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  • BabyZone

    Craving candy gumballs.

  • Whitney Denton

    FHE: Agency Pinner noted: (the activity for this is the "Thimble Game" which my family played when I was growing up. It was always a favorite of our family.)

  • Jane B

    FHE Free Agency Lesson~ One of the greatest gifts our Heavenly Father has given us is the power to choose. With that power, we show Him what our hearts really desire.

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    This Has lifted my spirits A lot on a not so great day..... LOVE seeing all of our church things EVERYWHERE.... It brought tears to my eyes♄

teaching lds children - lesson plans on gospel topics - maybe more appropriate for reading/writing aged kids.

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Make something like this (but for seminary...not primary). As a reminder that the age limit for missions is closer!

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Printables and lessons for FHE and other things

FHE printables - or Primary sharing time

If The Savior Stood Beside me - Verse Three - this site also has ideas for the other verses and other songs too!

Build A Temple - FHE Activity. this is a free printable. could be used for a lesson about tithing (a great tithing bank) or eternal families (put hearts in to represent ways we can strengthen our family)