Did you know that the Church’s Gospel for Kids YouTube channel has videos for kids related to Old Testament stories?
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In Doctrine & Covenants 88, the Lord asks the elders to establish a School of the Prophets and seek learning out of the best books. In this school, they are to learn things about the gospel and about the world around them. Here are tips for studying this section with your kids.
Pioneer Day is a unique holiday celebrated by Latter-day Saints and honors early members of the faith and their trek to Utah in search of religious freedom. Whatever your lineage or wherever you live, these five easy Pioneer Day activities will help you and your family feel the faith of this season.
The Gospel for Kids app is one of many resources Church leaders listed during the Children and Youth broadcast in June that can help parents and leaders support children in following the Savior.
This interactive lesson plan for teaching your kids about this week's Come, Follow Me chapters is the first in a new series. The lesson includes a pdf for an activity and the recipe for a themed snack to go with the lesson. Come check it out!
Perhaps the “newness” of the new Come Follow Me year has worn off a little. In the curriculum, many of the early, exciting, well-known church history events are behind us now and the next 50 or so sections are great doctrinally… but don’t have a lot of storyline to capture the interest of kids and teens. Is CFM enthusiasm starting to wane as your family heads into summer? Well, DRAWN IN can help!
I have now been homeschooling for nearly 4 years. Through trial and error, I’ve learned a few things that seem to work best in our family school. Although I’m still learning and growing at this, there are a few truths I have come to know for sure. I hope that by sharing these thoughts, it may help another mother who may be considering a similar path.