Tag Archive: Super Saturday

Family Photo Tree

This was created from the inspiration of my father. When I asked him how to get Young Women excited about their own family history and temple work, he told me that we needed to make a poster with pictures of their ancestors. That way they would see them as real people, very similar to themselves. This is a simple family tree made with scrapbook paper, circle punches, photos (or copies),…
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Relief Society Birthday Dinner Handout

This is a a framed plaque we gave each of our Sisters for our Relief Society Birthday Dinner. We got wood 5 x7 frames at the Dollar store and printed the quote of beige card stock. Then cut out the area for the picture. Printed the picture on photo paper and assembled the plaque.

Super Fast and Easy Family Home Evening Lesson Book Craft

A million years ago in Riverton, Utah, Kelly P. taught a class on how to make and assemble the Super Fast and Easy Family Home Evening Lesson Book Craft during an Enrichment Meeting I attended. She based her craft on a book she had used for years with her boys. It contains 30 ready-made FHE lessons with objects–perfect for those busy days when planning a family night lesson seems like…
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Visiting Teaching Reminder Magnets

Anna R. shared this cute document saying: “Please use this, if you’d like. It’s a visiting teaching reminder, 2 sided-magnet fridge magnet. It is designed to stay on your fridge all month, (sort of like a ‘These dishes are dirty/clean’ magnet for the dishwasher.) One side says ‘Do it…’, and the other side says ‘Done!’ The left column on the page is the ‘Do it…’ side of the magnet, and…
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Keeping Christ in Christmas

We made up this skit for Super Saturday 2009 followed by a Christmas song. The skit reminds us in a humorous way of the things we can do to keep Christ in Christmas. A lot of people in our area are bilingual so the “mas”at the beginning of the play goes in Christmas. You can insert names of people in your ward to personalize it.

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