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Gift of Myself

This is a sharing time idea based loosely on the December 1990 Friend Article Give Yourself Away”. Preparation Print or photocopy the box pattern onto cardstock. Before your sharing time activity, take pictures with a digital camera of the children in your class. (You may want to begin taking pictures several weeks ahead to ensure that children who may miss a few days during the holidays can receive an ornament….
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Pioneer Wagon Craft

I made this fun craft printable from an idea one of my children brought home from school. Basically, it is a covered wagon (viewed from the rear) with a hole in the middle that shows scenes the pioneers may have seen while traveling from Winter Quarters to Salt Lake. You turn the wheel, and you’ll follow the journey across rivers, through the plains, in the heat and rain, over the…
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Super Fast and Easy Family Home Evening Lesson Book Craft

A million years ago in Riverton, Utah, Kelly P. taught a class on how to make and assemble the Super Fast and Easy Family Home Evening Lesson Book Craft during an Enrichment Meeting I attended. She based her craft on a book she had used for years with her boys. It contains 30 ready-made FHE lessons with objects–perfect for those busy days when planning a family night lesson seems like…
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Visiting Teaching Reminder Magnets

Anna R. shared this cute document saying: “Please use this, if you’d like. It’s a visiting teaching reminder, 2 sided-magnet fridge magnet. It is designed to stay on your fridge all month, (sort of like a ‘These dishes are dirty/clean’ magnet for the dishwasher.) One side says ‘Do it…’, and the other side says ‘Done!’ The left column on the page is the ‘Do it…’ side of the magnet, and…
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Remember Magnets

These magnets were given out as part of a stake Relief Society Women’s Conference. They are simple and inexpensive. They have the word “Remember” printed on polka-dotted scrapbooking paper that was glued to a glass bead using clear drying glue. Then a strong magnet was hot glued to the back of the paper to complete the magnets. Click on the links below for lots more Women’s Conference ideas.

Mother’s Day Washcloth Craft

Here’s a Mother’s Day gift idea from one unit. It has the poem: Mom, I know you get discouraged Because I am still very small, And I always leave my Handprints on furniture and walls. So here’s a little handprint You won’t need to wash away, And it’s just the size my hands are On this Mother’s Day. They used puffy paint for both the handprints and the lettering with…
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