Scripture Reference: Matthew 21

December 28, 2018
Matthew 21–23; Mark 11; Luke 19–20; John 12

If you are teaching adults, you may want to remind your class that the lessons taught in Primary differ greatly from the material emphasized in the manual for children this week. What have the families in your class found helpful in discussing the things they learn during Sunday School and Primary at home? How can they learn from each other during these discussions? If they aren't studying together, how can they start?

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December 31, 2012

Students pretend to be newscasters who tell a familiar gospel story. EXAMPLE: I told my students that we were going to pretend to be newscasters describing the events of Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem. Each zone received a section of Matthew 21 to give a news cast on. The parables were difficult, but the kids […]

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October 16, 2012
Struggling to get back my A-game

Well, it's obvious that I've been away from teaching for a while. I'm feeling like I'm not quite on my A-game yet. I don't know if the kids have gotten out of the habit of discussing with the other teacher or if I'm not asking the right questions. Either way, my lesson today could have […]

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July 23, 2005
Ask and You Will Receive

Items needed a quarter or other coin (Put a quarter on your head) Tell the children that whomever can get the quarter off your head without touching you can have it. When they cannot get the quarter, tell them that if anyone of them had asked, you would have handed him/her the quarter. The Bible […]

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