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By Becky Morgan and Sally Hanna


Jesus Teaches the Nephites

Unscramble the letters to discover eight things that Jesus taught the people of Zarahemla. (See 3 Ne. 11–18.)

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2. PMTABIS

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3. OHYL TOGSH

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Answers:

(1) atonement, (2) baptism, (3) Holy Ghost, (4) twelve disciples, (5) priesthood, (6) love for enemies, (7) prayer, (8) sacrament.

Book of Third Nephi

Read the sentences, and circle whether they are true (T) or false (F).

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    Nephi, the grandson of Helaman, was commanded by his father, Nephi, to write on the gold plates. (See 3 Ne. 1:2–3.) T F

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    Nephi prayed for the safety of his people, and the Lord told him that a sign would be given and that Jesus would be born the next day. (See 3 Ne. 1:11–13.) T F

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    The night before Jesus was born, the sun went down in America, and yet it was still light. (See 3 Ne. 1:15–19.) T F

  4. 4.

    Samuel’s prediction that a new star would appear in America did not happen. (See 3 Ne. 1:21.) T F

  5. 5.

    The righteous Nephites and Lamanites united together to fight against the Gadianton robbers. (See 3 Ne. 2:12.) T F

  6. 6.

    The converted Lamanites became fair-skinned and were called Nephites. (See 3 Ne. 2:14–16.) T F

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    Thirty-one years after Christ’s birth there were many righteous people in America. (See 3 Ne. 7:21.) T F

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    After Nephi raised his brother from the dead, all the people rejoiced. (See 3 Ne. 7:19–20.) T F

  9. 9.

    For three hours a great storm caused terrible destruction in America, fulfilling one of Samuel’s prophecies regarding the crucifixion of Christ. (See 3 Ne. 8:3, 19.) T F

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    The people lit candles and torches during the three days of darkness. (See 3 Ne. 8:21–23.) T F

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    Heavenly Father did not speak to the Nephites about His Son. (See 3 Ne. 11:3–7.) T F

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    Jesus blessed each of the children, and angels came down from heaven and ministered to the children too. (See 3 Ne. 17:21–24.) T F

Answers:

(1) T, (2) T, (3) T, (4) F, (5) T, (6) T, (7) F, (8) F, (9) T, (10) F, (11) F, (12) T.

The Twelve Disciples

“Now these were the names of the disciples whom Jesus had chosen—and it came to pass that they went forth and stood in the midst of the multitude” (3 Ne. 19:4). Look forward, backward, up, down, and diagonally, to find the names of the twelve disciples Jesus chose when He came to America.

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Family Reunion

Match these Book of Mormon fathers and sons by placing the number of the correct father in the blank before each son’s name.

Fathers

1. Lehi

2. King Benjamin

3. King Mosiah

Sons

_____ Aaron

_____ Laman

_____ Ammon

_____ Lemuel

_____ Helorum

_____ Mosiah

_____ Himni

_____ Nephi

_____ Jacob

_____ Omner

_____ Joseph

_____ Sam

Answers:

Aaron (3), Ammon (3), Helorum (2), Himni (3), Jacob (1), Joseph (1), Laman (1), Lemuel (1), Mosiah (2), Nephi (1), Omner (3), Sam (1).

Find the Circles

How many circles are in this boxed area?

Find the Circles

Answer:

Ten—The three drawn circles, the word circles, the two o’s, and the dots above the i’s and bottom part of the ?.

Camp-out

Here are forty-four things to pack, do, or see when camping. Find them by reading up, down, backward, forward, and diagonally; then read the fourteen unused letters from left to right, starting at the top, to find out something that every camper should know—ants, ashes, ax, backpack, binoculars, boots, camp, canteen, climb, compass, cot, eat, flashlight, fire, fish, hiking, jerky, knife, lantern, (avoid getting) lost, map, marshmallows, matches, mosquitoes, nature, parka, poison ivy, pots, raft, river, rocks, rope, sleeping bag, snakes, socks, songs, string, sunset, survival (kits), tent, tracks, trail, water, wildlife.

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Answer:

Never hike alone.

Pesky Pets

Change one letter in each word below
To find the name of an insect you know.
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    Pick

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    Art

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    Loose

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    Sly

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    Bet

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    Both

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    Warp

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    Fled

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    Coach

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    Horned

Answers:

(1) tick, (2) ant, (3) louse, (4) fly, (5) bee, (6) moth, (7) wasp, (8) flea, (9) roach, (10) hornet.

Go Fishing

Follow the lines to find out which lucky fisherman caught the fish.

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