I  I LOVE when others share their great ideas and hard work. A few weeks ago a wonderful sister named Liberty Vollmer contacted me about my Faith in God cards.

I answered her question and then a few days later she emailed me a spreadsheet that she had come up with to track the Girls’ and Boys’ achievements.

Faith in God Tracking Sheets

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 She’s included a tracking sheet for Girls and one for Boys.

Each tracking sheet is 2 pages. And the thing I love about these tracking sheets is it includes everything!

When we made our large tracking sheet (we hung it up in the Primary room) ours only had the ‘Learning & Living the Gospel,’ ‘Serving Others,’ ‘Developing Talents,’ & ‘Preparing for YM/YW.’

But Liberty’s has everything that the children need to do before they’re 12, like:

Pray Daily

Read Scriptures

Attend Sacrament/Primary

Articles of Faith

Writing their Testimony

and more!

PLUS

All the other requirements in the 4 required areas.

Are you in need of a little organization help with Faith in God, then you’ll definitely want to print these tracking sheets out.

Thank you so much Liberty for your hard work and for sharing your wonderful tracking sheets!

sheena

9 thoughts on “Faith in God Tracking Sheets: From Liberty Vollmer

  1. Tracy Lay

    I can’t seem to download the spreadsheet for the boys.
    can you send it directly to my email.
    Thank you for your wonderful ideas!

  2. Stephanie

    Thanks so much for sharing! Under the “serving others” section, I noticed that there’s a requirement that says “quarterly activity,” but I can’t find that in the FIG booklet. Do you know what that requirement is? I’m just trying to make sure I have all of my bases covered. 🙂

    1. littleldsideas Post author

      Hi Stephanie! I know the booklets used to require the children to help out with a quarterly activity, but quarterly activities have been done away with. The requirement was in the booklet for a long time, but they must have updated them. I’m glad that they did because we had so many children ask if the could help plan a quarterly activity. 🙂

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