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Respect FHE Lesson

Respect FHE Lesson

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Published by Lara Goold
A FHE lesson designed to teach family members what respect is and how to show respect to themselves and to those around them.

The lesson is in full-color and ready for you to print, cut, and use!
A FHE lesson designed to teach family members what respect is and how to show respect to themselves and to those around them.

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Published by: Lara Goold on Nov 24, 2009
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Respect
by Lara Goold
 
Materials needed:
scriptures, parents may read
Teaching and Living Respect on a Day-to-Day Basis
in advance
Purpose:
Teach family members what respect is and how to show respect to themselves and to those around them.
Scripture:
 
 Honour thy father and thy mother; that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee
.”
Exodus 20:12
Songs:
 
Quickly I 
’ 
ll Obey
”,
 
Children’s Songbook page
197
 A Special Gift is Kindness
 
Children’s Songbook, page
145
Kindness Begins with Me
”,
Children
s Songbook, page 145
 Opening song and prayer:
 
Lesson:
 
What is respect?:
Treating others with high regard. That means to treat others with kindness, caring,understanding, and with a measure of love.
Why do we show respect?:
Each person is a child of God and worthy of our respect, especially our ownfamily members. Jesus Christ is the best example of showing respect. He treated everyone with love andkindness.
R-E-S-P-E-C-T booklet:
Using the large pictures in order and the acronym R-E-S-P-E-C-T (listedbelow) discuss the many different aspects of respect.
Discuss:
Using the pictures and acronym as a starting point
 — 
elaborate on the ones that you feel yourfamily needs to learn the most about.
Helaman and the 2000 Warriors:
Using summary below or scriptures and flannel board figures tellyour family about Helaman and the 2000 Warriors. Make sure to discuss how much they respected thepromises their parents had made not to fight and how they showed respect for their mothers
teachings byhow they lived their lives.
Activity:
 
Folder Game:
Have the children take turns picking pictures and help them decide whether that cardillustrates showing respect or disrespect. Have them attach it to the correct side of the folder.
Also enclosed:Parent Info:
Teaching and Living Respect on a Day-to-Day Basis
 Closing song and prayer:
 
Refreshments: see recipe below
 
 
 Crunchy Cookie Sandwiches with Cream Cheese Chocolate Filling
COOKIES:1/2 cup
butter
, softened1/2 cup
sugar
 1/2 cup
brown sugar
 1
egg
 1/2 tsp.
vanilla extract
 1 cup
flour
 1/2 tsp.
baking soda
 1/4 tsp.
salt
 1 cup
quick cooking oats
 1 cup crushed
cornflakes
 1/2 cup flaked
coconut
 FILLING:1 package (8-oz)
cream cheese
 1-1/2 cups
powdered sugar
 2 cups (12-oz.)
semisweet chocolate chips
, melted
In a mixing bowl, cream butter and sugars. Add egg and vanilla; mix well.Combine flour, baking soda, and salt; add to creamed mixture and mix well.Add oats, cornflakes, and coconut.Shape into 1-inch balls and place 2-inches apart on greased baking sheets.Flatten with a glass dipped lightly in flour. Bake at 350° for 8-10 minutesor until lightly browned. Remove to wire racks to cool.For filling, beat cream cheese and sugar until smooth. Add the chocolate;mix well. Spread about 1 tablespoon on half of the cookies and top eachwith another cookie. Store in the refrigerator. Makes about 2 dozen cookies.Enjoy!
 
 
“ 
 Respect
” 
booklet
 — 
use these acronyms with the corresponding pictures below and discuss these different partsof respect. Feel free to use your own words or to change things up as you feel is best for your family.
R
 — 
Respect for
Religion
 — 
Not only should we be reverent during church to respect people who are near us, but weshould also be respectful of other people
s beliefs that are different from our own.
E
 — 
Respect for
Elders
 — 
We should show respect for those older than us. They have lived a lot longer than we have andmost often want what is best for us. We can show respect for our elders by being polite, obedient, not talking back,visiting them or writing them letters, and listening to their stories without interrupting.
S
 — 
Respect for
Self 
 — 
Our bodies are a wonderful gift from Heavenly Father and we should do our best to respect them.We can show respect for ourselves by always following the Word of Wisdom, taking care of our teeth, eating healthyfoods, getting enough exercise, taking baths often, wearing clean, modest clothing, and always living the commandments.
P
 — 
Respect for
Parents
 — 
Our parents love us very much. We should always show respect to them even when they areasking us to do something we don
t want to do. We should obey them, speak kindly to them without yelling or whining,and try our hardest to help our home be a happy place.
E
 — 
Respect for
Earth
 — 
our earth is a special gift from Heavenly Father and we should always show respect towards it.We show our respect by not throwing our garbage on the ground, by recycling whatever we can, and by not wastingthings.
C
 — 
Respect for
Children
come from many different places and types of families, but each one is still a child of God.We should always show respect to other children by treating them kindly, respecting their differences, and by being polite.
T
 — 
Respect for
Teachers
 — 
Teachers work hard to prepare their lessons and to teach us. We should show respect to ourteachers at school and at church. We can show respect for our teachers by coming to class on time, paying attention to thelessons, completing our assignments, and not talking with our friends during class.

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Thank you for your posts! I have used them both for FHE and in YW lessons/activities. They are great and being enjoyed in Elk Grove (Sacramento-ish)!
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Thank you so much for the great lessons you have created and shared with us less talented people. I can't wait to use more of them. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Linda Raccuia
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Thank you for posting this. Great lesson. I wanted to do an FHE on respect and found this via a google search. Great ideas. I'm excited to teach this tonight.
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