These are my ideas. My hope is that my thoughts may be a springboard to your own great ideas that are right for you and your family. Some ideas are for families with young children while others might be for widows meeting together as a group. Read through and find what’s right for your situation.
Use these activities during your lesson, as a morning activity reminder, or any other time to quietly reinforce this week’s lesson. Many of these resources are from LDS.org, however, some may be from other helpful bloggers.
Beatitudes- Word search with fill in the blanks
The Beatitudes- Matching
If I Choose to Obey, I'll Be Happy All Day- Make a Beatitude Book
Peacemakers- Decode the sentence
I Am a Peacemaker- Peacemaker 24 hour challenge worksheet
Body Blessings- Word puzzle
Sermon on the Mount- Crossword Puzzle
Eternal Treasure- Treasure chest activity
Following Jesus: Be Generous- Includes summary, examples, and challenges. Other ones in this series that go with the Sermon on the Mount: Be Helpful, Be Brave, Be a Peacemaker, Pray, Be Merciful, Be A Good Example.
Cease from Anger- Examples with multiple choice answers of how to act as peacemakers instead of reacting.
I am a Peacemaker- Read what other kids think about being a peacemaker than fill out how you can be a peacemaker. The writing is better for older classes.
Blessed are the Peacemakers- Bright Idea poster. Try making it into a puzzle and put one piece up at time as you do the lesson or as they try to guess what the lesson is about.
A Peacemaker- Illustrated story about how Joseph Smith is a peacemaker and told us to be as well. Turn it into a comic strip on a scroll for a fun way to read it.
Peacemaker Wanted- Towards the bottom there is a order of sequence activity. President Eyring offers some good counsel as well.
Jesus Christ Sermon on the Mount
Let Your Light So Shine