Gospel Learning On Your Lap

lapbooking, LDS, homeschooling

In Premortal Life, I chose to Follow God’s Plan.

on January 22, 2012

The Sharing Time theme for Week 3 of January is: In premortal life, I chose to follow God’s plan.  The Sharing Time outline suggests singing lots of primary songs to encourage understanding of principles in the plan of salvation.   You can listen to the music and lyrics of these songs, (CS4, CS2-3, CS153, CS103, CS105, CS 95, CS188, CS34-35)  and match them to the pages of this circle book.
God’s plan circle tag book.pdf

There is a special song selected to learn in January called “As a Child of God” .  Help your child learn the words by adding the lyrics to your lapbook.
Song and earth sort.pdf

                                                                                                  (Save the earth graphics and pocket for Week 4)

The next element for your lapbook will require some cutting and coloring.  This is great fine motor skills practice for children! I recommend printing the Plan of Salvation out on cardstock or laminating the pieces.  See if your children can arrange all the pieces in order and tell about the plan of salvation it their own words.  For older children, have them look up or read scripture passages pertaining to each section.

Assemble Plan of Salvation pocket and glue inside your lapbook. Store images inside.

What do you think so far?  Leave me a comment if you’d like.

 

 

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3 responses to “In Premortal Life, I chose to Follow God’s Plan.

  1. Kelly Swanson says:

    I’m so excited about this…your site looks great and I can’t wait to follow along! We are having FHE tonight and this is it! Thanks for helping me reach my resolution to have more thoughtful FHE lessons…and to teach throughtout the week too!

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