Tag Archive: LDS Primary

How to Play Froggy Murder

how to play froggy murder

My cousin taught me how to play Froggy Murder at a family reunion.  Froggy Murder doesn’t take any set up, and it’s a fun activity you can use to fill up time at the end of a Wednesday evening or camp activity.  All ages can play the game, and it’s lots of fun to see how dramatically people act out when they’re dead. Variation of: Wink Murder Safer form of:…
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Thank You for the Primary Presentation

Last year our Young Women group made little awards for the kids who participated in the Primary Presentation.  This year we are doing the same thing, and I made little Thank You slips for the girls to color. This slip says, “Thank you for teaching us to choose the right during the Primary Presentation!”  On the ones I did for our ward, I also added “Love, Hartwood Young Women”.  You…
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D&C 58:42 memorization chart

Good Morning, I just created the following flip chart to be used with Lesson 10, “Jesus Made Repentance Possible” from the Family Home Evening Resource Book.  It is a memorization chart for the scripture D&C 58:42.  It begins with all of the words being shown on the paper, and as you flip to each of the subsequent pages, a couple of the words are taken away.  The final page shows…
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Priesthood Preview idea

Hello! I have used so many of your great ideas in lessons or activities I thought that maybe one of my ideas could be helpful for someone, somewhere. I teach the 11-year old boys in Primary. I love my calling! A few months ago, I was asked to speak at the “Priesthood Preview”. That’s where the boys and their parents come to learn more about receiving the Priesthood. I searched…
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Daddy/Daughter “Tee”

Shared by Kristine H This was an idea I borrowed from another AC chair in Lewiston, Idaho – thanks Judy C.! This would work for a YW, Activity Day Girls or other Daddy/Daughter event. For this activity, we created a miniature golf course at the ward.  9 teams of dads/daughters created holes from household items that were easy enough for anyone to play (18 months and older).  Each hole was in different rooms at the church.  All family teams were…
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