Friday, November 19, 2010

Primary Handout Printables (Lesson 41)

{These are super cute for any Christian class or preschool.}

At my church we call the children’s Sunday school classes Primary. It’s for ages 3 to 11.  As a Primary teacher for MANY years, I’ve learned that if the children can leave your lesson with a simple, short message or principle, they will remember it better.  I like to put these short messages on a handout for them to take home to display on the fridge, wear proudly, or to tuck into their scriptures. 

With that said, I have created three printables for you to use as you like. {These match lesson 41 in Primary manuals 1, 2 & 6}

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Jesus Said Love Everyone: (Sunbeams manual 1—lesson 41, but can work for any young age). This goes with the song under "The scriptures contain the teaching of Jesus" segment of the lesson. This would be a great magnet to take home. Just print out, cut out, and stick on magnet tape. Or, attach a looped ribbon to the back and have the kids wear as badges.

Love Everyone Full Sheet Printable

He is Risen: (Junior Primary manual 2—lesson 41, but great for YW or RS too.) I think these would make either lovely tags on treats or stickers.

He is Risen Full Sheet Printable

Grow Strong with Good Choices: (Senior Primary manual 6—lesson 41, but good for any age). These would make adorable tags for take home treats. Or, attach a ribbon horizontally on back and tie around wrists like a bracelet.

Grow Strong Full Sheet Printable-1

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sugardoodle referenced their link to this blog post, but I'm afraid there is a little bit of a mix up. Lesson #41 in the Sunbeams manual (tomorrows lesson) is "Heavenly Father and Jesus gave us the scriptues". I'm not sure which lesson # yours actually is. Sorry :)

Sassy Classy Mommy said...

Anonymous-

Thank you for stopping by. This Sunbeam handout IS for the lesson 41. It goes with the song under the "The scriptures contain the teachings of Jesus" segment of the lesson. Hope this clears up your question.

Anonymous said...

thank-you for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much! Using the tags on small loaves of bread for my primary class. Perfect! Great blog. I'll be back!

Anonymous said...

Did anyone happen to mention that you are AWESOME?!! Thanks for being here!

Valarie Catero said...

Thank you so much for your wonderful ideas and artwork. It has really helped me as a new primary teacher. I look forward to seeing more.

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