Monday, February 23, 2009

I Can Learn to Listen and Obey---(reposted from 4/16/2007)

I am sorry that I am reposting an old lesson today, but my daughter really needs this lesson again and since I really need to give this lesson tonight I figured that I would just repost for those who hadn't seen it yet. Thanks-Natalie

Family Home Evening Lesson
I Can Learn to Listen and Obey

Opening Song: “Listen, Listen” (Children’s Song Book # 107)

Opening Prayer: Daddy

Lesson: Mommy

I Can Learn to Listen and Obey

Scripture: Ephesians 6:1
Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right.

Story: Use the story of the “2000 Young Warriors” or your gospel art kit picture 313 and read the story on the back.

Activity: Play a game that requires the children to listen and obey directions from the leader like “Simon Says”, or sing “Do as I’m Doing” (Children’s Song Book # 278) or some other following game. Discuss the difference between following these kinds of directions and following the directions of your parents, prophets or leaders.

Closing Song: “Quickly I’ll Obey” (Children’s Song Book # 197)

Closing Prayer: Mommy

Treat: Wacky Cake
Given by: Mom

Sift together in a 9x13 baking pan:
3 cups flour
2 cups sugar
4 Tbs. cocoa
2 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. salt

Make three holes in the dry ingredient mixture and add:
1st hole- ¾ cup oil
2nd hole- 2 Tbs. vinegar
3rd hole- 2 tsp. vanilla

Pour 2 cups cold water over the whole thing and mix well with a fork until well mixed.

Bake at 350ยบ for 40 minutes.

5 comments:

My Lady Blog said...

My kids need this lesson every 5 minutes! :)

Senior Family said...

thanks for reposting this we used it tonite :) love this blog !!

Karena said...

Hi. I was doing some research and I came across your blog. I've just started a similar blog and was wondering if you would allow me to have a link to yours?

I loved this post and will be doing it this week!

Murphy Family said...

Thank you so much... I came accross this blog a while back in hopes of starting to have FHE in our home. My daughter is 3 and its a duanting task.

However I held FHE tonight and used this lesson. Thank you so much for posting it. I will be following this blog and will hopefully be able to make weekly FHE's a habbit in our home.

Ras Family said...

This is PERFECT!!! Thank you!!!