The ‘Come Follow Me’ lessons in June focus on helping teens understand the Priesthood and Priesthood Keys. This can be a tricky topic to teach because it is a huge area and it’s hard to find ways to break it down into small, weekly lessons.
In this video, I share a few of my favorite object lessons that teach about keys and about the Priesthood. Hopefully it will help you stimulate great discussions and find ways to help the kids in your class understand and relate to this core principle of the gospel.
Maria Eckersley is a graphic designer and stay-at-home mom of six. You can find more of her teaching tips on her site, MeckMom.com and her YouTube channel Maria Eckersley.
Can you believe that summer is just around the corner? Today was my little guy’s last day of preschool! If you are a planner like me, you might be looking ahead to the summer months and already starting to plan things out.
In June, the Come Follow Me curriculum is all about the priesthood, which is so fitting because Father’s Day is also in June. I decided to make these fun printables that can be used as a gift to recognize and thank the men in our life for using priesthood power to bless our lives.
Included in this kit are two different printables. One is a bottle wrap to wrap around a bottle of Powerade. The other is a tag that can be used to tie around a bottle of Powerade, or to use with any gift. I also created these on 2 different sizes of paper, 11×17 (to be able to wrap around the entire bottle) and 8.5×11. All the files are available here.
These printables also coordinate with the Come Follow Me lesson printables that are available here.