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Saturday, November 5, 2011

Primary 3 Lesson 42

Primary 3 Manual
Lesson 42

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I've had this hand out for a long time about Tithing. The children think it is fascinating that I use real money.

I always bring 10 real dimes and let them count the dimes and figure out how much to pay tithing on the 10 dimes. I give them all a tithing slip. I find it is easier to have the top portion filled out for these younger children - even my 7 year olds. It's a a huge task to help them all put in their address and even look them up for each child - now I just have it filled out ahead of time. Plus, it is easier for the clerk to enter the tithing if it is filled out by me - less questions.

I give each child a dime and let them fill in the money portion of the ticket - and they can put in the date and ward (because it is the same for each child and you can print it on the chalk board). Then we walk down to the bishops office and give it to him or one of his councilors.

I have a tithing slip printed out to a full page size to show them - it's much easier.


Angie said...

You don't know me, and I think I've left a comment before, but thank you so much for going to so much work! I can't tell you how much I appreciate all these ideas and sheets you post.

Y.Qbd said...

Thank you so much for taking the time to compile these resources. I always get great ideas and supplemental activities to help solidify gospel principles with my class.


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