The purpose of Primary 3 Lesson 3: The Commandments Helps Us Choose the Right is understand that Heavenly Father gave us commandments to helps make right choices.
"Choose the Right Way"- Children's Songbook pg. 160
"Dare to Do Right"- Children's Songbook pg. 158
"Keep the Commandments"- Children's Songbook pg. 146
"Nephi's Courage"- Children's Songbook pg. 120 (especially verse 3)
"Seek the Lord Early"- Children's Songbook pg. 108
"Stand for Right"- Children's Songbook pg. 159
"Teach Me to Walk in the Light"- Children's Songbook pg. 177
"The Commandments"- Children's Songbook pg. 112
This handout packet includes a 10 Commandments cut out sheet, 2 coloring pages of Lehi's Dream (one with a boy, one with a girl), 1 picture that has the 10 Commandments listed, and 1 sheet that lets you divide the commandments into two categories. There is a variety of ways you can use these handouts. I made the 10 Commandment cut out sheet so you could cut the pieces apart and either organize them in the right order or you can cover another picture up with the pieces and as each child takes one piece off they say how they can live that commandment. With that in mind, however, I used some of the words from the Primary song "The Commandments" instead of just using "No adultery" so it was more kid friendly. I only put some of the details in from Lehi's Dream so you can fill in the rest together or just color it if you have a younger class. The cute kids are from Melonheadz graphics.
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Abinadi and the Ten Commandments- Crossword (older kids)
Ten Commandments- Finger play (scroll down)
I Obey Jesus Christ- Write the commandments on these tablets or about things you have done to keep the commandments
Keep the Commandments- Decode and circle the right picture (older kids)
Commandments- Draw pictures that go with some of the commandments President Hunter has mentioned
Keep the Commandments- Make this moving picture to demonstrate coming closer to Christ as we keep the commandments
Living the Commandments- Divide the commandments into these 3 categories then fill bags up with strips of paper saying how you saw someone keep that commandment this week