Easter gives us a wonderful chance to teach children about the Savior. This month has a message and activity about Christ (page 2), instructions for making Easter kites (page 26), an Easter countdown (page 24), and a story about a girl testifying of the Resurrection after her friend dies (page 46). You can also visit friend.lds.org to watch a beautiful video about the characteristics of Christ.
Family Home Evening Ideas
Callings: Read “Making Music in Uganda” (page 44) and talk about what it means to serve in a Church calling. Share positive experiences you’ve had serving in the Church. As a family, come up with ideas for ways you can strengthen your ward or branch. For more about serving in callings, visit lds.org/go/FRCallings.
The Family is Central to God’s Plan: You can learn about this month’s Primary sharing time theme on page 42. You’ll find a short lesson, a scripture, and ideas for talking with your children.
Be a Good Friend: Take the quiz on page 19 as a family. Read “My Brother Hyrum” (page 36) and talk about ways you can include others, especially those who are different from you. Be sure to check out a video about Hyrum online at friend.lds.org.
Far-Away Family Members: Read “Brave Enough” (page 4) and talk about what you can do to show love for family members who live far away. Make the snack on page 6 and use the activity to make stationery and mail uplifting letters.
Visit “Resources for Teaching Children” at lessonhelps.lds.org for stories, activities, and media to use at home and in Primary.
Find videos and games for kids at friend.lds.org.
Order the Friend at store.lds.org!