Saturday, February 2, 2013
Primary 5 Lesson 5
Primary 5 Manual
Jospeh Smith Receives the Gold Plates
Write on metal plates.
I find writing on an aluminum can is a lot of fun, but it can be dangerous with the sharp edges. I prefer to use aluminum foil. This is what I do:
Cardboard - I used thin cardboard from a cereal box/cookie box out of my recycle bin.
Skewers - you could also use toothpicks if you don't have skewers on hand.
Cut card board to desired size. Cover with foil. To secure the aluminum foil on the back of the card board, I just used scotch tape.
Then the children can write on "metal plates" that are not dangerous.