I just finished some handouts for my primary lesson. I'm probably cutting it too close for most of you, but just in case someone can use this, I'm posting it. My lesson today is about the printing of the Doctrine and Covenants (Called the Book of Commandments back then). It tells the story of a mob attacking the printing press in Kirtland. The mobbers threw the printing press and all the printed pages out the window. Two young girls, Mary Elizabeth Rollins age 14, and her 12 year old sister Caroline grabbed the printed pages and ran to hide in a corn field. I have discovered that my class (8-9 year olds) does best with lots of short activities. They also like to color while I tell them the stories. So, this hand out is a maze and a coloring page. The maze is pretending to get the girls through the corn field to save the pages. Though in reality the girls laid down and hid in the cornfield, I think this will still work. I hope this will be of use to someone.
Oh! and before I forget, the mazes were made by KrazyDad.com. He's got an amazing site with all sorts of free downloadable puzzles and such. Check it out! I made two versions of the hand out. The one shown is an easy version, and the other one is from Krazy Dad's 'challenging' collection.