Sunday Savers: Sunbeams - Age 3

by Jennette Guymon-King, Mary H. Ross

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Is it possible to keep a three-year-old’s attention in family home evening or Primary? Can you really help them understand the importance of thinking about Jesus during the sacrament? You’re already well on your way to finding the right answers with Sunday Savers for Sunbeams! This book contains 46 lessons that correspond in numerical order to the lessons in the Primary 1: I Am a Child of God manual. Each lesson includes a “cut and create” activity and an “easy-handout” poster to accommodate the differing learning and activity levels of Sunbeam-age children both at home and in church. With appealing artwork and fun-to-do games and crafts, Sunday Savers for Sunbeams! is sure to be a hit with children who are learning about the gospel and with adults who teach them. Use it every week in Primary . . . but don’t forget family home evening, where this book will add a creative flare to your family gospel study!

About the Authors

Jennette Guymon-King

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Mary H. Ross

Mary Ross is an energetic mother who loves to help children and young women have a good time while they learn. Mary and her husband, Paul, and their daughter live in Sandy, Utah.

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Definitely a necessity!!
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

I bought the CD version of this book last year and it was a lifesaver! I didn't want to order it because so much information is available online so I held out the first few months. Finally, one night as I was planning my lesson, I got smart. I had spent hours searching the web for subpar handouts and activities. I ordered the CD and never had to waste time again. The activities coordinate perfectly with the manual and my Sunbeams loved the coloring pages and activities.

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