Lesson 32: Rehoboam

Lesson

The purpose of teaching LDS Primary 6 Lesson 32: Rehoboam is to encourage everyone to stand up to negative peer pressure and being a positive influence. 

Teaching Thoughts

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The following are links to LDS.org resources unless otherwise stated.


Teacher Study

"Be Thou an Example" by President Thomas S. Monson

"Be Valiant in Courage, Strength, and Activity" by Elder Gary E. Stevenson

Videos

Faith Promoting Incidents- About 30 seconds from Elder Robert D. Hales about sharing your faith promoting moments with friends

The Vineyard- About 4 minutes how youth shared their love and influenced others to come to church

No Cussing Club (about 5 minutes)- One boy's example and it's far reaching effects.


Music

"Dare to Do Right"- Children's Songbook pg. 158

"Choose the Right Way"- Children's Songbook pg. 160

"I Need My Heavenly Father"- Children's Songbook pg. 18

"Nephi's Courage"- Children's Songbook pg. 120

"Teach Me to Walk in the Light"- Children's Songbook pg. 177

Scriptures

1 Timothy 4:12- Be thou an example

D&C 76:5-6- The Lord delights in those that choose Him

 


 
 

My Primary 6 Lesson 32 handout packet includes

  • I Dare You Cards- This is a great opener activity to introduce what peer pressure can feel like (or do it after discussing the scripture story). When we are given a dare we are automatically more pressured into doing it. Show how it's okay to say No by asking someone ahead of time to turned down the dare with you graciously moving on to the next person. Sometimes it's not a big deal to say No and sometimes we'll be pressured to do it more. Discuss what to do in those situations.
  • Situation cards as mentioned in the Enrichment Activities
  • Moroni 7:13 print. Have your class write around it some things that are of God as a reminder.
  • People that can help me worksheet as mentioned in the Enrichment Activities.
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Activity Ideas

Your Personal Influence- President Thomas S. Monson shares about how great our personal influence can be. From General Conference 2004. "As we follow that Man of Galilee—even the Lord Jesus Christ—our personal influence will be felt for good wherever we are, whatever our callings."

Stand Out- Mormonad

Don't  Fall For It- Mormonad

Popularity- Mormonad

What if...- Love this question and answer since so many will face it

Good by Association- Great story on positive peer pressure. 

Matt & Mandy- Comic about making good choices and wondering if it really matters 

Family Fun Time: Social Skills- More role-playing situations you can use.

School Wise- A board game with situations you practice.