When I Lived with Heavenly Father

I am a child of God, and he has sent me here, has given me an earthly home with parents kind and dear (Children’s Songbook, 2–3).

Draw the other side of each picture. Then color all the pictures and retell this true story.

  1. 1.

    We lived with Heavenly Father before we were born.

  2. 2.

    Heavenly Father had Jesus Christ create the world for us.

  3. 3.

    Then He directed Jesus to make the earth beautiful with trees and flowers.

  4. 4.

    Heavenly Father had Jesus make the sun, the moon, and the stars to give it light.

  5. 5.

    He had Jesus make the fish, the birds, and the animals and put them on the earth.

  6. 6.

    Then Heavenly Father placed Adam and Eve, our first ancestors, on the earth.

When I Lived with Heavenly Father pictures(click to view larger)

Illustrations by Val Chadwick Bagley

So Hungry

picture story(click to view larger)

Illustrations by Julie F. Young

“I’m so hungry. What can I eat?” Ryan asked. “Have a banana or an apple,” Mom said. “I’m tired of bananas and apples,” Ryan said. “Would you like some grapes or crackers?” Mom asked. “I’m tired of grapes and crackers too,” Ryan said. Mom thought for a minute and asked, “How about Tooty Fruity Salad?” “Cool! What’s that?” Ryan asked. “A special family recipe,” Mom said. Ryan got one table knife, one banana, and one bowl. Then he cut the banana into 10 slices and put them in the bowl. He put 10 grapes in the bowl. While Mom cut up an apple, Ryan sliced four strawberries. He added them to the bowl and stirred with a spoon. He broke a long graham cracker into four pieces and put them in the bowl with the fruit. “Now you have Tooty Fruity Salad,” Mom said. “I like this fruity salad, but why is it tooty?” Ryan asked. “Because it’s too good to be turned down,” Mom said.

From the Heart

Find the following things: an apple core, an axe, a clock, a comb, a jewel, a kite, a ladder, a ladybug, a nose, a pair of skis, a peeled banana, a pencil, a piece of popcorn, a shoe, a smiley face, a snake, a snowman’s head, a tin can, a tooth, a whistle, and a worm.