Mormon

Draw a line from Mormon’s age to what happened to him at that age.

1. Mormon, age 10,

a. hid plates in Hill Cumorah. (See Morm. 1:6 * ; Morm. 6:5 * ; Morm. 6:6.)

2. Mormon, age 11,

b. received plates. (See Morm. 1:3; Morm. 2:17.)

3. Mormon, age 15,

c. led Nephite army. (See Morm. 2:2.)

4. Mormon, age 16,

d. traveled to land of Zarahemla. (See Morm. 1:6.)

5. Mormon, age 24,

e. learned about plates. (See Morm. 1:1–4.)

6. Mormon, age 74,

f. saw Jesus. (See Morm. 1:15.)

Answers:

  •   *

    See footnote in Book of Mormon reference.

  • (1) e, (2) d, (3) f, (4) c, (5) b, (6) a.

    What Am I?

    1. 1.

      To protect me, Ammaron put me in the Hill Shim. (See Morm. 1:3.)

    2. 2.

      Mormon hid most of me in the Hill Cumorah and gave a few of me to his son, Moroni. (See Morm. 6:6.)

    3. 3.

      The Lord said that I am not to be used to make money. (See Morm. 8:14.)

    4. 4.

      Reformed Egyptian characters have been written on me. (See Morm. 9:32.)

    5. 5.

      Moroni put me in a stone box and covered me with a large rock. Many years later Moroni appeared to Joseph Smith and told him about me. (See Morm. 8:4; JS—H 1:33–34, 51–52.)

    What am I?

    __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

    Answer:

    gold plates

    Person, Place, or Thing?

    The following nouns are from the Book of Mormon. Can you identify each as to whether it’s a person, place, and/or thing?

    1. 1.

      Comnor (See Ether 14:28.)

    2. 2.

      Deseret (See Ether 2:3.)

    3. 3.

      Leah (See Alma 11:14, 17.)

    4. 4.

      Liahona (See Alma 37:38.)

    5. 5.

      Limhi (See Mosiah 7:9.)

    6. 6.

      Manti (See Alma 2:22; Alma 56:14.)

    7. 7.

      Nephi (See 1 Ne. 1:1; Omni 1:12.)

    8. 8.

      Neum (See 1 Ne. 19:10.)

    9. 9.

      Zarahemla (See Omni 1:12; Hel. 1:15.)

    10. 10.

      Ziff (See Mosiah 11:3.)

    Answers:

    (1) place; (2) thing; (3) thing; (4) thing; (5) person; (6) person and place; (7) person and place; (8) person; (9) person and place; (10) thing.

    Going on a Mission

    Match which country you would most likely be serving your mission in if you were to:

    See people wearing

     

    Sombreros

    Scotland

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    Mexico

    Kilts

    Japan

    Kimonos

    Netherlands

    Eat

     

    Sauerbraten

    United States

    Apple pie

    Norway

    Crepes

    France

    Pickled herring

    West Germany

    See

     

    Mounties

    Italy

    Big Ben

    Australia

    Leaning Tower of Pisa

    Canada

    Great Barrier Reef

    England

    Answers:

    sombreros (Mexico), wooden shoes (Netherlands), kilts (Scotland), kimonos (Japan); sauerbraten (West Germany), apple pie (United States), crepes (France), pickled herring (Norway); Mounties (Canada), Big Ben (England), Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy), Great Barrier Reef (Australia).

    Seek and Ye Shall Find

    Find the listed missionary-related words by reading up, down, forward, backward, and diagonally. Read the unused letters from left to right and top to bottom to discover another word that’s very important to missionaries.

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    Door

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    GQ (Golden Questions)

     

    Answer:

    investigators.

    Celestial Bodies

    Unscramble the words relating to celestial bodies. Then find a hidden message by writing the numbered letters of the unscrambled words on the blanks with corresponding numbers below.

    1. NOMO

    __ __ __ __ 1

    2. SRATS

    __ __ __ __ __ 2 3

    3. TEMSOC

    __ __ __ __ __ __ 4

    4. AXIELGAS

    __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 5

    5. TEMORE

    __ __ __ __ __ __ 6

    6. ITSERADOS

    __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 7

    7. ABUNEL

    __ __ __ __ __ __ 8

    8. PETNALS

    __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 9

    9. CKALB EHLO

    __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 10

    __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ . 4 10 8 9 1 3 7 5 1 7 6 2 7 8 4 10 8 6 2 9 9

    Answers:

    (1) moon, (2) stars, (3) comets, (4) galaxies, (5) meteor, (6) asteroids, (7) nebula, (8) planets, (9) black hole. The Lord God made them all.

    Pick the Pumpkin

    One of these jack-o’-lanterns was awarded first prize in a pumpkin-carving contest contest. Identify the winning face by the following clues:

    • It has a triangular nose.

    • It has a crooked stem.

    • It has an oblong shape.

    • It has a toothy grin.

    Pick the Pumpkin

    Answer:

    e.

    Animal Spell

    Add or subtract letters as indicted, to spell the names of ten animals.

    Answers:

    (1) shoe – hoe + nail = snail, (2) block – lock + ear = bear, (3) pan + tie – pie = ant, (4) boat – bat + towel – toe = owl, (5) apple + ant – plant = ape, (6) spear – ear + arrow = sparrow, (7) clock – lock + paint — pin = cat, (8) bread – bed + tent – ten = rat, (9) bowl – bow + piano – pan + crown – crow = lion, (10) coat + ten – can + brush – bush = otter.