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Baptism FHE Lesson

Baptism FHE Lesson

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Published by Lara Goold
The purpose of this ready-to-print lesson is to teach about Jesus’ baptism, what happens when someone is baptized, and the importance of the covenants we make at baptism.

Lesson is in full-color and is ready to print, cut, and use!
The purpose of this ready-to-print lesson is to teach about Jesus’ baptism, what happens when someone is baptized, and the importance of the covenants we make at baptism.

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Formoreready‐to‐printFHElessonsvisithttp://thegoldenseven.blogspot.com.
Baptism FHE Lesson
 
by Allison Newitt, Digitized and adapted by Lara Goold
 
Materials needed:
Scriptures, bowl of water, black pepper, liquid dishwashing soap, ball of yarn or string
Purpose:
The purpose of this lesson is to teach about Jesus’ baptism, what happens when someone is baptized, andthe importance of the covenants we make at baptism.
Scripture:
 
“And now; because of the covenant which ye have made ye shall be called the children of Christ, his sons, and his daughters.”
 Mosiah 5:7Opening song(s) and prayer:
“When Jesus Christ was Baptized,
Children’s Songbook, page 102
When I Am Baptized 
,” Children’s Songbook, page 103
 
Lesson:
1. Lesson Development 
Opening Activity (need a bowl of water, black pepper, and liquid dishwashing soap)
:Before the demonstration, put a little soap on your forefinger. Sprinkle pepper into the water asyou have the children call out different sins that people commit (the pepper representing sin).Tell them very briefly about Jesus being baptized and how He set the example for us to followand that we should follow him in baptism. Let your fingers walk up to the bowl and lifting your forefinger as if you’re making that one BIG step. As your finger touches the water the pepper will shoot to the other side of the bowl. This will show them how your sins are washed away.
When Jesus Christ was Baptized (with visuals)
. Use the pictures to tell the story from the New Testament when John the Baptist baptized Jesus.
Story: “What Happens When I am Baptized” (with summary and visuals)— 
use the storyfigures and enclosed summary to explain the process a person goes through when he or she is baptized.
Ask 
the children if they have any questions. Take care to alleviate any concerns they may haveabout the process.
 
2. “Why are we Baptized?” Activity (need a ball of yarn or string)
{idea is fromfheplanner.blogspot.com}
 
Baptism is the first ordinance that gets us on our way back to our heavenly home. This can bedemonstrated using a ball of yarn. Before FHE designate a spot in your house as the finaldestination of Heavenly Home (you can make a sign saying so). Take a ball of yarn and create atrail throughout many rooms of your home. Leave one end at the heavenly home and one end for the starting point. When you do this activity, each person should follow the yarn trail until theyreach their heavenly home. Along the way, talk about how baptism is the first step that we needto take to keep following our way back home to our Heavenly Father.
 
Formoreready‐to‐printFHElessonsvisithttp://thegoldenseven.blogspot.com.
 
3. Baptismal Promises
(use the “I Promise…, Heavenly Father Promises…” and the Baptismal Promises pictogram)
Teach your child what a covenant is ( a two-way promise), then using the above resourcesreview the promises that we make at baptism and the promises that Heavenly Father makes withus at baptism.
Bear your testimony
about the importance of baptism and if applicable, how excited you arefor a child (or friend’s) upcoming baptism.
Closing song:
“I Like My Birthdays,
Children’s Songbook, page 104
The Fourth Article of Faith
,” Children’s Songbook, page 124
 Closing Prayer
:
Refreshments:
See below for a yummy recipe
 Enrichment
: Based on the ages and attention spans of your children, choose one or more of the following enrichmentactivities to enhance the message of the lesson. Enrichment activities do not necessarily need to becompleted on the same night as the lesson. We often use them as reinforcement/reminders during theweek.
Baptism Activity Book
:
Print off enough Baptism Activity Books (a separate document
)
thateveryone can have their own copy. Let the children color and complete the activities on their own duringthe week or put it into the church bag for a good Sacrament meeting quiet activity.
Craft/Display for Week (Baptismal Mobile)
Cut out and put together the mobile. Hang in yourhouse during the week.
Baptism Puzzle
:
Put together the pieces of the puzzle and glue them onto a sheet of paper. Hang up thepicture of Jesus getting baptized along with the completed puzzle.
 
Formoreready‐to‐printFHElessonsvisithttp://thegoldenseven.blogspot.com.
 Rolo Cookies
 From http://recipeshoebox.blogspot.comThe ingredients:
1 cup butter1 cup sugar1 cup brown sugar2 tsp. vanilla2 eggs2-1/2 cups flour1 tsp. baking soda3/4 cup unsweetened cocoaBag of Rolos
Preheat oven to 375°. Unwrap the rolos and set aside.Mix together the first 5 ingredients. Then add the final 3 ingredients (except the Rolos) and mix well. Roll the dough into balls andplace Rolo in the center, then form the dough ball around the rolo. Bake for 7-9 minutes. Serve warm. Enjoy!
 

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