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Primary 4 lesson 11

Primary 4 lesson 11

English lesson 11 – what do you like? food vocabulary

It’s likely that some of the links in this article are affiliate links. Thank you so much for your support. See the full disclosure for more details. Instructions Remember that the ultimate aim of Primary 4 Lesson 11: Abinadi and King Noah is to inspire the class to be courageous in their witnessing for Jesus Christ (like Abinadi).
Latter-day Chatter’s Abinadi and King Noah Jumbo Cut-outs will help you amp up your lesson.
To go along with these chapters, The Redheaded Hostess has a great Scripture Study packet.
Unless otherwise mentioned, the following are links to LDS.org.
Bishop Gary E. Stevenson’s “Be Valiant in Bravery, Strength, and Activity” is a teacher study.
Elder Robert D. Hales’ book “Christian Courage: The Price of Discipleship”
Sister Mary N. Cook’s “Never, Never, Never Give Up!”
There are videos online.
Dare to Be Alone (approximately 4 1/2 minutes)
– President Monson’s bravery account
Joseph F. Smith’s True Blue, Through and Through (approximately 1 1/2 minutes)
– Account of Joseph F. Smith’s bravery
a piece of music
“I Will Be Valiant” (Children’s Songbook, pg. 162) “Dare to Do Right” (Children’s Songbook, pg. 162)
– pg. 158 of the Children’s Songbook “The Church of Jesus Christ”
– “Nephi’s Courage” on page 77 of the Children’s Songbook
– “Stand for the Right” on page 120 of the Children’s Songbook
– pg. 159 of the Children’s Songbook “Choose the Right Way”
“Do What I’m Doing,” pg. 160, Children’s Songbook
– Page 276 of the Children’s Songbook
“I Will Obey God’s Plan”- Children’s Songbook pg. 164″Keep the Commandments”- Children’s Songbook pg. 146
The Bible
6-7 in Joshua 1
2 Chronicles 23:62 Revelation 1:7 15:4 in Alma Isaiah 53:20-21 Isaiah 56:45 128:22 D&C

Primary 4 – 2nd term – env – video 5 – lesson 11

Make a copy of the nine-dot diagram for each child or draw it on the chalkboard. Tell the kids that they must link all of the dots by drawing four consecutive straight lines without lifting the pencil or chalk off the chalkboard. Show one child the right answer without asking the others after they’ve tried many. Show another boy, and so on, until all of the children are able to connect the dots. Explain that when we learn something new, we will support others by teaching them what we’ve learned. We will support others by teaching them about Heavenly Father once we have heard about him.
Enable each child to take a turn removing things from the sack. Ask each child to identify his or her object in one or two sentences. Explain that the children will see how each object relates to the life of a righteous and valiant prophet called Abinadi as they learn about him.
Show the image of Abinadi in front of King Noah and teach the tale of Abinadi from Mosiah 11–13, 15:1, 6–8, 16:14–15, 17, and Mosiah 19:4–20. (See “Teaching from the Scriptures,” p. vii, for suggestions about how to teach the biblical account.) Insist on the fact that Abinadi was a brave witness for Jesus Christ, even though it cost him his life. Explain how each object relates to Abinadi’s existence if you use the alternative attention operation.

Exercise lesson 1 unit 11 primary 4

I’m going to tell you a great story! Do you think 5,000 people could be fed with just five loaves of bread and two small fish? 5,000 people is a large group! I only have four boys, and I’m not sure I could feed them with that little food.
By the Sea of Galilee, Jesus was. There were 5,000 people in attendance to hear Him speak. Dinner was approaching, but no one had brought anything to eat. The disciples of Jesus desired that Jesus send the people to the nearest village to buy food. Instead, Jesus instructed the disciples to check to see if anyone had brought food. The disciples discovered a boy with food. Let’s take a look inside his bag and see what he ate.

Primary 1 lesson 11: i am thankful for fish

Make a copy of the nine-dot diagram for each child or draw it on the chalkboard. Tell the kids that they must link all of the dots by drawing four consecutive straight lines without lifting the pencil or chalk off the chalkboard. Show one child the right answer without asking the others after they’ve tried many. Show another boy, and so on, until all of the children are able to connect the dots. Explain that when we learn something new, we will support others by teaching them what we’ve learned. We will support others by teaching them about Heavenly Father once we have heard about him.
Enable each child to take a turn removing things from the sack. Ask each child to identify his or her object in one or two sentences. Explain that the children will see how each object relates to the life of a righteous and valiant prophet called Abinadi as they learn about him.