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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Primary 3 Lesson 29

Primary 3
Lesson 29
Having Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ

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A couple of year ago my team teacher Stacie made the children "Faith" rocks for a handout. I loved it and wanted to share what she did. 

I found flat clear rocks at Craft Warehouse for $2.00. I had a sheet of Vellum and Mod Podge.
I typed up the words to print off on the vellum sheet:
Then I Mod Podged the words onto the rocks. I haven't completed them all, but thought I would share this idea in case you'd like to do it too. I'll post another picture when I have them all done. 
A great comment with another idea: 
 I got the rocks and Mod Podge only to realize I didn't have the vellum. So, I used a Sharpie, wrote in reverse and Mod Podged over it. (Yes, I could get the Sharpie off by rubbing it)
I'm going to put my stones in a bag with a finger flashlight. I can't wait for Primary! 

Sondra says: I LOVE the idea with the finger flashlight in the sack with the "Faith" rocks as I hand them out to each child to take home. I am going to use this idea too!
A friend of mine, Cherie is a Primary Teacher for the 4 year olds. She gave them homework to find out the name of the brother of Jared. She told them she would bring a treat next week for any child who could tell her the name of the Brother of Jared. 

I didn't know the Brother of Jared had a name, so I googled it. 
His name is:
Mahonri Moriancumer

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love your idea. I got the rocks and Mod Podge only to realize I didn't have the vellum. So, I used a Sharphie, wrote in reverse and Mod Podged over it. (Yes, I could get the Sharpie off by rubbing it)
I'm going to put my stones in a bag with a finger flashlight. I can't wait for Primary! Thanks for your great inspiration.

Anonymous said...

please can you explain the idea of the stones.

Ivy said...

I think this person means that they drew directly onto the back of the rocks w/sharpie. Only they printed backwards so it'd look right from the top. Then they coated the back with some Modge Podge to make sure the sharpie wouldn't come off. Great idea that I'll definitely use, thanks!
Ivy :)

Kent Anderson said...

Can someone please explain to me, what a "finger flashlight" is and where to get them?

Sondra Murray said...

Kent, it's just a small flash light that goes on a finger. Any small flashlight would work. I've added a link to the word "Finger Flashlight" in the post above. If you click on that, you will be taken to Amazon - where you can see what they are.

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