Come Follow Me Sketchnotes and Lesson Plan helps: “It Is Finished”; Matthew 27; Mark 15; Luke 23; John 19. June 17-23

“It Is Finished”
Matthew 27; Mark 15; Luke 23; John 19.
June 17-23


Happy Monday!
I’m back today with another set of Sketchnotes to go along with the Come Follow Me lessons.  The lesson this week ties in a lot with the Easter lesson, so make sure you check out the sketchnotes I created for Easter.  You can find them here. 


I’ve also included our family’s plan for studying Come Follow me as well as a bunch of extra resources.
FUN ANNOUNCEMENT!  If you’re not already following me on Instagram, now is a great time to start!  Next week I am joining in with some awesome bloggers to share what Come Follow Me actually looks like in our homes: messy and genuine helps from busy families who are trying our best and learning together.  Follow Simply Come Follow me so you don’t miss any of the real life tips!


Our Family’s Weekly Plan:

Monday: Read 1 Nephi 19:9 and discuss.  Watch Jesus is Condemned Before Pilate 


Tuesday: Read Matthew 27:3-10. Watch Jesus is Condemned Before Pilate video


Wednesday:  Read and Discuss Mark 15:1-15. Read “Washed Clean”  
Thursday: Read “Sold!” and watch The Shiny Bicycle video
Friday: Read  “He Broke the Bands of Death” 

Saturday: Read and do Activity “Following the Savior’s Path”

Sunday: Read John 19:25-27 and “Repentance and the Atonement”

For Children:

“Following the Savior’s Path” President Dieter F. Uchtdorf summarizes the events of the last week of the Savior’s life. Includes an activity to number pictures to show the order of events after Jesus arrived in Jerusalem.

“He Broke the Bands of Death” Elder Patrick Kearon of the Seventy tells how his young daughter learned about Jesus breaking the bands of death.

“Washed Clean”  President Boyd K. Packer of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles teaches that we can become clean again through the Atonement of Jesus Christ.

“Why is the Savior’s Atonement important?” Elder Dallin H. Oaks shares some truths about the Atonement. Includes a short biography of Elder Oaks.

“Sold!” President Monson explained the gift of the Atonement by telling the story of a young boy who wanted to buy a bicycle.

“Repentance and the Atonement” An explanation of how Jesus paid our debts by suffering for our sins. Includes an activity to create a booklet to remind yourself to follow Jesus’ example.

For Adults/Teens:

None Were With Him by Elder Holland

That We May Be One by President Eyring

The Peaceable Things of the Kingdom by Elder Holland

Jesus Christ, Atonement Through (Topical Guide)

Podcasts and Videos:

Jesus is Condemned Before Pilate video

Jesus is Scourged and Crucified video

The Trials of Jesus (Scripture Reader)

Jesus is Crucified (Scripture Reader)

The Shiny Bicycle video

The Atonement video We asked kids to tell us about the Atonement of Jesus Christ in their own words. (4:07)

How to use Scripture Sketchnotes:

TRACE. You can also trace these into your scriptures or journal using a light box or a sunny window.  My husband made me an awesome lightbox, but this one is a great option for you to purchase.
COLORING PAGE. Use as a coloring page for your kids to work on during family scripture time.  Write additional notes and insights on the pages as you go. You could add all the completed sketchnotes pages to a binder to keep as a reminder of the gospel topics you’ve discussed together.

STICKER PAPER. Print on clear sticker paper and cut apart the doodles to add to your scripture journal or into the margins of your scriptures.  (This year, I am using this free wide-margin New Testament PDF that I had printed and spiral bound at a local copy shop.  But there are many wide-margin options available.)

Printing on clear sticker paper allows you to add color to the doodles using colored pencils, but still be able to see the words beneath them.  I have tried out a few different kinds of colored pencils on this sticker paper.  Ergosoft pencils and Prismacolor pencils work really well.

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