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ACTIVITIES:

 Get to know your parent by Lizz White

HANDOUTS:

Autumn Bennett printable
 Handout from Emma's Place
Holy Handouts
 Honor thy parents by Mirna Ramos
 How to improve your relationship with your parents by Erika Miller
Life. Design...and the Pursuit of Craftiness
Paper Cakes and Icing
 Show your parents you love them
 To improve my relationship, I will..... by Shyloh Belnap

LESSON HELPS:

 Honoring Parents by Kim Johnson
 Lesson Helps from 2 Share 2 Care and 2 Serve
Lesson Helps from DebaNae's
 Lesson Helps from LDS Living
Lesson Helps from Mormon Share
Lesson helps from Young Women Connection
 The Family that Plays Together Stays Together

PERSONAL PROGRESS HELPS: These Personal Progress Goals pertain to the lesson.  You could encourage the girls to work on one of these goals in the coming week.

 Individual Worth Goal 5, Knowledge Goal 1, Individual Worth Goal 6, Good Works Goal 1 - Good Works Goal 7, Divine Nature Goal 3

QUESTIONNAIRE:

 Parent Questionnaire by Sheri Stevens

RESOURCE GUIDE: (What is a resource guide?)

2012 Resource Guide
2009 Resource Guide

TALKS:

Thomas S. Monson, “Be Thou an Example,” Liahona and Ensign, May 2005, 112. Use the section about honoring parents to supplement the lesson.
“Our Greatest Happiness,” Liahona, June 2003, 26; New Era, June 2003, 12. Use the quotes on parents for a handout or to introduce the lesson.



 
Comments (2)
  • Jenny Lay

    I read part of the Liahona article called "Establishing a Christ-Centered Home." by Richard G Maynes of Seventy. It has a link to the talk by the lesson on lds.org. There is a story about comparing your family to a rope and if you are going to be a stronge strand to help the rope be stronger- as in helping your family be stronger. So I passed out the questionair at the end of lesson-about understanding your parents and I rolled it up and tied a piece of twine around it to represent the strand or rope.

  • Triciamom5

    Awesome idea jenny!!! :D

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