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Kids - Church & Quiet Activities

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Kids - Church & Quiet Activities

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Idea for closing book

Волшебный мир Аннабель: развивающая книжка

magic-annabelle.blogspot.ru

Having a good quiet bag or a church bag can mean the difference between both you and your child enjoying the meeting, or a LOT of grief.

Quiet Bags - Pulling Curls

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Sacrament Meeting ....quiet activities for young children

Latter-Day Chatter: Sunday Box

latterdaychatter.blogspot.ca

Awesome File folder LDS kids games for Sacrament Meeting

File Folder Downloads

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Free Printable Sacrament Books

Dream Crafter: Free Printable Sacrament Books

adreamcrafter.com

The Quiet Book Blog: The Quiet Book Pattern Directory @Kali Kerr Everton Romney

DIY Plantable Felt Garden Box

CARRINHOS by Rita Alentejana - Feltra-me histórias, via Flickr

Memory Match Game busy/quiet book tutorial and lots more!!

Fun Quiet Book ideas!

make a dry-erase book your kids will love! include coloring pages, workbook pages, blank pages, word games and mazes, etc. put them in page protectors and then put them all in a binder. dry erase crayons are key - they're washable! check out this tutorial for some great tips and great links for coloring & activity pages. | www.livecrafteat.com

DIY Dry Erase Activity Book For Kids | Live Craft Eat

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Felt food

The Quiet Book Blog= AMAZING!!!

The 12 disciples -- print and laminate with magnet paper

quiet book

Popsicle stick puzzle. SO cute! :) so much easier than little pieces at church

Popsicle Stick Puzzles - Bits of Everything

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Harry Potter Quiet Book!!!!

DISNEY COLORING PAGES - always in need of these!

Printable doodle pages - -very fun and keeps kids busy.

Genius! Felt cupcakes...perfect quiet time toy. And no reason you can't make felt pizza or something too. Good for fine motor development and creativity.

Bible/ Book of Mormon printable people to make magnets, puppets, felt boards, etc.