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Primary 7 Lesson 4: Jesus Christ Is the Son of Heavenly Father- The purpose of this lesson is to understand that Jesus Christ is the only Begotten Son of God.
"Eternal Life- to Know Our Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ" by Elder Robert D. Hales
"Jesus Christ: Our Savior and Redeemer" by President Ezra Taft Benson
The Only True God and Jesus Christ Whom He Has Sent (about 2 1/2 minutes)- Elder Holland testifies
He Lives: Testimonies of Jesus Christ (about 2 minutes)- Apostles share their testimonies
The Nativity (about 6 minutes)- Luke 2
Jesus Christ is Born- Illustrated scripture story (about 1 1/2 minutes)
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This handout packet includes 2 Journal pages to go along with Enrichment Activity 1 (one for Mary and one for Joseph), 1 homework page, and 1 Article of Faith 1 poster in 2 sizes. If you like it, please share it! The images of Mary and Joseph can be found on LDS.org here.
He Sent His Son- Order the events before and after Christ's birth
A Week for the Christmas Story- Finish the scene as you read scriptures and sing songs
Find the Differences- Spot the differences in these two scenes
The Christmas Story- (scroll down) Use the pictures to tell the Christmas Story or make ornaments as suggested in the activity above it.
Nativity Figures and Facts- Play a matching game with these pictures and facts
The Nativity- Color and glue to another sheet of paper to assemble
Nativity Craft- Make this simple stable and learn how to draw a sheep
Make Your Own Manger- Cute craft made with a paper bag
Nativity Cutouts- A pop out scene to assemble
The Wondrous Nativity- Another pop out scene to assemble
The Christmas Story (split scenes- the shepherds and the manger)
The First Christmas (dot to dot with Wise Men)
Isaiah Prophesies of Jesus Christ's Birth (manger scene)
Find this handout and more ideas at Rachael's Booknook