Teaching in the Home
Homeschooling and everyday teaching.
2013 Gospel Learning Plan-1st Quarter
Have you worked out your plan for gospel learning this next year? Here is the 1st quarter plan for my family.
2013 Gospel Learning Plan-2nd Quarter
Have you worked out your plan for gospel learning this next year? Here is the 2nd quarter plan for my family.
2013 Gospel Learning Plan-3rd Quarter
Have you worked out your plan for gospel learning this next year? Here is the 3rd quarter plan for my family.
2013 Gospel Learning Plan-4th Quarter
Have you worked out your plan for gospel learning this next year? Here is the 4th quarter plan for my family.
A Bible, A Bible--Who Has a Bible?
“We believe the Bible to be the word of God as far as it is translated correctly; we also believe the Book of Mormon to be the word of God.” ~Articles of Faith 1:8
Becoming Our Children´s Greatest Teachers [offsite link]
This Ensign article by Robert L. Knighton explains why parents are the most important teachers and shows how we can be great teachers even without training.
Christ Centered Homes
Wondering how to make your home centered on Christ? Here are some ideas to get you going in the right direction.
Developing and Strengthening Personal Testimony
Are you wondering how to help your family develop or strengthen their personal testimonies? Here are some ideas to help them or just help strengthen your own testimony.
Discover the Scriptures-Old Testament-REVIEW
If you are looking for a way to teach your kids about the Old Testament, with an LDS influence, I have found just the thing! Liven up your family scripture study, family home evening, or your homeschool with the curriculum from Discover the Scriptures.
Energy Drinks and the Word of Wisdom
I have long held a stance that the Energy Drinks that are being marketed heavily are not good for us and that we should be careful and not consume them. But when it is mentioned in two of the three monthly magazines, it is time that we sit up and take notice.
Forever Families [offsite link]
A new site by Brigham Young University on strengthening the family, from choosing the right spouse to being the right spouse. Includes both LDS and non-LDS versions.
General Conference Activities
Are you wondering what to do with your kids during General Conference? Here are some ideas to keep the kids occupied and engaged and still be able to hear the words of the prophet.
Homeschooling in the LDS Home
There are many parents that love the idea of homeschool, but do not think that there is any way that they could do it themselves. Teaching our children at home is something we have been doing since they were born.
Love at Home
Do you have anything special planned for Valentine's Day with your family? How about having a box social for dinner?
Nauvoo Kids [offsite link]
These are great games to play at home. Let children match the prophet´s pictures to their names or put them in order, name the temples, play matching games and more.
Old School Genealogy and Family History
Are you wondering how to discuss genealogy and family history with your family? Here is a lesson outline you can use for family home evening to help them catch the genealogy bug.
Preparing Spiritually for What's Ahead
Preparing ourselves and our families spiritually is the most important thing we can do in these last days.
Looking for a great Sunday activity for the family? Why not try a game of Scripture Scrabble?
Setting Family Goals
Setting personal goals and resolutions is important. But have you thought about setting goals together as a family? This article talks about the importance of setting family goals and what they can do for your family.
Teach the Children [offsite link]
Thomas S. Monson offers four guidelines that will help parents teach children to live the gospel. This talk was offered in General Conference in October of 1997.
The Most Important Class
Do you know which education is the most important one for our children? In this article I share a personal experience and some insights I had this week about what is truly important.
Using e-Readers in the LDS Home
Does the e-reader have a place in the LDS home? This article tells you how and why it might be a great way to meet your teen in the middle.
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