If you look at one tiny piece of a puzzle , there is no way for you to know what the whole puzzle is depicting, or even how that one piece fits into the whole. ?Really, one little piece of the puzzle is meaningless, except as it relates to the whole picture. ?The Plan of Salvation gives us the BIG PICTURE and helps us see how all the little pieces of our lives fit in. ?Without the big picture it is like trying to put together a jigsaw puzzle without the finished picture.
An activity object lesson could be giving the girls a 50 piece jigsaw puzzle from the dollar store and letting them try to put it together without the picture for awhile, and then providing the picture and see if they do any better. You could even have the girls pair off and each have a puzzle to solve – And explaining that Heavenly Father has provided us with the picture, but understand that most of the world doesn’t have the picture and they can get way off base knowing what to focus on with out it.
I think it is significant for the girls to compare what the world thinks is important and what the Gospel teaches us is important, and seeing why the world is confused, because the world blares into their ears and eyes constantly telling them what is important and it is so destructive, and the reason why is because they don’t know the big picture.
The scripture references and other items could be listed on puzzle pieces for the girls to look up and read.