This scripture mastery tracking form has columns for each of the scripture mastery passages plus space for student names. It’s formatted to span 2 pages across and as many pages down as needed. Space for a full classroom of students.
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2014 Doctrine and Covenants Scripture Mastery Posters in 8.5×11 pdf format include the reference, rhyme, and keywords. The section goes with the rhyme written in black lettering (i.e. 3 Heavens not just 1 – D&C 131), and the key words are in the cursive gray lettering.
2014 Doctrine and Covenants Scripture Mastery Posters in 8.5×11 pdf format include the reference, rhyme, and keywords. The section goes with the rhyme written in black lettering (i.e. Do good, don’t wait – D&C 58), and the key words are in the cursive gray lettering.
Here’s the pride cycle of the Nephites with the way of breaking free from it (remembering God) from Helaman 11-12. I’m using this handout for students to fill out the center portion with ways they can remember God and avoid pride.
My fabulous friend, Jaime, is a convert to the church and has always wanted to go to Temple Square in Salt Lake City. So, when she finally saw it for the first time her excitment couldn’t be contained. Luckily I captured it in this photo! When I see her jump for joy at merely the sight of the temple, I’m reminded of how I should feel EVERYTIME I see and/or…
Study what the sons of Mosiah did to be successful missionaries; relate that to the students’ preparation for full-time missionary service.
Here is the 2014 scripture reading chart reading “I have read the scriptures every day in 2014”! Enjoy! With or without scripture image. Also available as a plain 2 per page version.
Use these wordstrips to help students see the relationships between Lehi and other writers mentioned through the Book of Omni.
This file can be used to have students summarize For example: “Imagine you are Enos. What would you tweet about your experience with prayer.” or “Imagine you are one of the shepherds who saw angels at Christ’s birth. What would you tweet?” You can even ask students to draw a picture they may have snapped to go along with the tweet.
I made this study booklet for my class’ study of Jacob 5 over this weekend. It has a list of things that I think will make study of this difficult chapter easier for my students. It includes a list of symbols and their likely meaning. It includes information on some botanical aspects of olive tree production. It includes a list of assignments to help students delve more deeply into the…
Here is a poster my husband and I put together for Young Women in Excellence. We are doing a “Bee” theme to honor some girls who earned their “Honor Bees.” Also fits in with the 2014 Youth Theme, Moroni 10:32. Enjoy! Print, download, change, whatever. xo, Liz