Spiritual Summer BINGO

On the last day of school, as we were driving home, my children excitedly handed me their Summer Reading Lists. They were so excited to read the books on the list, and I was even more excited for them to read because it meant less time sitting watching TV or playing electronics. As we sat their talking about their reading lists I had a thought/idea come to my mind. We see all kinds of summer reading lists, but I have… Read more »

4th of July Sparkler Thank You Tags

I don’t think you can ever thank someone enough for their service, especially when it comes to church callings, so today I am sharing a cute 4th of July Sparkler Thank You Tag that you could use to say ‘Thank You’ to that awesome Primary teacher, Relief Society teacher, the Young Women in your ward, or a friend! I can’t take full credit for this cute idea because the idea came from the awesome Primary Presidency Facebook group that I have mentioned… Read more »

CTR Fidget Spinners

Hi! It’s Chrissy from Teepee Girl and I am so excited to share these CTR Fidget Spinners with you! My girls and I have quite the collection of DIY fidget spinners, and we are loving them! They cost pennies to make (literally, ha!), come together pretty quickly, and are a super fun craft project! There are two fidget spinner sizes on the printable. The bigger one is perfect for my 8 & 9-year-old daughters, but is too big for my… Read more »

LDS Scripture Cards

Hi friends! It’s Marissa from Prickly Pear Design Co. These scripture cards are great for adding truth and light to every day and are perfect for Young Women or Relief Society sisters. Not too long ago, I was washing dishes and listening to talks from past General Conferences. I ran across a talk, The Power of Scripture, by Elder Richard G. Scott. His words spoke to my soul, especially since President Monson instructed us to read our scriptures during this last… Read more »

Hi, friend! It’s Chrissy from Teepee Girl and I am so excited to share this free Article of Faith Bingo game with you! Bingo is one of our favorite games. It’s easy, fun, and simple enough that my older kids can play it by themselves. My oldest two girls are in Activity Days and they are trying to learn the Articles of Faith. I thought it would be so fun to make an Article of Faith Bingo game to help them… Read more »

I promised to post another thank you gift idea soon so here is one. 🙂 Primary can be a little crazy at times so this LDS Primary ‘Kit Kat’ Thank You Gift Idea is a great way to thank primary teachers or subs. Give Me A Break! Primary teachers worldwide would agree that they sometimes they could use a break! The gift tag says “You Deserve a Break! Thanks for Helping in Primary.”  I have also included a generic version that says “You… Read more »

General Conference Study Sheets

I have this amazing friend, Danielle. Each week she is stuck in the car with me for 2 hours as we drive to and from our weekly ‘Gathering’ for Pathway (haven’t heard of Pathway, check it out HERE!). For two hours we talk about all kinds of things. A few weeks ago she shared something with me that her Religion teacher shared with her, and she told me I needed to make a printable. Her teacher had shared a great system… Read more »

April 2017 General Conference Study Guide

Just a few weeks ago we had the opportunity to be uplifted and edified as we listened to General Conference. For a few years now I have created a study guide that you can use to help you study the talks over the next 6 months, as we are instructed to do by our Prophet. Today I am finally sharing my April 2017 General Conference Study Guide! I also shared  some great note taking sheets that you could use as… Read more »

Hello again, I am Shannon, Sheena’s sister. Sheena asked me to post my family history census and family group sheets, so that’s what I’m sharing today. More than 10 years ago, I had several promptings that I needed to begin researching my family history. Our mother’s parents joined the church when our mother was young and our father joined the church shortly before he and our mother were married. As you can imagine there is a lot of work that… Read more »

Principles of Peace Study Card

The Prince of Peace Easter campaign from Mormon.org begins this Sunday, April 9th. Part of the campaign is to focus on eight principles to honor Jesus Christ and find His peace in your life. I created a great countdown activity and journal that you could do as a family, but I decided to also create a simple Prince of Peace Study Card that you could keep beside your bed, in your scriptures, on your fridge, or anywhere really, to help you study… Read more »