Tag Archive: good choices
This handout was submitted by Kristy T. She says: “I created this as a handout a while back for an RS lesson. The way it works is for each of the 4 wellness categories (body, mind, heart, and spirit) you pick aspects of your life that are important to you; so for body it might be sleep, exercise, nutrition. Then you rank yourself on how well you’re doing for each…
This is a black and white coloring page/mirror sign with an image of the CTR Shield, along with the text “I will Choose the Right”. Cut out the inside of the shield, and invite each child to tape it on a bathroom mirror, so that the child can be reminded each time they look in the mirror to Choose the Right. Instructions are included on the page, inside the shield….
This is a worksheet for YW Lesson 24 from Young Women Manuel 3. You can use this in the lesson to either have the YW complete individually or as a group. The pictures were found in Yahoo Pictures and the format of the table is out of the lesson.
Here are a few ideas to help supplement the “Sharing Time” outline. This is specifically for Jan of 2012 all about “Agency Is the Gift to Choose for Ourselves” This is for weeks 1&2
This great FHE lesson was submitted by Kristy T. She says, “My husband Brent did this for FHE this week and the kids LOVED it, and I felt impressed to share it. So I got up at 5:00 a.m. this morning to put it together.” This lesson uses object lessons and handouts relating to staircases (included) to demonstrate that when we make good decisions, we progress, and when we make…
Submitted by Tawny C, this handout has the poem about which guide we should use to make choice about media: the Book of Mormon or the TV Guide. 4 per page, color
This handout was submitted by Lindsay S. It has some quotes and a goal-setting blank for making plans to live a healthy lifestyle. Targeted at women and young women. Color, 1 per page.
Tawna C. submitted this popular story to teach the importance of being selective about what we allow in our media. The handout goes with the story. Brownies With a Difference Many parents are hard pressed to explain to their youth why some music, movies, books, and magazines are not acceptable material for them to bring into the home or to listen to or see. One parent came up with an…
RegrettiOs: No virtue added! This cute visual aid was submitted by Diane G. Glue the labels to a tomato sauce can. This high res image is nearly 4 MB, so be patient when downloading. 3 per page, color.