For Young Children


Sandwich Buddies

  1. 1.

    William hopped into the car next to Jeremy and buckled his seat belt.

    Is everybody ready for preschool?

    Yes!

    Yes!

  2. 2.

    Jeremy’s mom started driving down the road, and William opened his lunch box. He pulled out a peanut butter sandwich and took a big bite.

  3. 3.

    Jeremy looked at William’s sandwich. It looked yummy. Jeremy was hungry.

  4. 4.

    Mom, I’m hungry. Do you have something for me to eat?

    Sorry, Jeremy. We ate before we left. I don’t have anything else.

  5. 5.

    OK.

    Jeremy was sad. He wanted a sandwich too.

  6. 6.

    William saw that Jeremy was sad. He pulled off a piece of his sandwich and handed it to Jeremy.

    Here you go!

  7. 7.

    Thanks, William. You’re nice.

    No problem. That’s what friends are for!

Being a Friend

One way that you can be a friend is by helping other children. William and Jeremy want to do nice things for other children at the playground. Circle the children on the playground who need help.

playground scene(click to view larger)

Illustration by Scott Peck

Coloring Page

Joseph Smith teaching(click to view larger)

Illustration by Jared Beckstrand

Joseph Smith saw and testified of Jesus Christ.

“He lives! For we saw him, even on the right hand of God; and we heard the voice bearing record that he is the Only Begotten of the Father” (D&C 76:22–23).