If you saw the first paper play set I shared (Jonah and the Whale) and read the slightly
embarrassing reason why I’ve been creating these sets, I’m happy to report that it worked!
I used the set to tell the story of Jonah to my four year old son and he LOVED it! He played with
the set for a while, reenacting the story and solidifying it in his mind, and he was even able to retell
the story to his daddy and siblings later in the day.
Samuel Chapter 17 and it’s a pretty remarkable tale of bravery and trust in the Lord.
Samuel’s desire to follow the Lord and his strength in the face of danger is exactly the kind of
story I want to fill up my child’s imagination. You can also find a short video featuring this story here
and a ton of helpful David and Goliath resources here.
sacrament meeting. I am planning to have this set available for my little guy to play with during General Conference this weekend. ( I’ll be using this Conference Journal for Busy Moms myself and my older kids will be using this Conference Doodle Journal)
Supplies to make paper dolls:
How to make paper doll play set:
flannel board, if desired.
a way to share them with my children that’s both meaningful and simple.