Tag: judging others

March 12, 2014
Peculiar People

Dress up in strange clothes. Pants, long skirt and a short skirt, Long sleeve shirt and a fishing vest, funny hat and have half your hair up and the other down, wear a snow boot and a high heel (be extravagant). Teach your lesson like you dress like this all the time. Then at the […]

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February 20, 2013
Hypocrisy - What's on the Inside Matters

I used this object lesson to teach about hypocrisy to my Seminary class. First, I printed chewing gum inserts on card stock.  Each insert was 140mm x 18mm and fit inside a Juicy Fruit wrapper. On each was written the following references and words: "Thou Whited Wall" Acts 23:3 and  "Full of Dead Men's Bones"  […]

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June 14, 2011
Someone in this room is being judged.

Items needed: a medium to large ( framed if possible) picture on an easel, covered with fabric Lesson: Prepare your lesson on not judging. When setting up your class to teach, have a medium to large ( framed if possible) picture on an easel. Cover the picture with pretty fabric before anyone gets to see […]

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May 24, 2010
Worth of All is Equal

Items needed: worn $20 bill new $20 bill Lesson Get a worn out $20 bill and a brand new one. Ask students if these are equal in value and could buy the same thing. The answer is yes and that we are all equal worth to Heavenly Father. Here is a good quote from President […]

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January 24, 2010
Don't judge a Kiwi by it's cover

Pass around the kiwi fruit. Make the point that the kiwi has a rough, unpleasant, hairy, tasteless exterior. Ask the students the following questions:  What makes the kiwi fruit seem unappealing? (It's exterior.)  What are some outward features by which we judge others?  Who might be "kiwi people" around us? When the fruit has been […]

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April 24, 2007

Remove the label from a can of soup and put it on a completely different can of soup, such as put a label from a can of green pea soup onto a can of tomato soup. The labels are usually easy to remove and replace. Ask the class what is in the can, then open […]

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February 22, 2007
"Labeling" others

Tape the contrasting label directly over the canned food label. Make sure no part of the true contents are showing. I used a Green bean label and covered over a can of pears. I asked the children if they liked green beans. Most said they did not, I elaborated on this issue and afterward I […]

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February 20, 2006
Looking on the inside

Items needed dark-colored crayons picture of the Savior in a glass covered frame cleaner (Goo Gone or WD-40 will work fast, or you can use regular soap and elbow grease if you'd like it to take longer to clean) I used a picture of the Savior and took the crayons, mostly darker colors, and colored […]

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September 22, 2004
What matters is what's inside

Here's an an awesome object lesson that I use with my kids at camp - all you need is a can of fruit or vegetables, and take the label off...add a dent or two also. It's amazing what and how much the younger ones can come up with! Put the can in the middle of […]

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