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Waters of Mormon four mini-pictures depicting Alma pleading for Abinadi’s life, Alma baptizing, Alma teaching—people clapping hands, modern girl hugging her grandmother. Can be made into flannel board pictures to retell the story, Covenants at the Waters of Mormon
Wise Man and Foolish Man 7 mini-pictures of the House; Wise man; Foolish man; Fallen house; Storm: Rain, wind, floods; Rock hill; Sand hill. Can be used as flannel board figures to retell the story, The Wise Man and Foolish Man.
Wise Man and Foolish Man 2, 16 mini-pictures depicting the story of the wise man who built his house upon a rock and the foolish man who built his house upon the sand. To print the pictures first right-click on each picture and select "save picture as."
Woman at the Well - Coloring page showing woman at the well and Jesus Christ with the accompanying scripture verses beneath.
Women of Faith, includes Esther, Ruth, Mary Fielding Smith and Primary Girl.
Word of Wisdom
Two pictures, a girl with healthy foods and a boy with prohibited Word of Wisdom things in a circle with a line drawn through. Right-click on the picture and select "save picture as."
Word of Wisdom (2) 5 mini-pictures of the King’s servant; Daniel; Hananiah, Mishael, Azariah; and King Nebuchadnezzar. Can be made into flannel board figures to retell the story, Daniel Obeys The Lord.
Word of Wisdom (3) - coloring page showing a family walking on the beach with the words, "Living the Word of Wisdom shows respect for my body".
Words, Good - heart-shaped puzzle for children to color and put together showing how good words fill our hearts.
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