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  • Kinzi Jones

    Popcorn FHE

  • Rocio Martinez

    Popcorn Family Home Evening Activity and handouts. One pinner said: One of the most fun fhe's we've had in a long time. I had to pin it so we could do it again:-)

  • Nichole Lowe

    Popcorn Family Home Evening to share with those you visit teach

  • Heather Fauver

    This is actually a family home evening idea, complete with free printables. It could also be used in Young Women's.

  • Jennifer Miner

    Family Home Evening: Parable of the Popcorn activity and handouts. She has great ideas for visiting teaching and YWs too.

  • Stacy Guerrero

    Great "Popcorn family games" idea to put with the microwave popcorn appreciation idea (see other post on this same board)

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Great YWs activity idea! We did popcorn where each leader brought a recipe. Some were pre-made and others were quickies. Try this: melt white chocolate chips, pour over popcorn. Quickly add craisins and walnuts. Stir like your life depended on it. Let cool for a few minutes. Devour!

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ayearoffhe.blogsp... FHE lesson "Heavenly Father Blesses Us". Put a container of water and an empty cup on a tray. Have the children take turns naming blessings and putting spoonfuls of water in the cup until the cup is filled to overflowing. Explain that Heavenly Father has given us so many blessings that we can overflow with love, just like the cup overflowed with water.

Not endorsing Mormonism- just like their family evening ideas. ;)