E is for Enoch

E is for Enoch

It’s time for my newest Walk Beside Me Preschool Curriculum update!
This week is brought to you by
E is for Enoch!

I love the story of Enoch. I think it’s because I love the verse from Follow the Prophet that goes

Enoch was a prophet; he taught what was good.
People in his city did just what they should.
When they were so righteous that there was no sin,
Heav’nly Father took them up to live with him.

 Little Sunbeams love to raise their hands up on the last line to show Heavenly Father taking the people of Enoch up to heaven. Ultimately, I decided to go with another song that also fit the story of Enoch. However, you can of course implement Follow the Prophet one as well! It’s a little bit of a cop-out for me to use the Follow the Prophet song for each alphabet letter!

By the way, did you know the LDS music site has both the piano only and the mp3 versions of every LDS song? It’s a great resource, especially if it’s been a few years since you’ve served in Primary. Sometimes I don’t know the song as well as I would like, so we’ll gather around the computer and sing along. :)

I hope you enjoy this Preschool packet. If you have any questions, please check out our FAQ page. And don’t forget to print out the weekly schedule so you have the best way to implement and reinforce this curriculum!
Lastly, please check out the Walk Beside Me Store. I offer you this curriculum for free, but I encourage you to purchase your preschool supplies through my store!

How are you liking the preschool curriculum? Any fun activities or ideas you’d like to see in next week’s packet??

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7 Responses to E is for Enoch

  1. Abby says:

    These are great! Thank you for sharing them!

  2. Miss Amanda says:

    Thank you for all your hard work. Just a quick note that in the E packet on page 4 it says “Practice Letter D”. I just love your work by the way!

  3. allyall says:

    It takes me sooo long to download these packets for some reason. I don’t have slow internet issues at other sites, so I’m wondering if its the way the packets are hosted or something?

    • You know, I don’t know. They are self-hosted and are not compressed (.zip files) but this one for example is only 5 mb. Shouldn’t take too long to download… I don’t suppose you’re an internet genius who knows the answer to this question if I gave you more info? :D

  4. Arjanisa says:

    Have discoverd somenhitg interesting as for the dates for the 2015 calendar. Note this cluster of holidays and the Fathers called out times. First, Sabbath will be on the Roman Tuesday. April 2nd, on Thursday at about 7 p.m. is the last supper memorial, April 3rd in the evening is Passover, the night to be much remembered, April 4th is the Jewish Passover and Sunday the 5th is Easter! So april 2, 3, 4, and 5 are a real cluster! Now that year is mid point of the 7 years if the dates are correct and I counted properly. . .

  5. Kaitlan says:

    I just came across this curriculum and I am so beyond grateful for it! I’ve been searching for an LDS based curriculum for my not quite three year old, and this has fit the bill perfectly! I appreciate all of your hard work and time that went into putting this together. I was feeling very overwhelmed by trying to put together a pre-school for my daughter, and am so grateful for how simple this is for both me and her! She BEGS to do the letter pages! So thank you so much for putting this out there!

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