Tag Archive: family history

Heritage handout and quotes

I am 15 yrs old, and each of the young women in our ward are paired into teams to teach. My team’s lesson for this month is the one on heritage. After looking at several other people’s handouts online, I created one that I think is fabulous. It has several quotes, one from Jeffrey R Holland, and the other from Elaine Cannon. I included some of the basics ideas and…
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Jesus Christ Family History Skit

Shared by Kristina M: “We did an activity focused on Family History, but we decided to do it with a twist.  The kids practiced and then acted out the “Family History Tree of Jesus.”  It was fun for the kids to learn stories from the Old and New Testament – but to make the connection that all those stories have to do with Jesus’ Family Tree made an impact. It…
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I love to see the temple

My fabulous friend, Jaime, is a convert to the church and has always wanted to go to Temple Square in Salt Lake City.  So, when she finally saw it for the first time her excitment couldn’t be contained.  Luckily I captured it in this photo!  When I see her jump for joy at merely the sight of the temple, I’m reminded of how I should feel EVERYTIME I see and/or…
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Family Photo Tree

This was created from the inspiration of my father. When I asked him how to get Young Women excited about their own family history and temple work, he told me that we needed to make a poster with pictures of their ancestors. That way they would see them as real people, very similar to themselves. This is a simple family tree made with scrapbook paper, circle punches, photos (or copies),…
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Family History Scavenger Hunt

The purpose of this activity is for members to familiarize themselves with the New FamilySearch (nFS) web site (new.FamilySearch.org) while they explore their family tree. The questions range in difficulty and subject matter. They are designed to introduce the nFS site, to help members learn about their progenitors and to spark interest in future, continued research. There are many ways this handout could be used. Here are a few suggestions:…
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