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PURPOSE OF THIS LESSON - To help the children understand that the gospel of Jesus Christ is eternal and is based on truths that will help us gain exaltation.

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

2. Draw stick figures of Adam and Eve on the chalkboard and label them.  Tell the class that Adam and Eve had many children.  Adam and Eve taught their children the gospel and loved the Lord.  Their children then got married and had more children.  Draw more and more people on the board.  Help them understand that we should love Adam and Eve because they were the first father and mother on the earth.  Explain that all of the people on the earth are part of Adam and Eve's family.  Have each class member draw a picture of themself on the chalkboard, at the very bottom, to show that he/she is part of Adam and Eve's family.

3. Adam and Eve were the first family. Write the following scripture references on the outside of six envelopes, one reference per envelope: Moses 3:24; Moses 5:1; Moses 5:2; Moses 5:4; Moses 5:5; Moses 5:12. Prepare these six wordstrips in large letters: marriage, work together, have children, pray, obey commandments, teach children. Cut the letters apart, paper clip each word together, and put them inside the corresponding envelope. Find pictures of families that illustrate each wordstrip.  Display GAK 119 (Adam and Eve Teaching Their Children). Briefly tell the story of Adam and Eve, emphasizing that through them Heavenly Father’s pattern of families was established. Divide the children into six groups, and give each group an envelope. Have the children read the scripture, unscramble the letters, and glue or tape them on a wordstrip. Beginning with Moses 3:24 and going in order, have each group show their wordstrip and choose a matching picture. Post the pictures around the picture of Adam and Eve. Explain that Adam and Eve taught the gospel to their children and that the family is the best place to learn and live the gospel. (Taken from the February 2009 Friend Magazine)

4. Primary 6 Jeopardy Review by Marilee Bergstrom

5. Sing “Teach Me to Walk in the Light” (p. 177).

6. Adam and Eve Scripture Card - Handout and memorization challenge

7. Adam and Eve Lived the Gospel (Power Point Presentation) by Ericka Covalt

8. Adam and Eve Lived the Gospel by Ericka Covalt / David Hill (Power Point Presentation)

9. Adam and Even Lived teh Gospel (Power Point Presentation) by Jodie Jones

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Comments (4)
  • Anonymous

    I just love these power point formatted lessons. The colors used. Children are so VISUAL.It helps them focus. I resorted to converting each slide to .jpg and printing them out.(oh am I gonna need more ink). But I haven't figured out how to brighten my lap top screen so that they can view them off the lap top. Here at home...dark or light I can view. At church ...can't hardly...is the Lord trying to tell me something?

    Anyway, Thanks to all who enrich our lesson materials. My kids were great today.!!

  • Anonymous

    I took masking tape and black garbage bags to darken the class window and found the garbage bags stuck by static electricity, easy!
    If you can find a projector for the powerpoint its easier & a more effective presentation than trying to gather 9 students and 2 teachers around a laptop.

  • Anonymous

    My laptop problems are RESOLVED!! The classroom has a dead outlet. So with an extension cord we got "hooked up" and enjoyed our Power point lesson. Thanks for your work.

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