K is for Kindness

Invitations:

On Monday and Tuesday I put out different coloring sheets of children acting in kind ways–raking leaves, doing the dishes, comforting someone who has been hurt, taking care of a pet, etc.  Then at circle time each child talked about what was happening in their picture and how that portrayed a kind act.

On Wednesday and Thursday I put out lots of small heart shapes that I had cut out of white drawing paper.  I also put dollops of pink, red and purple paint onto the small plastic lids that I often use as make-shift pallets.  I let the children use their fingers to paint the hearts.  They could take the hearts home that they painted and when they saw someone doing a kind act, the child could give that person a heart.IMG_4768.jpg Continue reading

Lesson 6: I Will Tell You In Your Mind and In Your Heart, by the Holy Ghost

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Articles:

Oliver Cowdery’s Vermont Years and the Origins of Mormonism by Larry E Morris

That They Might Come to Understanding: Revelation as Process by Steven C Harper

Helping Students Understand the Principles of Personal Revelation by Ronald E. Bartholomew

Using the Supernal Gift of Prayer by Richard G. Scott

You Were Born to Lead, You Were Born for Glory by Sheri Dew

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