Primary 7 Lesson 17: The Parables of the Sower and the Wheat and Tares

This LDS Primary lesson tells the parables in the New Testament of the Sower and the Wheat and the Tares.  The purpose of the lesson is help each child understand and apply the spiritual messages in two of the parables Jesus told.  I made two handouts for this lesson.  The first one is the main lesson handout to help the children remember what they learned that week.  To download your own copy please click HERE

Primary 7 lesson 17 handout I also made a handout to go with Enrichment activity #1 and made a chart to help the children understand the meaning of the two parables.  To download this handout please click HERE

Primary 7 Lesson 17 activity If you appreciate these fun ideas and free handouts please let me know in a comment below, it’s always nice to know your work is appreciated.  If you want to stay in the loop be sure to [addlink url=”” text=”like me on Facebook”] and sign up for my newsletter

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  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE your beautiful handouts every week. The girls in my class absolutely love them and I am always very excited to hand them out. Thank you so much! =)

    • says:

      Thank you, Charity! I’m so glad your class gets excited about the handouts and they can help each week. Thanks for your service in the primary!

  2. Thank you so, so much for sharing your talents, insights, etc.They are beautiful and each week the children comment on the fun colors of the handouts. Your service is appreciated very much!

    • says:

      I’m so glad the kiddos in your class like the handouts, Bev! It makes me happy to know how many children are benefiting from them.

  3. Shelley says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this. It is so helpful!! I teach this lesson in a couple of weeks and I am excited to use them. I really appreciate this!!

  4. Thank you very much for creating these lovely handouts. I will use them in my class.

  5. Thank you for sharing your handouts! I love knowing I can come to this site and find just the right thing to help the children remember the lessons.

    • says:

      Thank you for your kind words, Julie! I’m so glad you’ve been able to find things to help here 🙂 I always had trouble remembering what I’d learned about as a child which is a big part of what motivated me to start making handouts and journals.

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