Print out the pages, cut out the strips, and place them in a jar or small box. When you’re in need of a quick Family Home Evening lesson, pull one out, and voila! I think FHE-in-a-jar would make a great visit-teaching or home teaching gift, or even an LDS Young Women or LDS Primary activity (have the children cut out the strips and decorate the jar or box). – Jenny
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Angela D. shared this handout that is a double sided handout. Cut it in half and then fold it to make handouts. Thanks! 2 per page, 8.5 x 11 inches, color.
M’Shelle D. shared this document that would make a nice Baptism gift, especially from the Primary. Simply glue one old penny and one new penny where there’s space left. For more impact, M’Shelle suggests framing the gift. (You’ll find inexpensive frames at most dollar stores — Dollar Tree is my favorite. ~Jenny) 1 per page, 8.5 x 11 inches, black and white. ——- My Baptism Day WE MAKE THREE PROMISES…
The words, “The greatest gift I could give to you,is for you to see yourself the way that I do,” are found underneath an image of the Savior on this handout by Mary M. 4 per page, black and white.
This idea for a teenager’s baptism talk was submitted by Shay. It’s a little too complicated for use at a child’s baptism, but it makes a great object lesson talk for older people. 2 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches, black and white.