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CTR A – Lesson 16 Jesus Christ Has the Power to Heal

CTR Lesson 15 Jesus Christ


Lesson 17 – “The Priesthood Helps Me” is up!


Jesus Christ Has the Power to Heal – Lesson Helps

The following are ideas and printables meant to compliment the doctrinal teachings in the LDS Primary lesson CTR A- Lesson 16 “Jesus Christ Has the Power to Heal.”  Official lesson linked here. 

Pictures and Review Game ideas

I’ve created printables with the pictures used in the lesson and the corresponding answers that match to each picture.  You can play a matching game with these for older children, or even print two of each of the pictures and play a memory game with small children to review the key points of the lesson.

Here are the printables: 

Review Pictures

Review Picture Answers

Jairus’ Daughter Coloring page

I was going to create a coloring page for this story, but it has already been done!  Here is a link to the FRIEND magazine coloring page- Jairus’ Daughter raised from the dead. 

“First Aid” kit take-home band-aids handout and review

The Priesthood can help me handout

Kids love band-aids, I don’t know why but they just do.  So I though why not create some labels with key points from the lesson, place them on band-aids, in a “First Aid” kit that reminds the children how the Priesthood can help them when they are ill.

Printable for the labels:

Word Document: These are US Avery standard labels– number 5160 and this is a word document–because I could not fit the exact text from the manual, and I want you to be able to adjust what I’ve provided to meet your needs.

The Priesthood Can Help Me Bandaid Labels (Word Document)

PDF: If you’re in another country, I’m not sure if your labels are exactly the same, or if you have formatting issues, here is a PDF.  I can’t promise they will print perfectly on label paper, so perhaps print on regular paper then tape to the band-aids. 

The Priesthood Can Help Me Bandaid Labels PDF

Carrier printouts for these Band-aids:  

Some color carrier bag: PriesthoodAidColor

Just black and white carrier bag  PriesthoodAidBlackandWhite


To assemble this handout:

  1. Apply labels to band-aids, (you can find cheap ones at the dollar store)
  2. Print out your desired carrier template (Above), cut around the outside, you may want the kids to color it in (black and white)
  3. Fold the carrier along the middle seam, then apply two staples, put your band aids in, and that’s it!!

Cut then fold

Jessica and Baby Brother

There is a story about a girl named Jessica and her baby brother who needs a blessing.  I’ve created printable characters for this story (girl and baby) to give the children a visual.  The first is black and white and colorable, and the second is full color.  here they are:

JessicaAndBabyBrotherB&W Black and White for coloring

JessicaAndBabyBrotherColor Full color characters 

“Faith” lyrics handout

Lesson 16 lyrics

faithlyrics (2 handouts per page)

I am not an official spokesperson for the LDS Church, I am just a Mormon mom who loves to teach. 


  • Rebecca
    April 28, 2014

    I just what to let you know how grateful I am for your wonderful ideas and handouts for these weekly lessons. Your things make my lesson so special for my little ones each Sunday. Thanks for all the time you take in our behalf.
    You are terrific. Many thanks, Rebecca

    • Losingit
      April 28, 2014

      This is so kind of you to say. I actually really enjoy creating these helps. So in a way it feels a bit selfish. I’m glad my creative outlet can help people! Thanks for stopping by!

  • Debbie Wyler
    May 7, 2014

    Thank you so much for all your great ideas and printables!

    • Losingit
      May 8, 2014

      You’re very welcome! So nice of you to stop by.

  • Julie
    May 11, 2014

    Just wanted to tell you “thank you” for taking the time to help us all out with our Primary lessons. I am making the doctor bags with the band aids for my class and I know they will love them. You are awesome!

    • Losingit
      May 11, 2014

      Oh good! I hope those bags worked out for you. Happy mothers day!

  • debbie benson
    May 11, 2014

    Thank you so much for sharing your ideas and printables. I am amazed!! Makes teaching Primary even more SPECIAL! 🙂

    • Losingit
      May 11, 2014

      So kind of you to say so. And it really is a pleasure for me. I’m taking graphic design classes and I feel an extra boost because I’m trying to apply my skills to the work. All the best to you!

  • Kris Brown
    May 11, 2014

    THANK YOU SO MUCH! The bandaids idea was a hit! The kids liked it so much and they will be able to talk to their parents about each picture. Making it ready to print on my Avery labels made it so easy…awesome!

    • Losingit
      May 12, 2014

      I’m so glad it worked out! I love it when kids have something that helps them re-tell what they learned to their family. Thanks for stopping by!

  • Teresa
    May 25, 2014

    Thank you so much for the creative “First Aid” kit. I am using it in class today. My children are 5 turning 6, and they will love this!

    • Losingit
      May 25, 2014

      You’re so welcome! I hope they like it!

  • Carolan
    April 25, 2016

    I absolutely love your ideas. You put so much work into everything. It has helped me to so and I can’t thank you enough for all you do to help us.

    • Losingit
      April 28, 2016

      I’m so glad they help you!! Thanks for stopping by.

  • Monica
    May 6, 2016

    Wonderful! Thank you so much for helping with such amazing ideas.

    • Losingit
      May 6, 2016

      You are so welcome!

  • Beth MacCallum
    May 7, 2016

    You have amazing ideas! I love your blog! Please keep up the good work! Happy Mother’s Day!

    • Losingit
      May 9, 2016

      I will try my very best! 🙂

  • Judy
    May 14, 2016

    Thank You! The Band-aid idea worked perfectly!

    • Losingit
      May 16, 2016


  • Stephanie
    January 9, 2017

    You are brilliant, you know that? Your lesson ideas have carried me through the year and I am so thankful. And you’re right, kids do love bandaids. It’s just a fact of life. I always get awesome feedback from parents and I tell them about your blog because I want to give credit where it’s due! Thank you for all your hard work.

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