the perfect example for me" from the April 2012 Friend here: You can print out the game board from Sugardoodle already colored by Michelle Barton here: I loved this bulletin board "Dare to Do Good" from the April 2011 Friend here: CTR Game from the January 2012 Friend here: One of the biggest impact is Media today for children, I love this chart on "Daring to Choose the Right…

Amy Foster
Lds Primary Singing Time, Primary Songs, Primary Activities, Church Activities, Church Games, Primary Teaching, Teaching Ideas, Lds Activity, Activity Day Girls

This awesome Liahona is from the 2005 Primary Partners Sharing Time written by Mary H. Ross, Illustrated by Jennette Guymon-King. It is copyrighted so we didn't scan it in to share- but we thought it was so cool that maybe you could make your own! So this how it works (Quoted from the book), "Help children imagine having the Liahona today. Tell them, "If each of our families could have a Liahona today to guide us, how would we keep it going to get the help we need?" Have children take turns…

Teri Sullivan