Walk Beside Me LDS Preschool: Z is for Zion

Z is for Zion

Update: I had several comments about this particular download working. I’m so sorry it took such a long time to get it fixed, but it should work correctly now. I hope you enjoy it, and please feel free to comment or email me if you have any issues. Thanks! 

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Or should I say ZZZZZZZEEEEEEK??

Okay, that was lame. But I can’t believe it. I honestly can’t believe it. We made it! We made it to the letter Z! (Can you believe? I can’t.) I really never thought I’d still be even blogging to post the letter Z; I certainly never would have thought I’d have the ability to finish such a massive undertaking!!

Ladies and… well, gentleman? Assuming there’s one out there? I present to you the
Walk Beside Me LDS Preschool Curriculum: Z is for Zion Printables!

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{Sorry, I couldn’t help it.}

I confess, I had a hard time knowing exactly what to say about this one. I’ve already done E is for Enoch; but I wanted to bring up the principle of Zion being the pure in heart. It’s a hard concept to explain to a four year old, and perhaps one day I will go back and combine the E & Z printables into Z is for Zion, and make a whole new set of printables for E. But don’t hold your breath.

You could, of course, talk about Zion’s Camp after watching the Doctrine and Covenants Stories called “Zion’s Camp.” There is also this live action video, detailing some of the events of Zion’s Camp. However, what I felt was most appropriate for my daughter was the video called “The Second Coming of Jesus Christ.” While the events of Christ’s Coming may at times feel scary and uncertain, I think it’s important for your child to know this part of God’s plan. Express your love for the Savior and your excitement at His coming one day. Make sure your child knows we don’t know when the Savior will come, but we need to live the best life we can so Jesus will be happy with us! (For an in depth lesson on Zion, refer to this amazing lesson by The Red Headed Hostess!)

If your child feels apprehensive after watching the video “The Second Coming of Christ,” you can read this reassuring scripture from 1 Nephi 13:37. You can use this lesson to talk about preparedness and food storage and all that. Pack a 72 hour kit with your child! I didn’t. But you could. :)

Oh, and since this curriculum is officially COMPLETE, your download also comes with a preschool diploma. We had a lot of fun inviting friends and neighbors over (we got permission to use the ward house, since the weather was iffy) for a “graduation party!” Check back tomorrow* for more details on our little graduation party!
*by tomorrow, I mean soonish.

Don’t forget to check over the lesson schedule for the week you learn the letter Z for lots of fun ideas! The Walk Beside Me Store (an Amazon affiliate store) has lots of goodies for your preschool, and helps fund this huge project! If you’re new to this curriculum, check out the Intro page as well as the FAQ.

I sincerely hope and pray this curriculum has answered a prayer in your heart for an LDS preschool curriculum! If you have loved and appreciated it (and ahem, it’s freeness), please consider purchasing my family home evening packets, called FHE Made Easy, for only $10!

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11 Responses to Walk Beside Me LDS Preschool: Z is for Zion

  1. Alicia says:

    Thank you again for all the hard work you put into this preschool curriculum. I am planning on using it starting in August for my 3 year old daughter and I love that you have included links to church videos and such. I feel like I didn’t focus enough on the gospel topics when I did preschool with my 5 year old son. Hopefully he will catch more this go around since we are home schooling. You truly are a blessing to our family!

  2. Julie says:

    Thank you so much for this! I love it :)

  3. Amanda says:

    Thank you sooooo much for this amazing curriculum. I just finished printing it all off! I am so excited to use it for our upcoming school year starting in October!

    I have 6 kids (11,8,6,4,2 and 8 weeks) and am homeschooling my oldest 4. I feel so overwhelmed with everything on my plate and it was so nice having the work done for me. This curriculum will be used for my 4 year old little boy and I know he will love it!

    It is so nice to have something that reinforces what he is learning at church! I truly am grateful for your hard work and your willingness to share it for free. Homeschooling gets expensive and it is very time consuming. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
    Amanda

    • You are so welcome! I’m glad it will make your life easier. My goals were exactly what you just mentioned: easy, gospel oriented, and cheap. :D I feel like I pretty much succeeded at all three. Please let me know how your son likes the curriculum. Don’t forget, the printables are also really fun to have for Sacrament meetings or even for a quick FHE lesson activity (though I have a super easy FHE Made Easy program for that, too.) Thanks for your kind words!!

  4. Kim says:

    I just want to thank you for going to all the trouble of making this amazing curriculum and sharing it with us for FREE! I just found it and am excited to start it with my 3 year old soon. You are amazing!

  5. Randi says:

    First off I just want to say thank you so much for this AMAZING program! I love it and can’t wait to start it with my little one. I tried to download the Z is for Zion and it doesn’t bring anything up other then the download picture…is anybody else having problems with this? All the others opened just fine.

  6. Beth says:

    I love your curriculum and can’t wait to get it all going for my girls. I am having problems downloading Z though and was wondering if you had any ideas to help me.

  7. Donna C says:

    I had the same issue as Beth. When I click to download, it just takes me to the picture of the curriculum above. I have had no issues with the rest of the letters, just Z. Thank you so very very much for all the work you have done and for sharing it at no charge! This will be such a blessing when we start school in January!

  8. missy g says:

    Thank you so much for this free curriculum! I’ve been delaying working with my three year old on letters (although she does join us for my oldest’s homeschooling for almost everything we do – just not learning to read). Anyway, this program looks awesome and I am excited to get started printing it out and putting things together for her after the start of the year.
    Thanks again!

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