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To Be Generous Lesson 5 Grade 1

Lesson 5 Grade 1 Ruhi Bk 3 Generosity

Lesson 5 this week is about Generosity

What is Generosity?

  • What is Generosity
  • How do we know we are being generous?
  • Why should we practice the virtue of Generosity?
  • When do we practice the virtue of Generosity?

As we learn about Generosity, memorize the quote, and listen to the songs and stories, let us try to think about how we can practice Generosity.

For lessons 4 to 8, the Prayer to memorize is “O Thou kind Lord! I am a little child”. We will continue practicing the ones we already know.

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Say prayers and memorize



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Lesson 5 Grade 1 Ruhi book 3 PRAYER O Thou Kind Lord I am a Child

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Lesson 5 Grade 1 Ruhi book 3 song
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Lesson 5 Quote

To give and to be generous are attributes of Mine; well is it with him that adorneth himself with My virtues.



To give and be generous

Send A Postcard

Lesson 4 postcard on Generosity
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One day, Bahá’u’lláh sent His son, ‘Abdu’l-Bahá to inspect the work of the shepherds who were taking care of His sheep. ‘Abdu’l-Bahá was a small child at the time, and a man was sent with Him to accompany Him. After the inspection, the man said to ‘Abdu’lBaha: “It is your father’s custom to leave a gift for each shepherd.” ‘Abdu’l-Bahá became silent for a while because He did not have anything to give them. The man, however, insisted that the shepherds were expecting something and would be disappointed if ‘Abdu’l-Bahá did not give them something. Then, ‘Abdu’l-Bahá had an idea; He would give the shepherds a few of the sheep from the flock they were tending. Bahá’u’lláh was greatly pleased when He heard about ‘Abdu’l-Bahá‘s generous thoughts towards the shepherds. He made a little joke, saying that everyone had better take good care of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá because someday He would give Himself away. And, of course, that is exactly what ‘Abdu’l-Bahá did for the rest of His life. He gave everything He had, each and every moment of His life, to humanity, to unite us and bring us true happiness.

Powerpoint Slides
Another story on Generosity
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GAME SUGGESTIONS: The Twins or Giving

The Twins

  • Ask two children to stand back to back and squat down. Then, tell them to hook their elbows and stand up. To be successful, both children have to have “give  and take”  in their movements


  • A trading-card game in which all players start with random cards, each representing a particular human need (such as food, clothing, shelter, education, etc). The children must give away what they have to others who are in need until everyone’s basic needs are met.
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Generosity Sheep Craft

Download the PDF to print, cut out and glue.

Another Sheep craft: sheep moving back and forth

This template is easy to cut and stick the sheep on. when the lever is moved side to side, the sheep also moves.

Template PDF Here


This amazing site offers many free templates and if it is not free, when you sign in as a free member, the site is always sending free downloads of your choice links. Use it to get this or any other resource free.

For other lessons on this blog, check out the Ruhi Book 3 Page

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Baha’i Faith And Practicing The Virtues Of Cleanliness

Children Class Virtues: lesson 1 Cleanliness

WELCOME TO LESSON 1 on the Virtue of Cleanliness

The aim of this lesson is for the children to learn that cleanliness is spiritual, physical (body and actions), and mental (their thoughts). The content is from the online platform with is free for anyone to sign up. Lots of crafts and resources to download


How do we keep clean?

  • If we are camping and did not have a bath or shower?
  • What can we use instead of a sink?
  • How do we wash our hands thoroughly?


  • What does this mean?
  • Can we use water to clean our minds?
  • What are “not good thoughts”?
  • It is normal to have these thoughts, but then WE choose how to act.  We recognize the thought or feeling, we STOP and thank God for sending us this clue, and we ask God to help us change our thoughts.

Take a breath, calm down, and say a prayer.  When you are…

  1. Angry? Ask God for a stronger thought of Peace. 
  2. Impatience? Ask God for a stronger thought of Patience. 
  3. Jealousy? Ask God for a stronger thought of Sharing. 
  4. Selfish?  Ask God for a stronger thought of Sharing.
  5. Sad? Ask God for a stronger thought of Joyfulness
  6. Mad at someone? Ask God for a stronger thought of Forgiveness


How do we keep our hearts pure? 

  • Prayers
  • Practice virtues
  • Do kindly deeds
  • Be of service

Prayer: He is God! O God, my God! Bestow upon me a pure heart, like unto a pearl.–Abdu’l-Baha

The prayer and memorization aids like the flashcards below can be downloaded from the FREE course content online along with many more resources for Kindergarten and Grade 1 to Grade 4.


I’m a clean kid. I keep my life in order. I’m a clean kid. I wash my face everyday. I’m a clean kid. I do my share to keep our house in order. I’m a clean kid, from Sunday to Saturday!

(Jennifer Russell, The Virtues Songs CD)

Bath Song – Splish Splash | Kidz Area Nursery Rhymes

Brush to the Beat | Music Video | Learn to Brush Your Teeth | Mickey Mornings | Disney Junior


1.      (CD:  Little People:  Bath Time Singalong by Fisher-Price)

  • Splish Splash
  • Rubber Ducky
  • Beautiful Bath
  • Scrubba Dubba
  • Rub-a-Dub-Dub
  •  I Gotta be Clean
  •  Brush Your Teeth

Be ye the very essence of cleanliness amongst mankind.



To help in memorizing the quote, have the children listen to the quote as much as possible. 

Visuals also help in memorizing and be downloaded on the class platform for free.

Try the following: layout the following in a row, on a table have the children go along the table examining each word and picture.

  • Be – Picture of a bee
  • YE – picture to a human or a finger pointing to the child
  • The very essence – a small container with the vanilla essence
  • Of cleanliness – a picture of a very clean room  or person or a picture of a soap bar
  • amongst mankind – picture of the crowd
  • Baha’u’llah – just written out

Look at the video with the meaning of the word in the quote.

There are many games to play, here you will find more:


  • Let The kids wash dishes or pretend to wash dished
  • The ROBOT Clean-Up Game. This was taken from the site Momtastic where there are many more ideas
  • By creating directions based on simple computer codes (walk forward, bend down, turn left, drop toy), your child will not only have fun being a robot, but she’ll also end up cleaning her room; plus, she’ll learn some programming along the way, too. The kids LOVED this activity!


Story of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá


THE MAGIC MIRRORlisten online



Craft about washing hands

Activity: Cleanliness and Germs 


  1. Black Peppercorns
  2. Small bowl with Water 
  3. Dawn Soap in a small plate


The pepper will act as “GERMS”

The water will act as the surface of your “HAND”

The soap is when you wash your hands


  1. Grind pepper into bowl of water.
  2. Stick your finger in, notice that the pepper will stick to your finger.
  3. Dip your finger into soap and put it again into the bowl with water and pepper
  4. the “germs” move away and none sticks to your finger.