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By JennaVee Allgrunn


Book of Mormon Prophets

Across

  1. 2.

    He built a ship to take his family to a promised land. (See 1 Ne. 17:8.)

  2. 6.

    He saw a vision of the tree of life. (See 1 Ne. 8:2–35.)

  3. 8.

    After being visited by an angel, ______ the Younger repented of his sins and became a great missionary. (See Mosiah 27:11, 32.)

  4. 9.

    A son of King Mosiah, he taught the gospel to King Lamoni after saving the king’s sheep. (See Alma 17–18.)

  5. 11.

    The prophet who abridged most of the Nephite record. (See Introduction to Book of Mormon.)

  6. 12.

    He was the righteous Nephite king who translated the record of the Jaredites. (See Mosiah 28:preface, Mosiah 28:11.)

  7. 13.

    He was put to death by wicked King Noah for preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. (See Mosiah 17:11–12, 20.)

Down

  1. 1.

    This Jaredite prophet told of the destruction of his people. (See Ether 12:2–3.)

  2. 3.

    He prayed all night for his people, for his enemies, and for the safety of their records. (See Enos 1:9, 11, 13.)

  3. 4.

    He led two thousand young warriors in battle to defend the people of Ammon. (See Alma 53:10–19.)

  4. 5.

    He believed the words of the prophet Abinadi. (See Mosiah 17:1–4.)

  5. 7.

    A brother of Nephi, he helped keep the records of his people. (See Jacob 1:1–2.)

  6. 10.

    The last Nephite, he returned to earth to deliver the gold plates to Joseph Smith. (See JS—H 1:30–35.)

Answers:

Across—(2) Nephi, (6) Lehi, (8) Alma, (9) Ammon, (11) Mormon, (12) Mosiah, (13) Abinadi. Down—(1) Ether, (3) Enos, (4) Helaman, (5) Alma, (7) Jacob, (10) Moroni.

Head of the House

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Answers:

(1) takes family camping, (2) goes home teaching, (3) fixes the car, (4) coaches little league, (5) blesses the sick, (6) pays the bills, (7) presides at home, (8) sets an example, (9) honors his priesthood, (10) attends the temple, (11) loves his family, (12) goes to work.

Summer Fun

Find each summer-fun activity listed here by reading forward, backward, down, up, and diagonally.

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Circle Count

Can you count all the circles inside the rectangle?

Circle Count

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Animal Anagrams

Add the letter shown to the word before it, then rearrange the letters to spell the name of an animal.

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    Glee + a = ________

  2. 2.

    Char + o = ________

  3. 3.

    Store + y = ________

  4. 4.

    Lease + w = ________

  5. 5.

    Brave + e = ________

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    Read + d = ________

  7. 7.

    Taco + i = ________

  8. 8.

    Ticker + c = ________

  9. 9.

    Meal + c = ________

  10. 10.

    Grope + h = ________

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    Count + a = ________

  12. 12.

    Strobe + l = ________

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    Croon + d = ________

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    Tore + t = ________

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    Loader + p = ________

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    Spore + y = ________

Answers:

(1) eagle, (2) roach, (3) oyster, (4) weasel, (5) beaver, (6) adder, (7) coati, (8) cricket, (9) camel, (10) gopher, (11) toucan, (12) lobster, (13) condor, (14) otter, (15) leopard, (16) osprey.

Find the Fact

The letters of fifteen of the words below can be rearranged to spell the names of five insects, eight mammals, and two birds. Cross these words out. The remaining words will tell a fact about the camel.

 

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(1-A) ant, (1-C) wasp, (2-A) bat, (2-B) bear, (3-A) egret, (3-B) flea, (3-C) gnat, (4-B) horse, (4-C) mite, (5-A) rat, (5-C) wolf, (6-B) snipe, (7-A) deer, (7-C) ape, (8-B) seal. Camel fact—They have three working eyelids to protect their eyes.

Children’s Songbook Letter Square

There are 255 songs and 13 pieces of prelude music divided into 8 sections in the new songbook.

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My Heavenly Father

Home and Family

Fun and Activity

Prayer (A)

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Be Happy (!)

Reverence

Fathers

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Home

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Hosanna

My Dad

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Saturday

Stand Up

Gospel (The)

Heritage

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Faith

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Shine On

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Impromptu

 

Nature and Seasons

 
 

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