“Jonah and the Whale Cutouts,” Friend, Jan. 2006, 17
Remove this page from the magazine, mount it on heavy paper, then cut out the figures. Use a brass paper fastener to attach the whale’s jaws together where indicated. If you want to use the cutouts with a flannel board, glue flannel to the back of the figures. For stick puppets, glue wooden craft sticks on the backs of the cutouts. These figures can help you tell the story of Jonah in a family home evening lesson or Primary talk (see Jonah 1–3).
Note: If you do not wish to remove pages from the magazine, this activity may be copied, traced, or printed from the Internet at www.lds.org. Click on Gospel Library.
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