We are excited to share with you a Free Printable service kit as part of the mormon.org #LIGHTtheWORLD Christmas campaign. Sugardoodle has teamed up with some fabulous bloggers to help spread the word and supply you with some beautiful printables to help you and your family serve someone else.
This free Christmas printable kit was created by a mother and daughter team at Polka Dot Poplars. They came up with the idea of brown paper packages to represent the humble gifts that Christ has given us. It’s also reminiscent of the song My Favorite Things and reminds us that WE are one of HIS favorite things. These printables can be used to cheer someone up in a variety of ways. Here’s a video explanation from the ladies at Polka Dot Poplars.
All of the instructions and printables are completely FREE to use, however you will not find them here on Sugardoodle. Instead we have shared them with some fabulous LDS bloggers and site owners who have each taken these printables and used them in their own way. You can find them by visiting the #LIGHTtheWORLD main page and clicking on one of the supporting site links. This list is growing daily, so check back often!
We hope these free kits will help you bring the light of Christ to those around you. The idea is to find a way to serve others, no matter how big or small. Share these printable kits on your social media and spread the goodness with others. Be sure to use the hashtag #LIGHTtheWORLD as well as share the mormon.org video to help spread the beautiful message of bringing kindness to others.
Thank you Polka Dot Poplars for this creative kit! And remember to share all you can (tweet/pin/post) to spread His light to all the world!
The internet is full of beautiful printables to teach the scripture stories. Unfortunately, sometimes you only have a few minutes to throw together a meaningful FHE or Primary lesson. In this short video I teach my favorite quick and easy trick for helping young kids act out the scripture stories. Using simple supplies you can find in any Church library, you’ll be able to whip up a finger-puppet primary lesson in a matter of minutes.
Need to add a little energy and excitement to your class? Want to see how much they’re actually learning in your lessons? It’s time to try my favorite online quiz game; Kahoot! Check out this short video to find out how to incorporate this fantastic, free game into any LDS class, FHE lesson or mutual activity.
Fielding unexpected questions in class is one of the hardest parts of being a teacher. Rather than frantically try to answer them yourself, I find it’s really helpful to teach your students find solutions on their own. This simple video will direct you to a few great LDS resources to help you handle the toughest LDS questions.
For family night, think about gathering your family together and create a list of family guidelines you want to strive to live by. I say strive, as they are goals to reach for and we all know that on any given day, someone in the family is out of whack or the day just doesn’t go well. Chin up… tomorrow is a new beginning. (Note: Hence the Fight and Forgive on the list). Family life can be messy, but we are in this together and there is no place we would rather be. Think of this as a living, breathing document and as you hold family councils, look at the list you have created and add or subtract items, depending upon your needs. Every family is different with our own unique set of strengths and weaknesses… print out your list and have everyone in the family sign and frame it ! Find it here
Have a wonderful day! Brenda
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