The Good Shepherd Story is shared in this easy to use lesson help for primary! Teach this story and the 10 commandments in a fun and interactive way with your class! Complete with several free printables!
Come Follow Me- April 29-May 5th- John 7-10
The Good Shepherd Story
Welcome to this weeks Primary Lesson help! The two central themes this week as you teach your primary class are:
- Keep the Commandments/ Obedience
- Jesus knows and loves me / The Good Shepherd
These questions and prompts below will be the foundation of this weeks lesson prep. These will guide you through your lesson. They will help you touch on each key point. It will also include the important scriptures
Questions and Prompts: Primary Lesson Outline
Jesus The Good Shepherd
To help teach the story of the Good Shepherd I have two different printables. As you follow the lesson outline you will know when and how to use these appropriately.
The first is a Good Shepherd coloring page I have illustrated.
I have also created a pre-colored version of the good shepherd coloring page to use when you teach the lesson as a visual.
The second thing I have created is a free printable of the scriptures to tell the Good Shepherd Story. I know that I have mentioned this before but often my class does not have scriptures with them. This makes it easy to use the scriptures in a way everyone can participate.
The Ten Commandments Meaning
I particularly like the way the Come Follow Me manual has outlined the Ten Commandments this week. It does a larger emphasis on obedience and how following the commandments keep up closer to Christ. Which illustrates the ten commandments meaning beyond just what they are.
The Ten Commandments for Kids
To help teach the ten commandments meaning I have just brought to life several ideas from Come Follow Me. you can download these
Ten Commandments Visual Cards
The last thing I have created for this weeks lesson is a set of 10 commandment cards. My plan is to use these as my handout this week. I plan to laminate them and use a ring to keep them together as a set!
I hope that these visuals and lesson helps make it easy to teach this Sunday! These are free printables so be sure to only use them for personal use.
You can download each page below! Before you go be sure to pin the image below to save this idea for later and share it with your friends! Thanks so much!!! and ENJOY!