Monthly Archives: July 2012

Secret Grandmothers, Year 2

We are starting up our secret grandmother activity once again. Invitations go out tomorrow, and after four weeks of correspondence, we will have a dinner where the grandmothers and granddaughters will chat face to face. We are using a large … Continue reading

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Zucchini Treats

I was so happy when a friend gave me a gargantuan zucchini this week, so I could make two of my favorite recipes. This first was this chocolate zucchini cake, recipe adapted from King Arthur Flour. It is dense and … Continue reading

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A Visiting Teachee Emergency Kit

Here is a little something to go with the August 2012 Visiting Teaching Message, Taking Action in Time of Need. It’s a tiny emergency kit, that includes the visiting teachers’ contact information – to encourage a sister to contact her … Continue reading

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Knowledge Treat Jar

Here is the candy wrapper to go with the next Personal Progress value, Knowledge. It is wrapped around a sugar free Russell Stover Pecan Delight. You can download the free printable here. This is the last of the wrappers. You … Continue reading

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Resisting Sin

Here is a teaching aid for YW Manual 1 lesson 28: Resisting Sin. It talks in the lesson about how the adversary uses snares and lures to entice us to sin. Elder M. Russell Ballard relates the lures a fly … Continue reading

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Scripture Bookmark

Here is a bookmark to go with YW manual 1 lesson 27: Scripture Study. It is taken from the “Pondering isn’t Ponderous” part of the lesson: “As I read the scriptures … , I learned some of the basics of pondering and … Continue reading

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Nature Walk Activity

Our ward is having a day-long 4th of July celebration today, complete with nature walk, river float and barbeque. I’ve collected some ideas for the nature walk, along with the printable shown above that you can download here. I found … Continue reading

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