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PURPOSE OF THIS LESSON - To increase each child’s appreciation for the earth that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ created for us.

1. Primary 6 Lesson Cards by Letitia Drabsch - Handout Idea

2. Creation coloring page from the January 2010 Friend - Ericka Covalt writes, "You could color it ahead of time and cut it out puzzle-like. Then, use it as the puzzle mentioned in the attention activity at the beginning of the lesson.  (If you'd like to print the coloring page as a puzzle, click here). 

3. Review - Place in a box objects or pictures that represent things Jesus created.  Have a class member select an object or picture from the box and tell what it is.  Have the other students tell on which day the item was created (using the chart on right as a guide).

4. Reverence for Creation

5. Each day a gift (Flannel Board Cutouts)

6. Video Clip - Play the following video clip called, "Jesus Makes the Earth" if time permits.  Running Time (2:48)

7. The story of Jesus Makes the Earth from lds.org

8. Handout from Emma's Place

9. The Creation - Power Point Presentation by Ericka Covalt 

10. The Creation by Ericka Covalt / David Hill (Power Point Presentation) With additonal video plus added

11. Chicken Scratch 'n Sniff

12. Primary 6 Passport Booklet by Melanie Day

13. The Three Sweet Peas

14. The Creation - bookmark by Michelle Heemeyer Caldwell

15. Valiant Newsletter by Debra Nelson




 
Comments (6)
  • Anna M.
    Quote:
    At the end of this lesson, I had my girls make a "thankful journal". I bought inexpensive 5x7 size spiral notepads from Smith's and had them spend the last 15 minutes of class decorating the cover. I'm going to challenge them to write something in it daily that they are thankful for that Christ has created/given us. I'll follow up in class weekly to ask how they're doing :lol:



    Awesome idea! I think I might start that with my girls!

  • Anna M.

    For this lesson I made some big paper numbers (1-7) and drew on each a cute illustration of what happened on that day, and on the back of each number I wrote a brief description of what was created on and the scripture reference for that day. I let my girls each come up and read about a day and stick it on the board. As we went through each day we read in Genesis about it and went through the questions that were in the manual. They loved it! :-)

  • Anonymous

    At the end of this lesson, I had my girls make a "thankful journal". I bought inexpensive 5x7 size spiral notepads from Smith's and had them spend the last 15 minutes of class decorating the cover. I'm going to challenge them to write something in it daily that they are thankful for that Christ has created/given us. I'll follow up in class weekly to ask how they're doing :lol:

  • Stevie C

    I gave each child in my class (I happened to only have six that day - perfect!) a paper with a scripture on it. The scripture explained what happened on day__ and they got to draw it. They then had to guess which day each child drew and put them in order. We then reviewed the scripture account with their pictures as visuals.

  • Anonymous

    To give my kids a feel for how different a day could be I looked up the differences just in our solar system. Mercury's day lasts 58 of our days and 15 hours where Jupiter's lasts only 9.8 of our hours. Then also a year comparison. Mercury's year is 87.9 days to Neptune 60,190 days. Also including how long it takes our solar system to rotate around the milky way 200,000 years!

  • Chelsc  - Prezi

    I made a Prezi covering the Creation using Genesis. It can be found here: http://prezi.com/togxe-fd7tcg/? utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share

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