Thursday, February 3, 2011

Primary Printables (Manual 3, Lesson 6)

“Lesson 6: Jesus Christ’s Church Has Been Restored,” Primary 3

Restoration of the Church Coloring Page

I compiled a couple of elements from the lesson to create this coloring page. The title states the lesson Purpose to teach that “The True Church of Jesus Christ Has Been Restored.” Then I also included to lyrics to the song suggested in the lesson, “The Priesthood is Restored.” And the coloring image is courtesy of Sugardoodle clipart library.

Priesthood Restoration Coloring Page

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10 comments:

A.L.L. said...
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A.L.L. said...

I'm for sure using this for my class this Sunday. Thanks so much, I love your blog!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much. I have to sub on Sunday, so this is a big help. I love it.

Anonymous said...

My husband and I are older teaching the 7 year olds in Primary. We will definitely be using the picture of the Restoration on Sunday. Thank you so so much for the help.

Kerri said...

Thanks! I'm using this today! I appreciate your help.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much!!!! You have just made my lesson so much easier!!!

Marji & Jim said...

thanks! my class loves to color

Tracy said...

This is awesome! Thanks for making my lesson so much easier!

dedesmith32 said...

Thanks so much!

Shannon said...

I am using this for my lesson, tomorrow. Thank you for sharing your talents. I teach 6/7 year olds. This handout is perfect for that age- its hard finding a hand out that isn't to childish.

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