Tag Archive: thankfulness

Goodbye / Thank You Gift For Leaders

Downloaded from: http://ldsywideasandactivities.blogspot.com/2013/07/goodbye-thank-you-gift-for-leaders.html Its been a while since I’ve posted anything new, but I have a good reason – I promise! I was recently released as the 1st Counselor in our Ward Young Women Presidency – and called as our Ward Young Women President! So I’ve been brainstorming, praying, and planning like crazy. I will start updating the blog with new ideas as we go along. One thing that I…
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Fathers Day Pie Day!

Downloaded from: http://ldsywideasandactivities.blogspot.com/2013/06/fathers-day-pie-day.html We recently we had our 2nd annual Pies for Fathers Day – just like last year, it was a big success, and I think we will continue this tradition for a while! Instead of passing out a candy bar or something like that at the end of Sacrament meeting, our ward does something a little different. On the Saturday before Fathers Day, each of the classes met…
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I am thankful for ________: Coloring Page

This is a black and white coloring page sign with a square frame with rounded edges, along with the text “I am thankful for ________”. Also includes space for the child’s name and the date. This picture could be used as a Primary Sharing Time or class activity for each child to draw a picture things they are thankful for. Would also make a good activity page for a lesson…
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Gratitude Activities

1. Learn the songs “Thank Thee, Father,” “I Love to Pray,” and “Can a Little Child Like Me?” (Children’s Songbook, pp. 24, 25, and 9 respectively). Have the children name the blessings they are thankful for that are mentioned in the songs. Write the blessings on separate cards. Pass a card (or cards) to each class and have the children draw pictures of each blessing. Then sing the songs again…
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Pop Quiz

Object Lesson

During my second year of nursing school, our professor gave us a pop quiz. I breezed through the questions until I read the last one: “What is the first name of the janitor who cleans the school?” Surely this was some kind of joke. I had seen the cleaning woman several times, but how could I know her name? I handed in my paper, leaving the last question blank. Before…
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