Use this great Matching Mat from Latter-day Chatter (it's free).
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"Because God Loves Me"- Children's Songbook pg. 234
"I am Like a Star"- Children's Songbook pg. 163
"Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam"- Children's Songbook pg. 60
"We'll Bring the World His Truth"- Children's Songbook pg. 172 (Army of Helaman)
I know superheros aren't the first thing you think about when you hear a child of God but how great would it be to have your children think of being a child of God every time they saw a superhero? To print these, click on the images you want. The superhero pack includes Spiderman, Captain America, Flash, Batman, and Wonder Woman. The other pack has just a blank oval to make a face with hats- there is a cowboy hat, a princess crown, and a birthday hat. If you like them, please take a second to pin it too- thanks!
You are not invisible- Bright Idea poster
A Child of God- Finish the faces (a boy and a girl)
Heavenly Father Loves Me- Scroll down and cut these snowflakes out before class then decorate them in class
Know Who You Are- Make stcik puppets with these faces and do some fun small skits or sayings as each child holds one
I am a Child of God- Frame with pictures to cut out and glue around it. I like the concept but think it would be annoying to cut out all the pictures- stickers would be great though!
We Are All Children of God- Find the matching pictures and talk about even though we are all different, we are all still children of God
I am a Child of God- This is supposed to be a yearly advent but it would be fun to do just like a puzzle- read the scriptures with it or pull things from the lesson to put it together.
I am a Child of God- A box to put together- I'd skip the scripture part for this age but I'm sure you could have fun with the box still- roll it like a dice and talk about each scene.
I am My Heavenly Father's Child (4 squares to color- Jesus, the earth, family, and girl praying)