Day # 8, Christ-like Attributes: Charity & Love

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I’m happy to be here to talk about something that is very near and dear to my heart-Jesus Christ and his example of Charity and Love. If there’s one topic that I get most excited about when talking about Christ, it’s that one. I love what he taught us about loving others and I love to teach my kids the same. I’ve put together a short and simple lesson to help your children learn more about Jesus Christ and his example of Charity to those he met. Do what works best for your family…and enjoy! Lesson: Start off by watching 1-2 of these Bible videos about the life of Jesus. I recommend:

  Then talk about the principles taught in those videos. Reread the scriptures and talk about what they mean and how you can apply them to life today. What does it mean that “ye have done it unto me?” How does that translate into the life of a 6 year old? A 10 year old? A teenage? Talk about how they can show love to others in their life. Talk about some specific examples of how they can show charity and Christlike love in their lives. Have them take a few minutes to write their ideas in their journal. If your family is like mine, one of the biggest areas to work on in showing love is in the home. Talk about how you can show love to each other better. For us, it all boils down to some simple words, which my boys hear out of my mouth every single day and in most of my prayers as well-Be Kind! To help them remember, I’ve made some cute little printable handouts for them. Click to open them, then right click and save and then print them and have each person place one somewhere that will remind them each day to be kind to others: (I made several colors so take your pick!) Bekindturquoiseandgreen Bekindturquoiseandgray Bekindpinkandpurple Bekindpinkandgray Bekindblueandgray
Share with your family WHY charity, love and kindness matter to you.   Activity (and Treat!): One thing my family loves to do together is to get out and spread the love. So, for an activity tonight, take your family and go do something nice for someone. Here are a few simple ideas to get you started thinking:

  • Take treats to someone. You can even ding dong ditch them if you want to make it really fun!
  • Go through a drive thru and pay for the person behind you. (When we did this the lady at the drive thru said someone earlier had done the same thing and then one car after another paid for the person behind them and it lasted for about 10 cars. So cool.)
  • Take a treat and a thank you card to the local fire station or police station
  • Leave quarters on vending machines
  • Leave dollars in the dollar spot at Target or at the dollar store
  • Take flowers to a nursing home
  • Make lunches and hand them out to homeless people
  • Find a beggar on a corner and give him money
  • Serve a meal at a food bank
  • Send money to someone in need
  • Put together a package for service men and women
  • Write thank you notes to people who make a difference in your life
  • Make a meal for someone in need (just had a baby, someone’s been sick, etc.)

There’s tons of things you can do! Just pick some simple acts of kindness and do them. I’ve also created a printable tag that you can leave if it fits with your service. Kind of a pay it forward idea:
 One idea we do a lot is simply to make cookies and take them to a friend, a new neighbor, someone with a birthday, etc. It’s simple, but it makes people happy! Here is our favorite cookie recipe. This will also make a great treat for your family night:

Chocolate peppermint cookie recipe

Christ-like Attributes: Patience

Today is Day 7 of the 14 Day Walk With Christ.  I hope you are enjoying the lessons, my family is loving them!  Even if you don’t get to all of them, you can use them for Family Home Evening lessons.  

Lesson # 7 Christ-like Attributes: Patience
Preparation:  Purchase a large bag of candy (M&Ms, Skittles, Gumi Bears, etc.)  Put a few in a bowl and set them out at the beginning of the lesson.  Tell your family if they wait and don’t eat the candy in the bowl, they can have a better reward later.  Wrap or tie a bow on the large bag and reward it at the end of the lesson.
I love this saying, “Patience is not about how long you can wait, but how you behave while waiting.

Psalms 27:14 When I wait you strengthen my heart.

James 1: 3-4  
Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience.
But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may beaperfect and entire, wanting nothing.

What is Patience?
Patience is the capacity to endure delay, trouble, opposition, or suffering without becoming angry, frustrated, or anxious.  It is the ability to do God’s will and accept His timing.  Patience is related to Hope and faith; you must wait for the Lord’s promised blessings to be fulfilled; Actually, when we are unduly impatient, we are suggesting that we know what is best – better than does God. Or, at least, we are asserting that our timetable is better than his. Either way we are questioning the reality of God’s omniscience.

    Show a picture of Jesus

    The Lord, Jesus Christ, is our perfect example of patience. Though absolutely unyielding in adherence to the truth, he exemplified patiencerepeatedly during his mortal ministry. He was patient with his disciples, including the Twelve, despite their lack of faith and their slowness to recognize and understand his divine mission. He was patient with the multitudes as they pressed about him, with the woman taken in sin, with those who sought his healing power, and with little children. Finally, he remained patient through the sufferings of his mock trials and his crucifixion. – Joseph B. Wirthlin

    Testify to your family that patience is one way we come to be more Christlike. Remind your family that patience gives us the hope that Christ’s Atonement will save us.

    Role play, charades, or scenarios
    Brainstorm with your family situations in which it might be easy to “loose their patience”.  My children love playing charades, each child will come up with a scenario and act it out.  You can also role play, or just discuss situations that make them feel impatient.
    Show the videoContinuing in Patience” by Dieter F. Uchtdorf
    Talk about the dish of candy – was it hard to wait?  Was it hard not to sneak just one piece?  Give the children the large bag of candy and explain that it is always worth waiting patiently for something better.  
    Game:  Play Chutes & Ladders or Candyland or a similar type board games (don’t you agree, these games strengthen patience!!!)
    Handout:  Download HERE


    Day #6, Christ-Like Attributes: Faith

    Hi! I’m Marci Coombs and I’ve been writing my own little lifestyle blog over HERE
    for quite some time now.

    I blog about everything from: church ideas and recipes to craft tutorials and party details.  

    I love my life!  And I love the people I share it with EVEN MORE!
    I’m addicted to:  Diet Dr. Pepper, the color purple and all things polka dots!
    I was SUPER excited to be asked from the Jedi Craft Girl to be apart of the 14 Day Walk with Christ.  
    Is this not the BEST IDEA EVER for families to take part in?
    Kuddos to Amanda for creating and organizing it all!
    The topic I was given was:
    Christ-Like Attributes – Faith

    Start the lesson out by asking your children the question: 
    “What is faith?”

    Answers may include – –
    * Confidence in something or someone
    * A hope for things which are not seen, but which are true.
    Have everyone turn to Alma 32:21.
    “And now as I said concerning faith – faith is not to have a perfect knowledge of things; therefore if ye have faith ye hope for things which are not seen, which are true.”
    Attention Activity: Gather a plastic Easter egg, a few pebbles or grains of rice, and a small picture of the Savior. I printed mine out and just changed the sizing HERE.
    Roll up the picture so that it fits inside the egg and cannot be seen when shut.
    Shake the egg {with the rice in it} and ask the kids if they think anything is INSIDE of the egg?
    They will answer YES and then you can follow up with
     “But you can’t SEE anything in there…so how do you KNOW?”  
    Have the kids open up the egg to discover the picture.
    Explain that even though we have not seen Jesus Christ, we know He is there. We have had living prophets testify of the Savior, the scriptures are written ABOUT the Savior, and we can see His existence and all of His creations in the natural beauty of the earth everyday.
    “Another parable put he forth unto them, saying, The kingdom of heaven is like to a grain of mustard seed, which a man took, and sowed in his field:

    Which indeed is the least of all the seeds: but when it is grown, it is the greatest among herbs, and becometh a tree, so that the birds of the air come and lodge in the branches thereof.”
    Ask the kids if they know how big a mustard seed is?
    A mustard seed is about 1/20th of an inch in size.  It is one of the smallest seeds in the world.  Follow up by showing them this picture.
    Ask the kids: Do you think that it took great FAITH on the farmer’s part, to plant that teeny tiny seed – – and trust that it would grow into something large and bountiful?
    Ask the kids:

    What things are necessary to help a seed grow? Sunshine, water and air.
    If we stop watering our seeds or place it in a dark room, will it continue to grow? No.
    IF we continue to take care of our litte seed, doing everything that is necessary, our seed will staret to blossom and turn into something beautiful.
    Let’s compare our FAITH to a SEED.
    In order for faith to work, we need to plant it in our hearts.  
    Then we have to nourish it with: reading the scriptures, saying our prayers, going to church – all of these Gospel principles will help our own faith grow – – just like sunlight and water do with any type of seed.
    Read Alma 33:23.
    “And now, my brethern, I desire that ye shall plant this word in your hearts, and as it beginneth to swell, even so nourish it by faith.  And behold, it will become a tree, springing up in you unto everlasting life. And then may God grant unto your burdens may be light, through the joy of his Son. And even all this can ye do if ye will. Amen.”
    Activity: Let the kids plant their OWN seeds….literally!
    Purchase little clay pots {white styrofoam cups do the trick as well for this!} and have them decorate their pots however they’d like!
    Show them the correct way to plant a seed — while discussing the necessities for the seed to grow.
    Explain to them that faith is something that will continue to grow within us throughout our entire lives.  As long as we constantly NOURISH our faith, in doing what is righ, our lives will be blessed.
    Dessert: Serve ‘Dirt Cups’.
    This easy treat is always a hit with kiddos!
    All you’ll need is:

    Place your pudding into a cup of any kind, and top with crushed Oreos, gummy worms and gummy flowers.

    Thanks again for having me here and taking the time to read this post.  I hope that in some way, it can help your family come closer to our Savior, during this Easter season!
    For a copy of my Faith Printable for your journal you can click HERE.
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    Day #5, Christ-Like Attributes: Obedience

    Today’s lesson is from Jessica who writes the Latter-day Chatter blog.  Jessica writes and designs fabulous lessons and hand-outs.  This is an overview of the Obedience lesson, scroll down for the link to download the PDF.
     Click HERE to download the entire Obedience Lesson PDF

    Consider the Lilies, Day #4

    Hi! I am Rachel from Family Ever After. I love Easter, and I’m happy to be a guest on Amanda’s blog!
    Easter is a special time in our home, and this year I am making a concentrated effort to help my children understand why it is that we truly celebrate Easter. It is such a neat time to learn about the last week of Christ’s life spent ministering on Earth. There is so much symbolism to be found… 

    Spring (newness of life), the Sun (Jesus is the light of the world), Easter Grass (mortality doesn’t last forever, it withers like the grass, Christ offers Eternal Life), Easter Eggs (newness of life, resurrection), Lambs (Lamb of God, Good Shepherd), Flowers (many important events happened in gardens- the Fall in the Garden of Eden, the Atonement in the Garden of Gethsemane, the Resurrection in the Garden of the Empty Tomb). In this blog post, I am focusing on the Easter Lily, and how it relates to the phrase, “He is Risen.”

    Lilies are Easter flowers because they teach and remind us of Christ in 3 ways.
    1. Consider the Lilies of the Field- Faith in Christ
    While Jesus lived on the earth, he taught, through the imagery of lilies, about having faith in 
    Him: “And why take ye thought for raiment? Consider the lilies of the field, how they 
    grow; they toil not, neither do they spin: …Wherefore, if God so clothe the grass of the 
    field, which to day is, and to morrow is cast into the oven, shall he not much more clothe 
    you, O ye of little faith? Therefore take no thought, saying, What shall we eat? Or, What 
    shall we drink? Or, Wherewithal shall we be clothed? …for your heavenly Father knoweth 
    that ye have need of all these things. But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his 
    righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you” Matthew 6:28, 30-33. 
    When we see the lilies, we can remember that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ know us, and they know our needs. When we have faith in Jesus Christ, He will provide for us in all that we need. 
    2. Bulbs to Blooms- Burial to Resurrection
    Lilies are flowers that grow from bulbs. Bulbs stay buried in the ground all winter, and in 
    spring blossom forth with beautiful life. Jesus was buried in a tomb for three days, and then 
    came forth in a perfect form, having immortal life. Lilies remind us of this miracle and 
    symbolize the hope we have of everlasting life through the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live.” Jesus Christ rose from the dead, and provided a way for all of us to rise again after we die. 
    3. Trumpet Ushers in the Second Coming of Christ
    Lilies are shaped like what instrument? (trumpets) “In the scriptures, trumpets are used to sound warnings, proclaim news, and herald visitors. Moroni holds a horn to his lips with his right hand, symbolizing both the spreading of the gospel throughout the world and the long-anticipated Second Coming of the Savior, which will be announced by trumpet-blowing angels” (“Looking Up to Moroni” by Wendy Kenney, November 2009 New Era). 
    The trumpet shape of the lily reminds us that trumpets will herald (announce) the second coming of Christ.
    Matthew 24:31 “And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.” 
    Joel 2:1 “Blow ye the trumpet in Zion, and sound an alarm in my holy mountain: let all the inhabitants of the land tremble: for the day of the Lord cometh, for it is nigh at hand.” 
    (Content compiled by Jen Lund)
    Visual Aids- 
    a bouquet of Easter lilies or picture of lilies in a field
    lily bulbs
    picture of resurrected Christ
    Moroni with trumpet
    listen to “Consider the Lilies” sung by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
    Download this free 8×10 printable here.
    Make handprint lilies. 
    Supplies needed: paper, markers, glitter, yellow and green pipe cleaners, tape, scissors.
    Directions: Trace hands on white paper. Allow children to color and decorate as desired. Cut out as many as you want for the lily blooms. Roll the handprint vertically to form a funnel shape. Secure the side with clear tape. Roll each finger down to form the curls of each bloom. Cut yellow pipe cleaner ~3” (1 for each bloom). Loosely curve the yellow piece to form a U shape. Wrap the top of a green pipe cleaner at the bottom of the U. Curl the ends of the yellow cleaner to form the center of the bloom. Insert the completed green stem into the center of the bloom and pull through. Display the 
    lilies in a vase or wrap with a ribbon.
    I hope you find this useful, perhaps as a Family Home Evening lesson, or a Primary lesson in church. May you have a happy Easter!

    Jesus Loves Me, Day #2

    Hello! It’s Ginger from Ginger Snap Crafts! I am so excited to be participating in the 14 Days of Christ series! I think it’s a wonderful thing to do with your family this Easter season! 🙂 Speaking of family ~ I have a fun, wild & crazy one that’s for sure! ha! 😉 My husband & I have 5 beautiful & active children ages 16 to 4. They sure do keep it interesting around here. 🙂 Over on my blog I share fun crafts, easy recipes, organization tips & more.
    One of our favorite spring time traditions (that we have done several times over the years) is to hatch eggs in an incubator. We usually hatch chickens, but this year we have some turkey eggs in our incubator! I’ll have to do an update on our turkey chicks on my blog in about 28 days or so. 
    We also use this tradition to teach our kiddos about the wonderful creations that Jesus has made for us. We talk about how much Jesus loves them, and how he has created this beautiful world full of wonderful things just for us. It’s amazing to see one of Heavenly Father’s creations up close. It’s so fun watching my kiddos seeing the miracle of life. We still laugh when we think about my youngest daughter asking, “How did that chicken get in the egg?” She just couldn’t figure that one out! haha! 😉

    I know many of you probably aren’t able to hatch your own chicks but maybe you could take your kiddos to a petting zoo, classroom or farm that has some chicks hatching. It really is an amazing thing to watch. You can also find lots of fun egg hatching videos online, too. I’ve included a link to a super cool hatching video below along with some other fun activities to go along with the Jesus Loves Me theme for today.

    Today’s Activity:

    Watch this video of chicks hatching or visit a petting zoo or farm. 🙂

    Talk about how Jesus created the animals for us. Tell them that Jesus created the world, plants, animals & our families for us because he loves us. You could also talk about why we color Easter eggs & hunt eggs at Easter. Eggs symbolize new life & are a symbol of Christ’s resurrection.


    I Know That My Savior Loves Me

    Lesson Ideas: 
    Lil’ Chick Cookie Cups from The Gunny Sack
    I also made these handouts to include in your 14 days of Christ notebooks. 🙂
    You can just right click on the image & save to your computer.
    With this handout have your older kids list all the ways
    that they know that Jesus loves them.
    For younger kiddos you could have them draw a picture.
    This handout is the chorus of one of my favorite songs.
    You can really feel the love of the Savior when you hear this song.
    I made one where you can add a picture of you & the Savior.
    Then I made a handout with just the words. Enjoy! 🙂


    Jesus is the Light of the World

    Welcome to the first day of our 14 Day Walk with Christ.  I hope you and your family enjoy these lessons and take time to Come unto Christ as we anticipate the wonderful celebration of Easter.

    Day #1 – Jesus is the Light of the World
    Lesson Printable:  Download PDF, Download JPEG
    This lesson is a little backwards as we are doing the activity/craft first.  We are making lanterns to be used in the lesson.
    Activity: Mason Jar Lanterns
    Supplies: Mod Podge, Mason Jars, Tissue Paper, Wire. Paper Punch, colored tissue paper, tea light
    I used a hexagon shape paper punch, you can use any shape to cut the colored tissue.  Mod Podge the tissue paper shapes to the outside of the jar.  Let dry.  Wrap wire around the mouth of the jar to secure and form a handle.  Place a tea light in the jar.

    Have everyone design their own pattern – you can’t mess them up!  They all turn out cute!!

    Begin the lesson by turing off all the lights, or going into a dark room.  Have a discussion about light and darkness.  What types of physical light do we need in our life (sun, flashlight, light bulbs, candles, headlights, night light, moon, etc.) ?  How do you feel in the dark?  Do you remember a time you were afraid of the dark?  
    One by one, light the tea lights in each person’s lantern and notice how the light gets brighter with each light.

    Light always dispels darkness, it can never be the other way around.
    Sing: Teach me to Walk in the Light of His Love
    Scripture:  John 8:12 – Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.
     He also declared, “I am the way, the truth, and the life” (John 14:6). He is the way and He is the light because His teachings light our path in mortal life and show us the way back to the Father.
    What does “the path” refer to?
    How can we feel spiritual darkness?
    How can Jesus light your path?
    As we keep the Lord’s commandments, we see his light ever brighter on our path and we realize the fulfillment of Isaiah’s promise, “And the Lord shall guide thee continually” (Isa. 58:11).
    And so we see that Jesus Christ is the light of the world because he is the source of the light that quickens our understanding, because his teachings and his example illuminate our path, and because his power persuades us to do good.” – Dallin H Oaks
    Sometimes the path is hard
    Jesus taught that “there will be times when you will walk a path strewn with thorns and marked by struggle. There may be times when you feel detached—even isolated—from the Giver of every good gift.” For these times, he reminded us that “we were not placed on this earth to walk alone. … He will be there for us to provide help if we but ask.  Two ways we can find comfort: as we remember prayer and take time to turn to the scriptures, our lives will be infinitely more blessed and our burdens will be made lighter.” Thomas S. Monson
    Journal time:
    What is “the path” and where is my path leading?
    How can Jesus light your way?  What can we do to see the light?
    How have you felt Him light your path?

    If you have little ones who have a hard time writing in a journal, they might enjoy coloring this picture:

    14-Day Walk With Christ 2014

    I am so excited to announce my 14-Day Walk with Christ begins on Sunday, April 6th.  This has been such a memorable tradition in our family.  Ever day for the 2 weeks leading up to Easter I will post a lesson about Jesus that you share with your family.  Many of the lessons will include activities or crafts or games.  The goal is to spend 2 weeks growing closer to the Savior as you prepare for Easter.
    I have some fabulous guest bloggers contributing this year:
    Ginger from Ginger Snap Crafts
    Rachel from Family Ever After
    Jessica from Latter-Day Chatter
    Marci from Marci Coombs
    Heather from Raising Memories
    Melanie from LDS Handouts
    I can’t wait to see their creative lessons!
    Here is the schedule of the lessons in case you want to print the topics out and put them in your 14-Day Calendar.
    I will post each lesson in the evening so you can prepare to share the lesson the next day.  (Technically you will begin on Monday, but the lesson will be up Sunday night)
    Day #1 – Jesus is the Light of the World
    Day #2 – Jesus Loves Me
    Day #3 – Jesus is our Foundation
    Day #4 – Jesus is our Example
    Day #5 – Christ-Like Attributes: Obedience
    Day #6 – Christ-like Attributes: Faith
    Day #7 – Christ-like Attributes: Patience
    Day #8 – Christ-like Attributes: Charity & Love
    Day #9 – Service
    Day #10 -Parables: 10 Virgins
    Day #11-Parables: Sheep & the Goats
    Day #12 -Parables: the Sower
    Day #13 -Jesus Christ our Savior
    Day # 14 -Atonement & Resurrection
    If you would like to view last year’s lessons, click HERE.
    Last year we did a printable journal.  You can make a special journal for the 2 weeks or use your current journal.  There will be journal questions after each lesson and a hand-out you can glue in your journal as a reminder of the lesson.  Let me know if you have any questions and I hope you join us!!

    Day 14 – Easter

     I can’t believe today is Easter.  What a fun 2 weeks it’s been.  My plan was to hike up the hill by our house to watch the sunrise.  However, it has turned cold and I don’t want to make everyone sit in the freezing cold for a lesson.  So, we are getting up early and sitting around the fire and sharing our thoughts and feelings about Jesus and reflecting on the past 2 weeks.  We are also going to watch the video, He is RisenWe will write one last entry in our journals of our testimony of Jesus Christ.
    I hope you and your family have a memorable Easter and I hope you have enjoyed this journey with me.  Thanks for reading!!!

    Day 13 Resurrection

    Resurrection Eggs
    Preparation:  you need 12 plastic eggs.  Number them 1 through 12.  Below I have the number and corresponding items and scriptures.  (you could also place a little treat in each one.)  Place them inside the eggs.   Hide the 12 eggs.Have the children find the 12 eggs.  Open the egg and read each scripture beginning with egg #1.  This will take you through the Easter story.   There are pictures to go with just about every scripture.  Click HERE for the pictures.  The scriptures began with Christ’s entry into Jerusalem.

    Here are the Scripture references for the 12 eggs:
    1. Ride on a Donkey – Matthew 21:1-9
    2. Silver Coins – Matthew 26:14-16, 46-50; 27:1-5
    3. Passover Cup – Matthew 26:17-19, 26-28
    4. Praying Hands – Mark 14: 32-42
    5. Leather Whip – John 19; 1-15 Matthew 27:26-31
    6. Crown of Thorns – Matthew 27:29-31
    7. Nails in the Cross – John 19: 16-22
    8. Dice for Gambling – John 19: 23-25
    9. Soldier’s Spear – John 19:31-37
    10. Linen Wrapping – Matthew 27: 57-61
    11. Stone of the Tomb – Matthew 28:1-3
    12. Empty Tomb – Matthew 28:5-8

    For the past 15 years it is a tradition in our family to make “Resurrection Rolls.”  I didn’t come up with this recipe – it’s one of those things that gets passed around.  This is how we make them:

    Crescent Rolls (I was NOT happy with the Wal Mart brand)
    Cinnamon & Sugar mixture
    Regular size marshmallows
    Step 1 – Roll out the dough
    The cresecnet rolls come in triangles.  Each person needs 2 triangls.  You need to pat them into a rectangle or square.  Make sure there are NO holes or thin spots.  This dough is going to represent the tomb (you will see why in a minute).
    Step 2 – Melt the butter – you only need about 1/4 cup.

    Step 3
    The Marshmallow represents Jesus’ body.  Take the marshmallow and dip it in the melted butter and roll it in the cinnamon & sugar mixture.  This represents the oils and spices used to prepare the body.

    Step 4 – Next place the marshmallow in the middle of your dough rectangle.  I added a little more cinnamon on top of the marshmallow.  This next part is tricky.  You want to wrap the marshmallow inside the dough without having any holes.  They don’t look pretty – don’t worry….they will taste yummy.  Keep working the dough till it covers the marshmallow completely.

      The process of putting the marshmallow inside the dough represents Jesus’ body laid in the tomb.
    Lovely!  Now bake at 375 degrees for about 12 minutes.  I baked them on parchment paper.
    You can see where our seam separated.  Most likely the steam will find its way out.  You want the marshmallow to puff up, letting the dough around it puff up and hold its shape while baking.  Ours turned out okay.  I would like to blame the Wal Mart brand dough.  It was not fun to work with.
    When you cut it open, it will be hollow inside and the marshmallow will be gone.  The is just like when the tomb was found empty because Jesus had been resurrected.  My 5 year old was very concerned where the marshmallow went!!
    I hope your family enjoys making these.  This is my children’s favorite part of Easter.  We look forward to making these every year.  AND they are super delicious!!!
    Handout:  Click HERE
    Make sure to write in your journal.  Maybe the children can summarize the events that took place and the scriptures they read.  How do you feel knowing Jesus died for you and suffered all things for you that you may have eternal life?