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Family Home Evening Fix-Up - free printable to help you improve your weekly family home evenings

List of best family home evening resources, games, ideas, etc from

FHE Idea based on Boyd K Packer's talk about hidden snakes

Family Home Evening Lesson's to help Primary-Age Children

'Babies ruin bodies' | Deseret News. Amazing and beautiful perspective!

Family Scripture Study Idea



Fun Sticks - 150 Fun things for kids to do -- I love how she stuck in "clean the floor" and "pick up the toy room". It would be fun to gather the kids and come up with this together.

List of best family home evening resources, games, ideas

FHE for children age 0-5.

Teenage cell phone contract. I wish more people would do this...and follow it themselves! For YEARS down the road :) Keep for later!!! So important! A lot of these rules should be used by adults!

I am in LOVE with this quote.

Preparing your kids for the adult world. Hmmm. Something to think about. I would definitely make some changes.

Tons of ideas for how to survive a road trip with kids. Some of these are sheer brilliance. Good for future reference

148 Romantic Date Night Ideas for Married Couples148 date night ideas! Love them!

Anniversary ideas for each year of marriage. So many fun ideas!I Includes the list of traditional/modern gifts for each year. {always a big help!}

*30 Ways to Raise Confident Kids! Every one is important! Start early when they're young. Great tips!

"Technology Tickets". Each Sunday give the kids 10 tickets. Each ticket = 30 minutes of t.v., game system, computer, etc. Tickets can be used consecutively, but when they are out they are out for the week. Loss of ticket for consequences - talking back, fighting, etc.

  • Tina Bowker
    Tina Bowker

    My kids are already so limited in how much tech time they have but I like the idea of it being tangible to earn...they certainly don't need 5 hours per week.

Love this for the summer: Mom puts together lists under five different categories - Oh the Food we will Eat, Oh the Service that can be Done, Oh the Places we will Go, Oh the Crafts we will Make, and Oh the Activities we will Do; every Sunday, as a family, they plan out the week w/activities from the lists.

101 indoor activities for kids!

free date ideas that i actually like

5 Things Fathers should teach their boys

EVERYBODY SHOULD PIN THIS TO SAVE FOR WHEN THE TIME COMES :) The truth about Santa - this letter is inspiring. Don't want to forget this when the time comes! (This made me tear up...what a beautiful mom!)