Lesson 44: We Can All Help at Church

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The main purpose of Primary 1 Lesson 44: We Can All Help at Church is to understand that we each of us can help at church!

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Teacher Study

Help the Refugees among Us (Church news article)

What You Can Do (church article)


"Our Bishop"- Children's Songbook pg. 135

"Do As I'm Doing"- Children's Songbook pg. 276

"Nephi's Courage"- Children's Songbook pg. 120

"A Happy Helper"- Children's Songbook pg. 197

"I Will Be Valiant"- Children's Songbook pg. 162

"When We're Helping"- Children's Songbook pg. 198

Thanks to Melonheadz for the use of some of her graphics. My Primary 1 Lesson 44 packet includes:

  • I can be a super helper coloring page (boy and girl)
  • I can help at church badge
  • Bishop coloring page

Click the image to print

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Lesson Ideas

Nephi Builds a Ship- Color the tools Nephi might have used to build his ship.

Heavenly Father Commands Nephi to Build a Ship- Scripture figures you can use to tell the story.

Nephi- poster

A Day with the Bishop- Glue the squares on the board and color them. Then use the Bishop figure to go across the board and talk about the different things he does.

Pass It On- About 2 1/2 minute video of children answering the call from President Monson to help others.

Find the Differences- Pictures of a girl in the Bishop's office

Happy Birthday, Bishop!- Color it or find all the things that are funny in this picture (hidden picture)

For reverence related activities, please see Behold Your Little Ones Lesson 20

Coloring Pages

Nephi Was Blessed for Choosing the Right (building the boat)

My Family is Blessed When we Remember Jesus (passing the sacrament)