Sunday Savers: Old Testament – Ages 8-11 is loaded with fun to create activities that help teach the enrichment activities for each lesson in the Primary 6 Old Testament manual.

Click HERE to locate lessons from lds.org.

Click BOOK or CD-ROM to purchase. Or, find them at your nearest LDS bookstore. See description below.

The activities match the lesson activities outlined in the Primary 6 Old Testament manual. Shown are just a few. Click on each of the following to find an activity for each lesson.

Sunday Savers: Old Testament Activities for Lessons 1-46: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45  46 47

BOOK & CD-ROM DESCRIPTION:

How do you teach an eight-year-old about the Atonement? How can you help children learn about such concepts as humility and sacrifice? You’re well on your way to the right answers with the popular Sunday Savers series! Each activity is listed alphabetically and cross-referenced to a particular lesson in the Primary 6 (Old Testament Ages 8-11) manual. Children will love the dozens of fun and unique crafts and activities contained in this book or CD-ROM (sold separately).

YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO DOWNLOAD ACTIVITIES FROM THIS WEBSITE AT THIS TIME. YOU WILL NEED TO PURCASE THE BOOK OR CD-ROM AS FOLLOWS.

TO PURCHASE ACTIVITY: Click BOOK or CD-ROM to purchase. Or find them at your nearest LDS bookstore. See description above.

 

2 thoughts on “Old Testament – 8-11, Prim. 6

  • April 20, 2014 at 2:06 pm
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    I love your books and have used them for many years. So a little while ago, I finally broke down and purchased 2 of your cd rom’s the old testament and the book of mormon. I purchased them at Deseret books. I was very disapointed however to discover, sereral months later when I finally got my husband to help (I am not tech savvy, that both cd’s are out of date and can not be used on the new mac versions. I just spent $30 dollars on something I can’t use! Do you have any suggestions on what I can do to either use it or trade in. Help please.

    Sincerly Diana Gareis

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    • April 24, 2014 at 5:42 pm
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      I can’t tell from your email which versions of the two software CD-ROMs you purchased. The current release of the Sunday Savers Book of Mormon program contains only PDF files–no user interface, so as long as you can open and print PDF files on your Mac, you shouldn’t have any problems. You just have to install the free Adobe Reader program from this website: http://get.adobe.com/reader/otherversions/

      The older releases of Sunday Savers (like Sunday Savers Old Testament) utilize a user interface that is apparently not compatible with the latest versions of Mac OS. Fortunately, all of the content is still available on the CD-ROM.

      Here is a workaround for those CD-ROMs:

      If you look at the files on the CD-ROM you will see a folder called Graphics. In that folder you will see files whose names begin with the letter a, others that begin with the letter l, and toward the bottom of the list, file names that begin with the letter x. Let’s first look at the names that begin with x. For example, x46g01.tif is the text page for lesson 46. It will tell you what you need to know to teach lesson 46, give you a preview of the activity, etc. The files that are associated with lesson 46 are l46g02.tif, l46g03.tif, l46g02c.tif and l46g03c.tif. The first files are black and white and the second files are color. (Any of the files with a c after the graphic number are the color versions.) On a Mac when you Preview the files you can print them directly from there or open them in a graphics program and then print them. I would suggest that you look at the text file first, print it if you need it, then look at the associated lesson graphics and print them.

      I hope this helps. (By the way, the files with names that begin with the letter “a” are just larger versions of the activity previews found in the text file and aren’t needed when you access the CD-ROM files in this direct manner instead of through the user interface.) Please let me know if you have any questions.

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