By Cynthia Rakes Bowden

Book of Mormon Scripture Pictures

Look up the scriptures below to find the missing word and write it in the blank. Then find and circle the picture of the missing word.

Book of Mormon Scripture Pictures

Illustrated by Rachel Hoffman-Bayles

  1. 1.

    “The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb, and the ________ shall lie down with the kid, and the calf and the young lion and fatling together; and a little child shall lead them” (2 Ne. 21:6).

  2. 2.

    “O that thou hadst hearkened to my commandments—then had thy peace been as a river, and thy righteousness as the ________ of the sea” (1 Ne. 20:18).

  3. 3.

    “And it came to pass that he rent his ________ ; and he took a piece thereof, and wrote upon it—In memory of our God, our religion, and freedom, and our peace, our wives, and our children—and he fastened it upon the end of a pole” (Alma 46:12).

  4. 4.

    “Awake, my sons; put on the ________ of righteousness. Shake off the chains with which ye are bound” (2 Ne. 1:23).

  5. 5.

    “Behold, the way for man is narrow, but it lieth in a straight course before him, and the keeper of the ________ is the Holy One of Israel” (2 Ne. 9:41).

  6. 6.

    “Come unto me all ye ends of the earth, buy ________ and honey, without money and without price” (2 Ne. 26:25).

  7. 7.

    “And they did also carry with them deseret, which, by interpretation, is a honey ________” (Ether 2:3).


(1) leopard, (2) waves, (3) coat, (4) armor, (5) gate, (6) milk, (7) bee.

Family History ABCs

Using the clues, fill in the blanks with words about family history—one word for each letter of the alphabet. (See answers below.)


_________ are people in your family who lived before you.


The first ordinance of the gospel, performed for dead or for living people, is _________ .


If your family belongs to the Church, either you or some of your ancestors must have been _________ .


Temple work for someone who didn’t know the gospel can be done as soon as a year after his or her _________ .


Because no one can be baptized in the spirit world, we do temple work on _________ for those who have passed away.


All of the people who are related to you are in your _________ .


The parents of your parents are your _________ .


When we do family history, our _________ turn to our ancestors, and we remember them gratefully.


People who leave their home to live in a different country, as some of your ancestors probably did, are _________ .


By writing about your life in a _________ , you leave a valuable record.


Another name for your family and relatives is _________ .


When you learn about your ancestors, you feel more _________ for them.


A longer name for mom is _________ .


The Church has computer programs to help you find the _________ of your ancestors.


One of the best reasons for doing family history work is to help people who have died receive _________ in the temple.


_________ are color or black-and-white treasures kept by many families.


Some families have old _________ made by people long ago to keep warm.


You are doing family history when you save _________ from your own life, such as certificates and letters you receive.


The temple _________ ordinance allows families who keep the commandments to be together forever.


The _________ is a sacred building where ordinances for ancestors are performed.


People who do temple work help to _________ families together forever.


The records you keep of your life will be very _________ someday.


Clothing worn in the temple is _________ in color.


Members feel _________ when they find out more about their ancestors.


To submit the name of an ancestor to the temple, you need to know the _________ of that person’s birth, marriage, or death.


Many members have ancestors who left their homes and traveled far to build _________ . Instead of moving from their homelands, Latter-day Saints today build the Church wherever they are.


[illustrations] Illustrated by Rachel Hoffman-Bayles

(A) ancestors, (B) baptism, (C) converts, (D) death, (E) earth, (F) family, (G) grandparents, (H) hearts, (I) immigrants, (J) journal, (K) kin, (L) love, (M) mother, (N) names, (O) ordinances, (P) photographs, (Q) quilts, (R) records, (S) sealing, (T) temple, (U) unite, (V) valuable, (W) white, (eX) excited, (Y) year, (Z) Zion.

Pioneer Children Sang as They Walked

These pictures show some things pioneer children did and saw as they traveled west. Match each picture to the Primary song that tells about it. (You might have to sing more than one verse to find the answer!) For help, look at pages 214–223 of the Children’s Songbook.

1. “To Be a Pioneer”

a. Children walking

2. “The Handcart Song”

b. The Handcart Song

3. “Whenever I Think about Pioneers” (verse 1)

c. Whenever I Think about Pioneers

4. “Little Pioneer Children”

d. Little Pioneer Children

5. “The Oxcart”

e. The Oxcart

6. “Pioneer Children Were Quick to Obey” (verse 2)

f. Pioneer Children Were Quick to Obey

7. “Pioneer Children Sang As They Walked”

g. Pioneer Children Sang As They Walked

8. “Covered Wagons”

h. Covered Wagons


[illustrations] Illustrated by Rachel Hoffman-Bayles

(1) a, (2) f, (3) d, (4) b, (5) e, (6) c, (7) h, (8) g.