Longer post about this later, but I'm trying to make more FHE and Primary coloring pages. Here is my first one, from the Come Follow Me manual subject for Corinthians 8-12: "God Loveth a Cheerful Giver"! Enjoy!
Here is a coloring page border for teaching kids about gratitude and thankfulness! I used this border as my coloring page for my LDS Primary 2: Lesson 24 (I Can Show Gratitude), but I'm sure it has a million other uses, like at Thanksgiving time or for FHE. The Primary lesson also asked that we… Continue reading I Am Thankful Coloring Page Border
You know that feeling when you made all these great goals in January but here's March and wellll....you just aren't on track? Hiiiii! Welcome to the club! But don't worry, I have fifty billion excuses for why I haven't done, like, any of them. Only one or two reasons are legitimate (like, hey, I'm three… Continue reading Personal Prayer and Scripture Study Chart, Plus a Pep Talk on Those Pesky Goals
I know, posting on a Sunday, but I just prepped this, so if you need it, please use it! Just the circles with "Heavenly Father Watches Over Me" text wrapped around the edge. Nothing fancy. Cut them out and hole punch the top for the yarn. They are pretty big, but I teach 4-turning-5 year… Continue reading Primary 2 Lesson 8 Handout
Sometimes we do things on faith, and the answers to "why?" or "is this actually doing anything?" seem like they'll never come, but miracles and blessings can and will come.
When people ask me to summarize my religion, I tell them: I believe in infinite potential. I can't imagine a future in which we disappear forever, or a future where we are stuck within set parameters, never to exceed past a certain point. The idea of godhood make senses to me, under those circumstances. How… Continue reading I’m Starting to Understand How God Feels
I got called to be a Primary teacher a few weeks ago. I don't consider myself much of a teacher. If I'm not reading out of the manual, I'm going of on tangents and trying to teach something deep and meaningful, when, really... ...I teach 4 year olds. As much as it's important to not… Continue reading Choose the Right Handout
We get up and we fight another day, every day. We weather fierce storms of spiritual winds and lightnings and thunderings. We are billowed and blown unless our roots are deep and our convictions are strong...please keep teaching your children the truth. We cannot neglect strengthening their armor. For some of us, that is our current time and season; that is our fight; and it's okay that that's "all it is".