This is a fun little story about two boys who learned how being honest and not taking fruit from someone’s tree was a lesson in happiness and serving others!
Reproduce the 17 page story onto regular weight paper. Color each page. Reproduce the cover onto heavier white cardstock. Provide a blank white cardstock back cover to complete the book. You can choose to punch three holes along the left hand edge and use metal rings to hold the book together. You might also just staple along the edge and then pre-crease the pages so that they will turn easily.
This story is a perfect example of a way to be honest in our daily actions. Many children can relate to this simple example of choosing to not take fruit from a neighbors tree or vegetables from someone's garden. A wonderful idea of how one can still receive a desire but remain honest in all you do. This is perfect for any lesson teaching honesty.
This fun and creative game teaches the importance of being honest and not to cheat. It is perfect for Young Women when teaching integrity and for Primary aged children when teaching honesty. It is also a great activity for Family Home Evening. Players answer questions that test their honesty and compete spell the word "honest" BEFORE the spell the word "cheat".
The object of this activity is to have the children find the word "Honest". You create a fun twelve strip puzzle banner that has pictures of children and parents all over the world and quotes the scripture "We Believe In Being Honest" (AoF 1:13). A great help in sharing time or for singing time.