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Scripture Reading Charts for Primary, Seminary, and Young Women.

2016 Scripture Reading Chart – Includes Leap Day

Here is the ever popular Mormon Share scripture reading chart, updated for 2016. Includes Leap Day (Feb 29). This year I added a new, kind of stretched out version that I’m calling “big”.  It fills up the paper more when printed. Also, I learned a new trick in Illustrator, and I’ve outputted the JPG in a higher resolution than in years past.  You should be able to print the JPG…
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Old Testament Required Reading Bookmark

If you thought getting your students to read the Doctrine and Covenants was challenging, did you know that If you took the page count of the Book of Mormon, D&C and New Testament combined, the Old Testament would STILL have more pages?  Luckily your students will only be required to read selected chapters from the Old Testament. Really, it is the best of the best parts of the Old Testament.  It will make the page count about the same size as the Book of Mormon or New Testament. &n […]

Standard Works Scripture Reading Charts

As the summer is approaching I’ve been thinking about goals. One goal of mine is to read the entire Old Testament over the summer. It’s a pretty lofty aspiration, but if I’m focused and organized it’s certainly achievable.

I recently shared my Book of Mormon reading chart, to overwhelming response, and so I got started creating reading charts for all the other standard works. Of course, with 39 books in the Old Testament, the circular design I used would be quite a bit more complicated (though I may have found a way around that—it might just take a while).


Instead I went with a fairly simple design with rows of bubbles. They’re designed the be fairly easy on the eyes, with a clear font and fun colors.


In total there are 6 different charts. Book of Mormon & Doctrine and Covenants, and two each for the Old and New Testament. The first set of Testaments also includes portions of the Pearl of Great Price which are considered extensions of these records. Because of this I didn’t create a Pearl of Great Price chart, but if there’s interest I might consider making one.


The charts come in one .zip file containing 6 PDFs.


Book of Mormon Reading Chart & Goal Setting Chart

One thing I love almost as much as the Book of Mormon itself are creative reading charts. There are SO MANY out there, and there’s just something about an empty chart that entices me to get reading. I literally have an entire Pinterest board devoted to reading charts.


My stake is challenging all of its members to read the Book of Mormon by July 1st, and I must say that I’ve fallen far behind. So I decided to get my creative energy flowing and come up with a reading chart, and I must say I’m pretty proud of the result.


I tried a bunch of different styles, but ultimately decided to make a target-style chart, with a ring for each book. As I was making it, I really liked the idea of a target, because not only is reading the Book of Mormon an important goal to aim for, it also helps us achieve our other goals and keeps us centered on Christ.


I also went back and updated the Book of Mormon goal-setting chart I made a year ago after realizing that it was actually pretty hard to read, and not very cohesive with most of the designs of this website.


You can download PDFs of both charts in either black and white or color.

And as a bonus I made a little handout saying “Don’t Miss the Mark—Read the Book of Mormon” to tie with the idea of aiming at a target, which can hopefully help motivate young women who are working on reading the Book of Mormon.


Download Reading Chart in Color

Download Reading Chart in Black and White

Download Goal Setting Chart in Color

Download Goal Setting Chart in Black and White

Download “Don’t Miss the Mark” Handout

Old Testament Reading Chart to Help Your Students Get a Jump on Things. 

With the end of the seminary school year coming, some of your students have finished reading the Doctrine & Covenants.  The Old Testament is what is coming new year. But unlike the other three books of scripture in Seminary, with the Old Testament year, they only need to read selections.  It is really the best of the best of the Old Testament they will need to read. The attached book mark shows your students what chapters to read, and they can shade it in as they read. Feel free […]

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