This week I have two FREEdownloads for you! They are both about Presidents of the LDS/Mormon Church. They can be used in class, for sharing time, for singing time, for Family Home Evening, or for general use. One has games and activities that can be used to teach about each of the presidents, and the other one is a kit that can be used for all kinds of guessingand matching games. It has pictures, numbers (order of service), facts, names, and signatures for all the presidents, along with suggestions on how to use the kit.
Here’s a FREEdownload for teaching children about temples. It has games and activities to help children understand the purpose and functions of the holy Houses of the Lord. This book was adapted from a theme book and was first introduced as a FREEdownload. It has never been in print.
It’s important for children to understand what temples are for and what happens inside them. Temples are sacred, and some things need to be spoken about only when there, but they are not a secret, and not to be thought of as scary or mysterious.
If you are in a Primary presidency or are a Primary chorister in the LDS Church, Have I got a SALEfor you! I’ve marked most of my books down so they are an even better deal! Most of the print books (of which there are very few left) are marked down about half, and most of the Kindle books are marked down 25%. I say “most of” because the Children’s Programs are not marked down; they cost less in the first place, and sell later in the year, presumably when people are writing their programs. Continue reading →
The end of the year is upon us, and that also means the beginning of next year is imminent! And THAT means holding the annual baptism program for the children who should be getting baptized throughout the year. Continue reading →
Christmas is coming, and I have a couple of FREEgifts for you! Try these for sharing time, classroom, FHE, or anytime. Piccola is a little girl who was very, very good, but her parents were sad because they had no money for a gift. Tell this moving story about a little child’s faith. Continue reading →
I hope you had a great Thanksgiving and are ready for a Merry Christmas! One of the things I loved to do when I was a Primary President was to put up fun and informative bulletin boards. Continue reading →
Do you have a favorite storyteller? One of mine is Oscar Wilde. He was an interesting and controversial figure, but many of his stories contained direct or veiled references to Jesus Christ. Continue reading →
Years ago, someone gave my family a Christmas gift of a story with visual aids called “Teach the Children.” The little felt pieces and story have long since gotten lost, but the story was a family tradition for many years. Continue reading →