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Title Poster

Section: Introduce the doctrine

You can use this poster to display in your classroom to introduce the theme of the lesson for that week.

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Handout

There are 6 to a page. They are the perfect size for pinning on bulletin boards at home, taping in their locker at school, or collecting throughout the year and placing on a key ring each week to form a little flip book. ?They can be added to class journals or smash books.

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Journal Page

There are 2 to a page. ?You can use these during your lesson for the girls to write down their thoughts. ?You can add these to their class journals or smash books, send home to reflect on and add to their scriptures or journals.

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Scripture Cards

Use these cards as needed during the lesson to assign girls to look up these scriptures.

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Board Strips

Section: Learn togetherUse with: 1st bullet point

For the First Bullet Point in the LEARN TOGETHER section, you could pass out the scripture cards and then place these questions on the board for them to respond to – write their answers on the board.

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Worksheet

Section: Learn togetherUse with: 2nd Bullet Point

For the 2nd Bullet Point in the “Learn Together” section of the lesson you can use this worksheet to go along with any of the talks you choose to review:

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Notecards

Section: Learn togetherUse with: 3rd Bullet Point

Point 3 in the lesson under “Learn Together” suggests reading two scriptures together and then dividing the class into two groups to discuss ways our bodies are like temples. ?Pass out these strips to each girl to write her thoughts on and then come together as a class to have the girls place their ideas on the board and discuss together.

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Worksheet

Section: Learn togetherUse with: 4th Bullet Point

For the fourth Bullet Point in the “Learn Together” section, use these cards as you divide the girls into pairs to read and discuss the stories of Joseph and Daniel.

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Extra Activity

Section: Learn togetherUse with: 5th Bullet Point

This goes along with bullet point 5 in the lesson under “Learn Together.”

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Board Strips

Section: Learn togetherUse with: 6th Bullet Point

There are three board strips to go along with the three questions in the 6th bullet in the lesson under “Learn Together.”

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Attention Activity

Section: Introduce the doctrine

(this would make a great attention getting activity to start your lesson)

I’ve been watching Antiques Roadshow on Netflix a lot lately. ?People bring items they have in to find out what they might be worth from EXPERTS. ?Sometimes it is astounding how much things are valued at, and if people had realized what they actually had (handed down from granny) they might have taken a lot better care of it. ?The experts often tell them what they have and why it is of value, and then point out the condition problems and tell them what the item is worth with the problems, and then what it would be worth if it was in pristine condition, and the difference can take your breath away.

Knowing what you have makes all the difference. ?I have a table, I know it is old and worth something. ?I inherited it from my grandmother. ?The top was wobbling so I drilled some screws in to tighten it, and low and behold, they went all the way through to the top surface. ?That little careless and stupid choice has greatly devalued my table. ? A neighbor who is an antique and art dealer, keeps asking me to sell him that table, but I am afraid to even learn just how much those stupid screw holes have diminished the value of my table.

Knowing what you have – knowing what you are – understanding what is at stake – like the difference between the Celestial Kingdom and the Terrestrial Kingdom – that is so hard to really conceive – how you treat your body can make all the difference, and knowing what is at stake can help you appreciate why.

Click on this link to be taken to the activity: ?Antique Roadshow Activity