Heavenly Father Has a Body
Click on the link above for a PDF copy of the lesson you can print.
Click on the link below for a quick 1 page printout of the lesson.
Other Links You May Find Helpful:
Link to Sugardoodle.net
Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes (Primary Hymnbook; Hymn 275)
I Have Two Ears (Primary Hymnbook; Hymn 269)
Picture of the Jesus from lds.org
Picture of The First Vision from lds.org
The First Vision ~ From April 2008 Friend
Heavenly Father Has a Body File Folder Game by Melanie Day
Articles of Faith Printable ~ Super Cute! By Simply Fresh Designs
Pop Up Craft ~ Sugardoodle.net
Color and cut all pictures.
Glue trees to cup (bottom of cup on bottom), cut a hole in bottom of cup.
Glue Joseph Smith and Heavenly Father and Jesus to another stick.
Put the Heavenly Father and Jesus Stick inside the cup.
When you are re-telling the story Heavenly Father and Jesus Pop out of the trees when they appear.
Just Like Me Coloring Page By BreAnne Bishop on sugardoodle.ent
Video: Joseph Smith's First Vision ~ lds.org
Click here to see the lesson from the manual on lds.org:
Click here for Supplemental Resources from lds.org
For the Grown Ups:
Here are some great talks to read that are related to this subject!
The Sanctity of the Body
Susan W. Tanner
(Amazing talk about treating our bodies as temples, and loving them as a blessing from Heavenly Father!)
Ye Are the Temple of God
Boyd K Packer
(A great talk on keeping our bodies clean and pure)
Here is a FHE lesson on the same subject but made especially for infants and toddlers:
I Have a Body Like Heavenly Father's
For Sunbeam Teachers:
*Note: this week it is a little different. Page 1 = teacher outline. Print pages 2, 3 back to back for girls, and pages 2,4 back to back for boys!
What is included:
1st Page: a guide for me to use in class (not an end all - feel free to add and take away things!)
2nd and 3rd page: (meant to be printed back to back) "What I learned in Sunbeams Today" for the front, and the coloring page on back. It is a word document so you can edit it to fit what you are teaching!