- a recipe,
- a blueprint for a house,
- instructions for putting together a toy.
Explain that when we put something together—such as a house, a batch of cookies, or a toy—it is best to know what will happen in the end. We need a plan.
came to the earth, Heavenly
Father presented His plan. It is
called the plan of salvation.
Invite the full-time missionaries or a recently returned missionary approved by the bishop or branch president to teach the plan of salvation, from Preach My Gospel (pp. 47–59).
Remind the presenters beforehand that the presentation must be simple enough for children.
Ask the children to figure out what order the songs in “The Savior” section (pp. 34–83) of the Children’s Songbook are in.
Read through the titles of the songs. Give them hints to help them discover that the songs are in chronological order. The section includes songs about the prophecy of His birth, His childhood and ministry, His Resurrection, our desire to be like Him, and His Second Coming. You could make wordstrips for each of these parts of the Lord’s life.
about different parts of His
life, pointing out that Jesus
Christ is essential to the plan
Testify that He is the Savior of the world.