Primary 1 Lesson 31: I Am Thankful for My Home encourages gratitude and responsibility for your home.
- Bring some Megablocks and have everyone build their own houses
- Send a chore chart home with your class and challenge them to bring it back next week completed- with a note to their parents too, of course.
- Talk about taking care of your home as suggested in The Red Headed Hostess class packet.
The following are LDS.org resources unless otherwise stated.
"A Happy Family"- Children's Songbook pg. 198
"Home"- Children's Songbook pg. 192
"I Am a Child of God"- Children's Songbook pg. 2
"Love is Spoken Here"- Children's Songbook pg. 190
"Sing Your Way Home"- Children's Songbook pg. 193
"When We're Helping"- Children's Songbook pg. 198
"Here We Are Together"- Children's Songbook pg. 261
"Covered Wagons"- Children's Songbook pg. 221
"Little Pioneer Children" (Round)- Children's Songbook pg. 216
"Pioneer Children Sang As They Walked"- Children's Songbook pg. 214
"The Handcart Song"- Children's Songbook pg. 220
"Westward Ho!"- Children's Songbook pg. 217
"Fun to Do"- Children's Songbook pg. 253
My Primary 1 Lesson 31 Handout Packet includes
- Tree background with 5 cut outs to color and glue on
- Water background with 5 cut outs to color and glue on
A Happy Home- Put the house together as you talk about what makes a home
Homes- Put these animals and people in their homes as you read the poem
Love at Home- Use this puzzle to talk about different responsibilities you have at home
"Mine House Is a House of Order"- Another house puzzle this time talking about order
Every Blessing that I Enjoy Here- Matching game
My Home and Neighborhood- Simple board game
May Your Home Be Filled with Love and Courtesy- Bright Idea poster
Handcart Pioneers- Discover the differences
Marshmallow Wagon- Fun food craft!
Pioneer Children Woven Picture- Weave the picture to discover what it is- you could have each child put a piece in with your help as you go over the story or answer questions
Pioneer Trip- Make this rebus story really big and have the children read it with you
Pioneer Maze- Simple maze to get home
Pioneer Hidden Pictures- Find the hidden objects- tell them to find objects that don't belong
Pioneer Children with a Handcart (Symbol)