Teaching Sunday School to LDS Youth

How Can the Holy Ghost Help Me Learn?
How Can Studying the Scriptures Help Me Learn about Heavenly Father?
How can I learn to see Heavenly Father's Hand in all things?
How Does the Holy Ghost Help Me Teach the Gospel?

Why is learning an important part of the plan of salvation? 
What is the role of agency in learning the gospel? 
How can I help others understand the doctrine of Christ?

How can I use the words of living prophets and apostles to strengthen my faith in the atonement of Jesus Christ?
What can the scriptures teach me about the atonement of Jesus Christ? 
How can the Book of Mormon help me strengthen my faith in the Atonement of Jesus Christ?
How can relying on the savior's grace help me become a better teacher?

How can I liken the events of the Apostasy and the Restoration to my life?
How can I recognize the difference between truth and error?

What can I learn from living prophets and apostles? 

How can I improve my scripture study? 
How does reverence help me receive revelation? 

How can I deepen my understanding of covenants?
How can I make the sacrament more meaningful to me?
How can I prepare to receive temple ordinances?

How will keeping a personal journal bless me and my family?
Why is it important to learn about my family history?
How can I explain the importance of marriage and family to others?
What opportunities are there for learning and teaching in the home?

How do the commandments help me to learn to be more like Heavenly Father?
How can I help others understand my standards?
How does keeping the commandments affect my ability to learn the gospel?
How can I inspire others to obey the commandments?
What blessings does Heavenly Father promise if I obey the commandments?

How did the Savior compare gospel truths to familiar objects and experiences?

How can I use questions effectively as I teach?
What can I learn about Gospel learning from the Savior?

How can I learn to serve effectively in the Church?


rajesh babu said...

nice planning you have, I am in teaching side it's self and nice to meet you. www.mbaskills4u.blogspot.com

Lori Woodman said...

I hope you don't mind that I've put some info together using your Jeopardy game! LOVE your blog and thanks for all the great teaching tips! here is a copy:

chickystella said...

Your blog is amazing and I have used many of your suggestions. How do I get to the lessons from August through the end of the year? Thanks so much for your help. You make my teaching experience a pleasure!

Ted and Kath said...

Hi Kar! You are such a blessing to me and my students that are blessed by your insight and spirit. So sorry to hear that you are sick. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.
Kathleen Star Valley, Wyoming

Molly said...

So...I read your blog for help in preparing my Sunday School lessons for the youth. Today I found myself reading more, reading your recent blog entries. Just want you to know that I get you in so, so many ways. Love your honesty and authentic self. Yes, I'm a stranger who doesn't know you...but I know enough to say that this world is a better place because you're in it. Sending my prayers your way.

Kar said...

Wow, guys, thanks! Chickystella - I do have handouts for August through December on my hard drive that's in Oregon right now. Yikes. Bikes. I'll see if my hubby can find them and attach them to me, and then I can throw them on here.

Mommy Ann said...

Thanks for the lessons for rest of the year. How do I get on your old postings for the lessons? There's some stuff on there that isn't on these new ones. Thanks

Cynthia Wendel said...

Help... I was really hoping for some of your great inspiration on the lesson.... How can I use Church music to learn about the plan of salvation? I need help, object lesson, etc.

Kar said...

Oh, you guys, I'm so sorry. I wish I could put more ideas up on here, or find my old lesson plans that aren't on here yet and post them, but I'm in the middle of cancer treatments and so busy with all of the therapies, doctor appointments, illnesses, etc., that I just don't have the time to devote to it, but when things calm down, I promise I will. I'm just...treading water here. Sorry, sorry, sorry... :(

Cynthia Wendel said...

I hope and pray all will get better. You keep up the fight and put your c energies there. You are beautiful.

Annonymous said...

Hi love your lessons
I am getting ready to Teach the August Family History lesson...and your link doesn't work to that lesson. is there a fix so I can see what you did? TYIA

Chocolate Dipped Quilts said...

I just wanted to let you know how much I've enjoyed reading and learning from your lessons! I'm new to teaching Sunday School and boy is it different from the Sunbeams. ;) I've needed every bit of help I could find and your lessons really have helped me tremendously! Thank you so much for sharing your talents!!

Brenda said...

I stumbled upon your blog when I was searching for a more engaging way to teach my 17 year old Sunday School class. I am a historyteacher in my worldly life and knew that there were better ways to teach than what the manual had to offer but was feeling stretched to my mental limits trying to adapt my professional training to my spiritual side. I happened upon your lesson plan for How I can learn to see Heavenly Father's hand in all things? Thank you for sharing your ideas, especially during such a physically and emotionally hard time in your life. I loved your interactive ideas and have "stolen" a couple of them and adapted them for my own class. Then I read your blog and about your battle with cancer. I love your honesty and realism. Cancer sucks. I hope that your fight was successful and that treatments went well for you. I am thankful for your willingness to not only share teaching ideas with strangers but your trial and testimony as well.

Carol said...

Thank you so much for sharing all your teaching ideas - they are great! I'm a seasoned teacher but I stand humbly in your shadow. Thank you for willingly giving up your time to share your talents in this blog. It is a gift to so many of us - and our students. I hope all is well for you now.

Michael's Mississippi Mission Memories said...

Thank You Thank You Thank You for your sharing all of your fantastic lesson ideas!! I appreciate your creativity

Maleke Lovelace said...

I want to thank you SOOOO much for posting the Sunday school lesson on "why is learning an important part of Heavenly Fathers plan?" I have been diligently praying and searching and even fasted asking for help with this. I have never taught a lesson in any organization, and I quickly realized that this is completely different than a 10 minute talk in sacrament! In fact, this is the 14 and up kids that the previous teacher has been having some problems out of. I knew I needed to keep them active in the lesson but being creative is unfortunetly not one of my talents, so you answered my prayers thru our amazing Heavenly Father!

Hay said...

Thank you for sharing your ideas and insights! I love reading your blog! You are amazing!

Deanna Jorgensen said...

I really have enjoyed your posts and helps for the lessons. You are a great teacher. I bet they all just loved you and all the fun things that you have taught them... Love your blog.


Hay said...

I really appreciate your blog. You are a woman with great insight and wisdom. I have found your ideas for lessons powerful and engaging. Thank you for your creativity and efforts! You are amazing!

Erika A said...

There is no words to express how thankful I am for finding you guys! I am teaching the 14 and 15 class and have no teaching background at all, so I was desperate looking for a way to help me teach the gospel and engage them. Your lessons have been so, so great! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

Kathy said...

I love your blog for teaching my 12-13 year old Sunday School class. I often time use it as a launching pad for my lessons. Thank you for sharing your insight and ideas! It is much appreciated.

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