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Here's this month's FHE Planner. Take 10 minutes to fill in your topics for the month. It'll probably take less time. That way you'll be one up on Monday nights. There are some topics at the bottom of the page that might work for you.
Share with us what you'll teach this month.
How many of you teach the youth in your ward? (raises hand). Have you checked out the new youth activities website? If not, you so totally should! It's pretty great. I've created a little infographic with the basics of planning an activity.
I like to do stuff. Caeden (our 2 year old) likes to do stuff. We are both happier when we are doing SOMETHING! I've been looking into "homeschool preschool" and discovered two things: you can be one of those moms who has a curriculum or you can be one of those moms who says "life is learning!"
I'm a little bit of both because I'm inherently lazy. I know if I say something like, "Letters from 10:00-10:15" it won't happen...but I still want to have some sort of activity schedule for this Spring and Summer. Enter: the homeschool preschool bucket list! (You can download a weekly activity planner at the end of this post!)
Munchie Monday: Where we make a yummy food! Probably a breakfast food or other food (like rolls! or freezer meals--which I might do since I'm expecting in May) that can be used throughout the week. Specifically these:
I've made a weekly activity planner that you can fill out weekly. Download it here, or click on the image below and save as. What would you add to the list?
For the days that you're feeling marvelous! Or even those days when you aren't.
Handouts for the lesson outline "Why do we have adversity?" Download both the color and black and white versions here.
Not what you're looking for? Check out our other handouts for Come, Follow Me here.
Wear this (or something like it) for you Valentine's date tonight! Or use it as a simple Sunday outfit--get ready in a flash and fit all of your "church stuff" into one bag!
I love low dressers that can double as changing tables instead of a separate changing table. I usually change my kid on the floor anyway, but that's just me. I also love, love, love the idea of having a small love seat in a nursery. What do you think?
Check out our other handouts for this month here. Come back next week for more! Say, "Thanks!" by pinning, sharing, or tweeting!
A simple and casual, yet cute way to run errands--or to be business-y!
Hi Nestie friends! It's been awhile since I got all personal on you...but just in case you haven't heard: I'm expecting baby boy number two! Due in May.
So I'm starting this thing called "Preggo Day" where I get to talk about all of my favorite pregnancy things while I'm, you know, pregnant. Today I've made a quick little Hospital Essentials for Labor and Delivery thing. I'm sure it's missing some things, but it has the basics. Enjoy!
Bah! It's already February! I totally spaced that we had a new month coming up...don't ask me how. It's not like it doesn't happen every single month. Somehow I forgot anyway. Here are some last minute handouts for your lessons tomorrow if you need them! Black and white versions are for printing on Young Women Value-colored card stock. Just print the colored versions on white card stock! We will have more handouts for your February lessons this month so make sure to check back or enter your email to get posts sent directly to you!
So sorry if we don't have the lesson you were teaching this week!
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