To celebrate Pioneer Day, Primary children of the Lebanon Pennsylvania Ward, USA, and their friends helped refugees close to home by making cards and putting together hygiene, school, and cleaning kits to help welcome them.
As friends, we wanted to honor the people in our neighborhood who serve our country in the military. We sang patriotic songs and shared cupcakes with them!
Addelyn S., Julianne W., Connor M., Eli S., Ansel S., and Easton M., ages 5, 11, 8, 7, 11, and 6, Missouri, USA
Matthew N., age 12, Busia, Kenya
After an indoor recess, everyone stuffed their games on the shelf. I try to be a good example, so I started to clean up the mess on the shelf. Soon everyone began doing the same.
Winnie W., age 10, British Columbia, Canada
My family traveled to Hong Kong to be sealed in the temple, and we felt the Spirit. I was able to help the missionaries because I speak English!
Rosa P., age 9, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
I was playing with a friend who showed me a video. At first it was funny, but then a character said a bad word. When I hear bad words, it feels bad in my body, so I asked him if we could do something else. He said OK. I felt happy inside!
Javaan F., age 9, North Carolina, USA
I saw a new girl at school who was alone. I asked my friends to include her in playing with us. They said no, but I went anyway and played with her. We are now friends!
Meigan P., age 10, Arizona, USA
Love my family. Sharing testimony. Helping other. Pray every day. Love my neighbor.
Tanson M., age 7, Hawaii, USA
One time at school I played with someone that was lonely.
Avery S., age 8, Alberta, Canada