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Primary 7 Lesson 33: The Resurrection of Jesus Christ is about understanding that Jesus Christ was resurrected from the dead and we will be too.
I love these Chocolate Resurrection Wrappers from My Computer Is My Canvas. It's the perfect way to talk about how sweet the resurrection is.
If you have an older class, this What is the Resurrection packet of handouts from The Red Headed Hostess is really great.
For the younger classes (and the older too), this Resurrection Lesson Kit from Sugardoodle includes a craft, teaching activity, and more.
The following are links to LDS.org resources unless otherwise stated.
My Kingdom is Not of This World ( about 5 1/2 minutes)- Jesus is crucified then breaks the bands of death
His Sacred Name- An Easter Declaration (about 3 minutes)- Remember the sacred name, life, and sacrifice of Jesus Christ
He is Risen: John the Beloved's Witness of the Resurrection (about 13 1/2 minutes)- John's testimony of the last events in the Savior's life
He is Risen (about 7 1/2 minutes)- What does the Savior mean to you
Because of Him (about 3 minutes)- What is possible because of His sacrifice for us
He Lives: Testimonies of Jesus Christ (about 2 minutes)- Apostles sharing their testimonies
"Did Jesus Really Live Again?"- Children's Songbook pg. 64
"Jesus Has Risen"- Children's Songbook pg. 70
"Jesus Loved the Little Children"- Children's Songbook pg. 59
"Jesus is Our Loving Friend"- Children's Songbook pg. 58
"Easter Hosanna"- Children's Songbook pg. 68
"He Died That We Might Live Again"- Children's Songbook pg. 65
"He Sent His Son"- Children's Songbook pg. 34
"Hosanna"- Children's Songbook pg. 66
"On a Golden Springtime"- Children's Songbook pg. 88
"I Know That My Redeemer Lives"- Hymn #136
The Primary 7 Lesson 33 Handout Packet includes:
- He Is Risen posters in 2 sizes
- Clues for Enrichment Activity 1
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If you enjoy these helps, please take a second to pin it so others can use them too. Thanks!
An Easter Testimony- Put the pictures in order to unscramble the message.
He Sent His Son- Booklet that can easily be put into eggs too
Jesus Christ Lives- Put these pictures in order
Picturing Easter- A simple puzzle
The Easter Story- Pictures telling the story
Easter Week- Cut the pictures out to talk about the events that led up to Easter Sunday.
Easter: A story for you to tell- Small pictures to tell the story of Jesus' life, death, and resurrection
Easter Footsteps- A map showing some key events the few days before His crucifixion
Joy to the World- Poster...there would be no Christmas if there had not been Easter
Easter Images and Memes- 2 pages of great ones to use. Include them in Easter eggs, use them as Easter cards for friends and family, or just decorate with them. Also see this collection of Easter images.
The First Easter- Rebus Story
Easter ABC Fill-in- Fill in the blanks as you go through the alphabet
Get Ready for Easter- I've put this one up for the last few weeks so if you've been using to to follow along through the last days, finish it up this week. If you haven't, use this as way to review the past events before jumping into this week's lesson.
Jesus Christ IS My Savior and Redeemer- Dot to dot (bring some yarn and glue and have them complete it with that instead of a pencil).
Easter and the Signs of Spring (comes with a story)