Scripture of the Week:
"11 And it came to pass that he commanded that their little children should be brought.
12 So they brought their little children and set them down upon the ground round about him, and Jesus stood in the midst; and the multitude gave way till they had all been brought unto him.
21 And when he had said these words, he wept, and the multitude bare record of it, and he took their little children, one by one, and blessed them, and prayed unto the Father for them.
22 And when he had done this he wept again;
23 And he spake unto the multitude, and said unto them: Behold your little ones.
24 And as they looked to behold they cast their eyes towards heaven, and they saw the heavens open, and they saw angels descending out of heaven as it were in the midst of fire; and they came down and aencircled those little ones about, and they were encircled about with fire; and the angels did minister unto them."
3 Nephi 17: 11-12, 21-24
Tell each individual child that you love them. Explain that there are two others who love them more than anyone. Do this puzzle to find out who.
Read 3 Nephi 17: 11-12, 21-24 and discuss the story it tells. Show a picture of Jesus blessing the Nephite children.
Sing verse 1 of I Know that My Savior Loves Me. This is the new song that the Primary children are learning this year. You can listen to it here, or get a copy of the music on p. 28 here.
Share testimony that I know that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ love each person.
Use pictures from the Nursery manual (p. 35 and 67) to show some of the blessings that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ have given us because they love us. Hide the pictures around the room and let the children find them and discuss. Color the pictures while the treat defrosts from the freezer.
Our FHE lesson was inspired by the following sources:
Behold Your Little Ones lesson manual, lesson 4
Sugardoodle Sharing Time Help