FREE Printable of “You’ve Stolen a Pizza my Heart” Valentines for Kids to pass out to their classmates.
I left room at the bottom for your child to write their name on it. My kids are passing these out this year and we are attaching Gummi Pizza’s on each card.
Just print them out on regular size paper (8.5×11). They look best on Cardstock paper.
I went to Amazon to buy these Gummi Pizza’s to attach to the cards
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I’ve recently gotten into colorizing family history photos, and I’ve been wanting to do a series on Prophets. It’d be cool to start a colorized church history reddit, dontcha think? Anyway, this is the first image I’ve done. It’s Wilford Woodruff, third prophet-president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormons), who […]
When I was a brand new, full time seminary teacher I went to a training meeting. I was eager for it. One of the men doing the training had set up, on the table in front of him, a stack of all of the resources available to us as teachers. There were res…
By JOLLY ROGERS Our New Beginnings theme was “Embark Airlines” – this idea of a pretend flight has been used in a variety of ways in different organizations over the years, and others have done this same thing this year to go along with our youth theme, so I am borrowing heavily from many sources […]
By Kristin We are making these cute sailboat invitations for our New Beginnings this year. You can download a pdf of the invite here, and pull the pdf into Photoshop or some other editing software to enter your own date and time info, or simply handwrite the info in. Go here to see a video […]
By LDS Scripture Teachings Lydia Goldthwaite was born on June 9, 1812, in Sutton, Massachusetts. Lydia was the third of twelve children born to the Goldthwaites during their time in Massachusetts and later New York. In the fall of 1828 Lydia married Calvin … Continue reading → Read More
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Sheena Perron) A few months ago I shared this idea on Sugardoodle to celebrate the launch of her new website. But I never shared it on my blog, so today I am sharing my Personal Progress Jars idea with all of you.These jars would be a great gift to make for new Beehives […]
These jars would be a great gift to make for new Beehives or do this as a mutual activity. I did this as a mutual activity for the beehives and we had a great time.
I hope you enjoy my Personal Progress Jar as well as the YW in your ward.
Have a wonderful day and thanks for stopping by!
You've got a computer or file cabinet full of great ideas you've collected over the years from past callings, right? So did we! In 2003, Jenny Smith began sharing her ideas online for LDS teachers and leaders. She hoped members of her home branch in Mississippi would benefit from the activities she was hearing about in areas where the church was more established. She also began sharing her lesson handouts so that teachers didn't have to re-invent the wheel.
After seeing that the demand for these helps was huge, Jenny, working with her husband Jared, responded by creating the first ever database of LDS clipart and handouts. Soon followed the first and largest database of object lessons, the first ever database of Primary Talks, the first database of Scripture Mastery games, the first ever database driven helps for every lesson in the (old) Young Women and Primary manuals (now deprecated), and most recently, the first ever database of gospel teaching techniques. These databases grew with Jenny's own work and with the generous contributions of users like you.
Believing that gospel information should be shared freely and generously, the files and ideas on Jenny's websites can be downloaded for free -- no registration or payment required.