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  • My favorite object lesson for baptism talks using cotton candy
  • Maria Eckersley
  • BaptismCotton CandyLDSobject lessonprimaryRepentanceTeaching tips

My favorite object lesson for baptism talks using cotton candy

My favorite object lesson for baptism talks using cotton candy

If you're an adult in the LDS church, chances are you'll be asked to speak at a baptism. This easy object lesson teaches about the blessings of baptism and how we can renew our covenants through repentance and the sacrament. As a bonus, it doubles as an inexpensive gift for the baptism kids.


You can find the printables I mentioned by following these links...
PINK Cotton Candy Set
BLUE Cotton Candy Set

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Comments on this post (6)

  • Aug 26, 2017

    I’m speaking at my grand daughter’s baptism next week and wanted something fun and memorable! Thank you for the darling idea!

    — Melony Olson

  • Jul 30, 2017

    THIS IS AMAZING!!! Thank you so much!!

    — Melissa

  • Jul 24, 2017

    Just remember that 8 year olds have not been accountable yet, so they are not really being washed clean. They are choosing the path because Christ did and they need it to enter His kingdom by the baptism ordinance.

    Also, make sure kids are taught that it’s the cleansing power ( sanctifier) of the Holy Ghost that cleanses sin, not the sacrament itself. We are promised to have His spirit to be with us which is what sanctifies and cleanses us each week if we repent and come to take the sacrament with the right heart.

    The gift of the Holy Ghost is powerful and the more we live right and have it with us, the more we are sanctified by its power.

    — Allison Downs

  • May 02, 2017

    Thank you! Delightful teaching tool!

    — Jamie Ellison

  • Apr 02, 2017

    I am speaking at my granddaughter’s baptism. Thank you!

    — Jo Aycock

  • Mar 17, 2017

    I really liked this object lesson.
    Thank you for sharing it.

    — DeAnn Covington

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