I am very spatially challenged so this was a good thing for me to try. This object lesson shows the printing method for The Book of Mormon in the olden days. It could also show how other book were printed in that time frame of the 1800's.
This is directly taken from lds.org (see link at end of post):
Have each child fold a piece of paper into eight sections (see illustration). Then have the children unfold their papers and write numbers on each side as illustrated:
I teach the younger kids at church (age 8) so I designed my own form so that the kids could just fold the paper and cut. I thought it would be too challenging for them to have to figure out how to write all the numbers in the right places. Here are my pages below. If you print them out, be sure to do them double sided and have the right pages match up on the back. Believe it or not this was a challenge for me. I'm glad my children inherited their dad's spatial skills and not mine.
Click HERE to read the Primary lesson that goes with this object lesson.