Walk Beside Me LDS Preschool: L is for Love One Another

Walk Beside Me Introduction

The newest addition to my LDS Preschool curriculum Walk Beside Me is here! This week is brought to you by the letter L! (Abigail has discovered Sesame Street, can you tell?) This week’s focus is L is for Love One Another. What a perfect time to introduce loving others to our super loving preschoolers! {I’m just being a bit sarcastic here.}

This week I really wanted to be a super mommy. But, as usual, I failed. I had a ton of fun things planned with the life cycle of the butterfly and showing love to others. Wouldn’t it be fun to cut out some hearts and help your preschooler write on it kind things they could do for family members? Once a day, they could pick a heart and do that particular action. The whole family could be in on the fun! As I said though, that didn’t happen. I’d love to hear how it went for you though!

Not surprisingly, there are some great resources online to teach the concept of loving one another. Naturally, the song of the week is Love One Another! (My girls loved listening to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir sing Love One Another!) I found this cute story from the Friend Magazine, and this beautiful Mormon Message on the topic! I also thought the video presentation of the New Testament Stories was appropriate, which you can view here.

In other news, a reader recently let me know that the links within my Walk Beside Me Preschool Schedule aren’t active. Lame! It took me a bit of time, but I fixed the links, updated any outdated info, and added even more links to make the schedule super simple. I’m a mom, I understand simple. I’m also ADHD and lazy; simplicity is freaking golden. And… (drumroll please!) the schedule is now complete from A to Z! So even if you’ve downloaded it before, you’re definitely going to want to grab the updated version! Also, it’s now hosted on the site, so if you haven’t been able to download it before due to internet issues, it’s officially just a link away!

If you’re new to the curriculum, check out the FAQ and Introduction pages. These will give you a great place to start in teaching your child the gospel, one letter at the time. I offer this totally amazing super awesome curriculum for free but I do ask that you check out my Walk Beside Me store. Amazon gives me an itsy bitsy percentage for linking you up, and that little percentage goes a little way in supporting this site. {Plus it helps me justify the hours I spend at the computer!} {How do you like the dose of guilt, hmm??} You can get everything you need to start teaching your kid through the store.

What are your plans for using L is for Love One Another? A quiet book? Preschool? Family Home Evening? Share your ideas!

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5 Responses to Walk Beside Me LDS Preschool: L is for Love One Another

  1. HighDesertGal says:

    I have a question: In your store you have pattern blocks from Ed.Insight and M&D. Are they the same size? My 3yr old GS would love some but my 9mo old GD might eat them. Any ideas?
    Thanks Nancy
    If you know the answer please do a general post or email me. ThankS!

  2. LeeAnn Robinson says:

    So happy to have stumbled upon this project you’ve taken on. I love love love it!

  3. Rebeccca says:

    I love, love, LOVE this curriculum! Thank you so much for sharing it with all of us! My kids are going to love it! Just curious, did you skip letter “I” or did I miss it. Thanks again!

    • While it is entirely possible that I had skipped a letter (I literally have to check each week to see which letter I should be posting), it looks like the letter I is up there. Phew! I’ll also check to make sure that all the links are working correctly. Here’s the link for the letter I: I is for I am a Child of God. Enjoy!

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