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Activity day girls

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This week we are going to talk about family history.  I thought it would be fun to have the girls think about it in advance so I made this invitation.  The font is kind of hard to read, but basically

This week we are going to talk about family history. I thought it would be fun to have the girls think about it in advance so I made this invitation. The font is kind of hard to read, but basically

Manners Matter Feast LDS Activity Day, FHE, Primary

Congrats to the cutest Sherry and Kathy on being the winners of my Favorite Things Giveaway! Winners have been contacted and will be receiving all their fun things within the next few weeks. Thank you so, so much for everyone who entered. Stay tuned for more fun giveaways in the future! My Mom is seriously the cutest, most creative lady I know. If you've followed this blog for any amount of time you probably already know that. She is currently serving as an Activity Day Leader in her ward…

She also came up with a really fun idea of building Temples out of marshmallows. Description from pearceonearth.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

For Family Home Evening on Monday, Jennifer did the lesson on Temples, why they’re important, and how we can be worthy to enter them. She also came up with a really fun idea of building Templ…

Donut Forget to Pray YW lesson Church of Christ LDS handout and ideas

How can I make prayers more meaningful? If you don't know that I love donuts yet, I think I might be doing something wrong. ;) I just think they are so cute-it's just a bonus they are fun to eat too! So that I hadn't used donuts yet in a lesson or handout was pretty shocking to me. So I decided to change that! And this YW lesson topic was perfect for that! I want the girls to get use to writing in their journals so I encouraged them to take them out right at the starting of class and write…