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free #printables of the Articles of Faith to help your family memorize them - these are gorgeous! all 13 included | #lds #mormon

As I Take the Sacrament - going to put this in our Sunday bag

Increasing reverence in Primary

Burying our weapons Family Home Evening - "We all have different 'weapons' that we sometimes make mistakes and use to keep peace from being in our home."

Fun Recipes: Brass Plates Treats from The Living Scriptures

Fifth Sunday Fun, Prophets from the scriptures come to visit!

CTR printables. Bookmark, 4x6 print, Poster. Could any of these work for a Candy bar wrap for a baptism gift? Gonna see.....

Primary Birthday Blocks

Today's Fabulous Finds: Interchangeable Photo/Quote/Recipe Block

Article of Faith Tracking Chart

Free bookmarks for the 2014 Primary Theme "Families are Forever"

Encourage service and good behavior with these Printable Punch Cards - great for use at home or in the classroom! #printable #valentines from www.sisterssuitca...

Made these for my Primary class-- they get to choose ONE. :) Keep the Command-mints (Orange Tic Tacs); Never End Your Day Scriptureless (Nerds); Chews the Right Gum (Watermelon Extra). I simply printed the front "label" and glued it to the original package.

Happy Clean Living: Priesthood Preview ideas and Welcome to Y/W Ideas.

Priesthood preview. Excellent ideas and summary

something wilde: crafts (WOULD BE CUTE PRIMARY CHRISTMAS GIFTS TO THE CHILDREN) Ornament. Put I am a Child of God for 2013

2014 Primary Talks - are you kidding me? Short theme appropriate talks for each week for the kids who are unprepared. I'm totally printing this out and sticking it in the binder.

Article of Faith Punch Cards for 2014

2014 PRIMARY POSTERS + Yearly theme + 3x4 cards + Binder Cover

Just Another Idea: 2014 Primary Theme/Scripture Cards

Each time a student BLURTS out loud without raising hand they have to take one down. Last person to have all 3 gets rewarded!--I've seen this implemented in a first grade classroom with a lot of success!