For Little Friends


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And a little child shall lead them (2 Ne. 30:12).

A Prayer Is Answered

(Based on a true story)

Susy went to church after her Primary teacher invited her. Susy’s mom and dad did not go to church, but every Sunday they drove her there. Susy liked Primary.

One day Susy was outside playing dolls with her next-door neighbor Mary. When they went home for lunch, the girls left the dolls there. Later that afternoon the girls returned to get their dolls. But Susy’s doll was missing. She looked and looked, but could not find it. After supper she came back to look for it again. Still, she could not find it.

Then Susy remembered what her Primary teacher had told her about Heavenly Father and how He loves all His children and will answer their prayers. Susy decided to kneel and ask Heavenly Father to help her find the doll. When she stood up, she had a feeling that she should look behind the tallest pine tree. Sure enough, the doll was there! Susy ran quickly home to tell her mother that she had prayed and found the missing doll.

“Maybe I should go to church and learn how to pray to Heavenly Father, too,” her mother said. Susy’s mom and dad did go to church. And her mother learned how to pray to Heavenly Father and was baptized and confirmed a member of the Church.

[illustration] Illustrated by Elise Black

Cherry G. Wolf is a member of the Brookwood Ward, Hillsboro Oregon Stake.

On the Go

Kittens pounce—and so do I.
Crickets bounce—and so do I.
Snails creep—and so do I.
Goats leap—and so do I.
Boas slide—and so do I.
Eagles glide—and so do I.
Donkeys clop—and so do I.
Kangaroos hop—and so do I.
Tigers stalk—and so do I.
And every now and then
I walk!

[illustrations] Illustrated by Elise Black

Bagel Dad

Face: half of a bagel spread with cream cheese

Ears: pieces of bagel

Hair: raisins or coconut

Eyes: cereal pieces, blueberries, or raisins

Nose: strawberry or prune

Mouth: piece of pretzel or cereal

[photo] Photo by Christina Smith

Tic-Tac-Toe Turtle

You can prepare this game to play with your family. You will need: glue, lightweight cardboard, and scissors.

  1. 1.

    Remove this page from the magazine and glue it to lightweight cardboard.

  2. 2.

    Cut out all the pieces.

  3. 3.

    Glue the head, tail, and legs in place.

Tic-Tac-Toe Turtle(click to view larger)

Illustrated by David R. Deitrick

Two people can play the game. One person uses the X markers, and the other person uses the O markers. Each person in turn places one of their markers on the board. The object of the game is to place three of the same markers in a row going down, across, or diagonally.

Note: If you do not wish to remove pages from the magazine, this activity may be copied, traced, or printed out from the Internet at Click on Gospel Library.