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60+ Simple FHE Lessons for Kids

The Atonement
Read “Rescue” (March 2005 Liahona and Friend) to find out how one boy learned more about the Atonement. Either make copies of the activity “Remembering Jesus Christ” (March 2005 Liahona and Friend) for each family member or cooperate as a family to complete one framed picture. For each section of the frame, name a way you can better remember the Savior.

Avoiding Sin
Cut a hole in a box large enough to put only your hand and wrist through. Place a larger object, such as a toy, inside the box. Have each person put his or her hand through the hole and grab the object. Notice that you cannot remove your hand again without letting go. What lessons could you learn if you compared the object to sin? Read President Thomas S. Monson’s article “Deadly Maka-Fekes” (June 2007 Liahona and Friend) and discuss “Things to Think About.”

Baptism and Other Ordinances
Put eight different colored squares of paper on the floor and have family members participate along with Logan while you read “Logan’s Baptism” (July 2005 Liahona and Friend). Have family members identify which “square” they are on (which ordinances they have yet to complete) and what they can do to progress.
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