Sharing Time Planning Work Sheet
“Sharing Time Planning Work Sheet,” 2009 Outline for Sharing Time and the Children’s Sacrament Meeting Presentation: My Eternal Family, (2008),12–13
Monthly theme: ______________________________
Weekly gospel principle: ______________________________
How can I teach the gospel principle and involve the children?
• Scriptures (“Teaching from the Scriptures,” TNGC, 54–59)
• Teaching methods that involve the children (“Methods of Teaching,” TNGC, 158–84)
How can I help the children apply the gospel principle to their lives? (“Methods of Teaching,” TNGC, 158–84)
Conclusion and testimony (“Concluding the Lesson,” TNGC, 94–95)
Evaluation: Did we accomplish what we wanted to have happen? How could we improve?
Note: Copies may be made as needed for the Primary presidency and teachers.
One sharing time a month should be a class presentation. This is an opportunity for the children in your class to teach a gospel principle to others. The experience will reinforce the principles you have been teaching and allow the children to gain confidence as they participate in a group presentation.
• Teachers and class members plan and present the class presentation.
• The presentation should support one of the weekly gospel principles for that month.
• Interesting ways to teach the gospel principle are referenced in Teaching, No Greater Call (TNGC) as listed below.
• The Primary presidency and music leader should be available to assist the class if needed.
The following is a list of methods that can be used to teach a gospel principle and involve the children in sharing time. (See “Methods of Teaching,” TNGC, 158–84.)
The annual outline for sharing time and the children’s sacrament meeting presentation is available on the Church’s official Web site at www.lds.org^ Back to top