Holy Ghost Sharing Time May 2017

Sharing Time Idea from the 2017 Outline Identify the doctrine (seeing an object lesson): Have a child stand by the door. Blindfold the child, and have him or her try to find his or her chair and sit down without any help. Repeat the activity, but this time ask another child to guide the blindfolded child by touching his or her arm and leading the way. Discuss with the children why it was easier for the child to find the… Read more »

Repentance Sharing Time Idea

Every first Sunday of the month a Bishopric member is in charge of Sharing Time in our Ward. After I shared my ideas for this week’s Sharing Time, here, my husband told me that he was teaching this week. We started talking about the idea in the outline, and other possible ideas. We both loved the idea in the outline, so I started sharing different ideas that he could do. We both liked the ideas, so I decided to share… 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 »

Repentance Sharing Time Ideas

Sharing Time Ideas from the 2017 Outline Encourage understanding (participating in an object lesson):Give each child a pebble. Ask the children to put the pebble in their shoe, and invite them to stand and walk. Ask the children how it feels to walk with a pebble in their shoe. Ask how sin is like the pebble. (It doesn’t feel good; it makes us unhappy.) Have them remove the pebble, and ask how repenting and receiving Heavenly Father’s forgiveness is like… Read more »

April 2017 Week 4 Sharing Time Idea

Sharing Time Idea from the 2017 Outline Encourage understanding (singing a song and making choices): Sing “I Feel My Savior’s Love” (CS, 74–75). Write several case studies that illustrate how a child could follow one of Christ’s teachings. Also include a scripture reference where that teaching can be found. Below are some examples. ‱ Sara had asked her younger sister not to use her crayons, but her sister used them anyway. To be like Jesus, Sara could: a. Get angry… Read more »

April 2017 Easter Sharing Time Idea

Sharing Time Idea from the 2017 Outline Identify the doctrine (singing a song): Sing “Choose the Right Way” (CS, 160–61), and ask half of the children to listen for how we can be happy and the other half to listen for what will help us and show us the way. Discuss what the children learned from the song. Encourage understanding (playing a guessing game and reading scriptures): Prepare wordstrips containing the following words and scripture references: hunger(Matthew 5:6); shine (Matthew… Read more »

Activity Days Faith In God Gift Necklace

Hi! It’s Chrissy from Teepee Girl and I am so excited to share this Activity Days/Faith in God gift idea with you! These darling little Activity Day Faith In God Necklaces and cute tie tacks are great for welcoming kids into activity days.  They are also fun and inexpensive gifts when boys and girls complete the Faith in God program. Really, there are so many ways you can use these! My kids also loved helping me make these necklaces and tie tacks (or… Read more »

Follow the Prophet

Sharing Time Idea from the 2017 Outline Identify the doctrine (singing a song): Sing the ninth verse and the chorus of “Follow the Prophet” (CS, 110–11). Invite the children to listen for reasons we follow the prophet. Have the children say together, “I am blessed when I choose to follow the prophet.” Encourage understanding (acting out scripture stories): Tell the children the story of Elijah and the widow of Zarephath (see 1 Kings 17:8–16), and invite the children to act it out with you. For example: “The… Read more »

March 2017 Week 3 Sharing Time Idea

Sharing Time Idea from the 2017 Outline Encourage understanding and application (playing a game): Write on separate pieces of paper a one-sentence summary of the most recent conference messages from members of the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve. Place them on the board along with pictures of the leaders. Discuss each message. Invite a group of children to leave the room. Remove one of the messages from the board. Invite the children to return and decide together which message is… Read more »

LDS Primary Donut Tags

A year or so ago I shared THESE donut tags that we used when visiting children that we hadn’t seen in Primary for a little while. Last week, someone asked, on the Primary Facebook group, if anyone had a cute ‘Welcome To Primary’ LDS Primary Donut Tag that they could use when welcoming new primary children into their ward. I was going to just add new text into my old tag, but then I decided to create a new one. Today I… Read more »