Tag Archive: scripture mastery

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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D&C Scripture Mastery Memorization Aid by Jay F

Jay says, “These are … some scripture mastery images I drew for my teachers this year to help the students memorize the verses. The pdfs contain versions with text and without. … The feedback has been very strong both from my teachers and also those in other areas. “If you feel like these could be a useful resource, please feel free to share them. Consider this email as permission to…
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Book of Mormon Doctrinal Mastery 8.5×11 Posters

FREE 2017 Book of Mormon Doctrinal Mastery 8.5×11 posters with reference and rhyme (example: A testimony then – Moroni 10), and key doctrinal statement. The color on the reference corresponds to the doctrines as follows: gray-Acquiring Spiritual Knowledge, purple-Godhead, light blue-Plan of Salvation, red-Atonement of Jesus Christ, green-Restoration, brown-Prophets and Revelation, yellow-Priesthood and Priesthood Keys, orange-Ordinances and Covenants, pink-Marriage and Family, blue-Commandments. Color Key included. The posters are pdf files…
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Skateboards and Scriptures

This idea was posted on Facebook by Thomas Mark OlsenI took his idea and off I went to plan and set up the details for a super fun Scripture Mastery activity.Who knew…Skateboards and Scriptures would be so fun together!!!(On another note, this may be…

Heads Up

I just had a great idea for a SM game! My students love playing a game on their phones called “Heads Up”. I just figured out that you can create customisable decks, so I created a deck with the SM references on them. It tests SM both ways – one student (or more) needs to be able to describe the SM from the reference, while the other, holding the phone to their head, needs to be able to guess the reference from the description.
Great idea! Love this game!
I can’t wait to surprise my students with it tomorrow!
So where do you find yours or do we have to do all ourselves! ?
Cool—-can you provide technical assisstance
We LOVE that game. I never even thought about making my own SM deck! Thanks :)
NICE!!!!!!! Great idea, thanks for the tip.
Uhh, little miss tech challenged here…is it an app for your phone?
Yes!! I love this game and have it. Can’t wait to do this!
Just buy the phone app called “Heads Up”, then get the in-app purchase to design your own deck. Once you have that it is really easy, choose the ‘design your own deck’, type in the SM references in at a time, choose a picture for your deck if you like, and you’re done! It cost me 79p to buy the app and 79p for the in-app purchase – UK (I believe it is 99c each USA)
Apple Store UK link: Heads Up! by Warner Bros. appsto.re/gb/rq0kL.i
How fun! Thanks for the idea!
I don’t love to purchase apps, but my kids just may “wake up” for this one! Buying And making! Thanks!!? : )
I LOVE this idea!
Thank you for sharing this!!
ha! I have 2 kids out of 25 in the class with smart phones. some of my kids have no phone & no computer.
Nanette Rasband Hilton, you only need it on your own phone to use in class. One phone with the game set up on it will work for the whole group.
i love this idea but i cannot find how to buy the make-it-yourself part. please help
Kathleen Stancliffe, open the app and scroll down. In the section titled “More Decks” you will find one called “Build Your Own Deck.” When you click on it, it will ask you for your apple ID/password.
thanks Jeanne Gilmore Merrell, but there is not one titled that – i guess my problem may be i don’t have an iphone? i downloaded the app and it gave me 35 games but nothing anywhere says “build your own deck” ;(
We’ve played something similar – not an app but a real game called Hedbandz – get a partner and put a SM card up on your forehead and ask questions til you guess which one it is. Fun and easy!
Thanks RaNae Shoaf
Nannette, you’re very fortunate. All 30 of my students have smart phones. We had to ban electronic devices from seminary because of constant texting and game playing.
@ Jim yes, my kids loose ‘breakfast points’ for the whole class if they have their phones out during class–peer pressure to keep the few who are addicted to their phones focused. I don’t allow any electronics in class–only printed scriptures.

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#scripturemastrey Anyone have a clue to remember the key phrase and reference to these scriptures? D&C 6:36 and D&C 25:13
My class has really enjoyed the “mad fans” cards.
Ever heard the joke “Why is 6 afraid of 7?” – “Because 7 8 9!”
Well 6 no longer has to fear…
D&C:6 Look up, God will fix. D&C: 25 Covenants alive. These come from the SM Magic Square.
Six in French sounds like “cease”; D&C 6: cease doubt. 25: keep covenants alive
We say: “Doctrine & Covenants section 6…doubt not, fear nix.” For 25 we say, “Doctrine & Covenants 25…cleave to your covenants so you can thrive.” They work like a charm! Love, love, love SMs.
I point out that the reference 6:36 is like a face. The sixes are eyes that remind us to look unto Christ. The 3 is a nose.
Hey I was just going to say what Lydia said! That’s what we do. Also, Keeping covenants helps you be clean in D&CD 25:13.
My kids came up with D&C6 Jesus Christ will fix and D&C 25 Keep your covenants alive.
Thoughts on Christ affix. D&C section Six. Then 25:13 my kids came up with on average people make a marriage covenant at 25 or they said the 13 looks like a hand cleaving to the iron rod.
If we don’t cleave unto the covenants, we won’t make it to our 25th anniversary. The 13 Articles of Faith help us do that.
Brilliant! Thanks all!
One of my students pointed out there was a street sign that said something like “drive 25 – keep kids alive” Great for D&C 25 “Keep Covenants alive”

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