Have you seen our Young Women Come Follow Me printable kits? These kits are a great way to enhance your lessons. Each kit comes with different quotes, interactive handouts and activities from the lesson outlines. These kits help you be prepared to have handouts ready for where the Spirit takes you in the lesson. Each kit also comes with an introductory sign that is a great way to visually introduce the lesson to the girls. This month, we are offering all 5 printable lesson kits in a bundled package for $15.00! That is more than $5 in savings vs. purchasing individually. Awesome sauce, right?! You can purchase the bundled package here.
Want a closer look? Here are some favorites from these printable kits:
This printable from the lesson “What is the priesthood?” is great printable to use with the outline on lds.org, “Invite the young women to read the section titled “Priesthood Quorums” on page 125 of True to the Faith. What are the similarities between how Aaronic Priesthood quorums and young women classes are organized? What are the differences? Help the young women see that the women of the Church are organized after the pattern of the priesthood (see Daughters in My Kingdom: The History and Work of Relief Society , 138).
This printable thank you card is from the lesson “What does it mean to sustain my church leaders?” Using this printable is a great way for the Young Women to live what they are learning. Have the young women thoughtfully think of someone that magnifies their calling. Have them write a thank you card to that person. Also included are circle tags that can be placed on a simple treat (goodie bag, candy bar, cupcake, etc.) to be given with the card.
This fantastic bookmark from the lesson, “How do I receive the power and blessings of the priesthood in my life?”. This is such a powerful quote, and with how colorful and visual it is, the young women you teach are sure to treasure it.
We’d love to hear from you! What do you think about these kits? What have you found most helpful in preparing for your lessons? What do your Young Women most respond to? Let us know in the comments section!