Printable LDS Primary Talk templates to make writing and giving talks easy and fun. Each template includes fill-in-the-blank sections so you can make the talk personal and unique.
Are you looking for a treat so good it’ll make you scream? Make sure to follow our recipe to create your very own Monsters Inc. Ice Cream Treat! Keep reading to find out what you’ll need to make this adorable dessert.
We did an activity to drive home the point that words can be used for good. It changed my life. I would never had suspected how my testimony would grow from a simple “children’s exercise.” I felt inspired to share it with our blog readers (YOU!) and hope that it will be as impactful in your homes as it was for me at our activity.
If you’re not planning on flying on the back of a mountain banshee anytime soon, be sure to check out this quick and easy tutorial on how to create your own Night Blossom drink at home for Avatar night.
If your child has an April primary talk, then you’re in the right place! Get free, printable, fill-in-the-blank talk templates today on the blog. They’ll save you a ton of time!
Our Would You Rather Scripture Game is not only a lot of fun, but it will also help you teach your family about the importance of Agency. This free Family Night printable is guaranteed to get your family talking and laughing. Get all the info on the blog today!
Each month, we provide free printable primary talks based on the LDS General Primary Theme. The month of March is “Jesus Christ is my Savior.” What could be better?
Not only is this Star Wars craft incredibly easy, but it will wow younglings from across the galaxy. This is certainly the droid you’re looking to bring to your Valentine’s Day party. Keep reading to find out how to make this adorable R2-D2 Valentines Box.
In the story of Alice and Wonderland, Alice comes to a fork in the road. She asks the Cheshire Cat, “Which way shall I go?” The cat asks her in return, “Where are you going?” Lost and wandering, Alice simply said, “I don’t know!” Listen to this wise council from Cheshire Cat, “If you don’t know where you are going, then it doesn’t matter which path you choose.”
Don’t wander through life like Alice. With a goal in mind, we are able to travel to the places where we want to go and achieve things that were never before possible. Think about where you want to be and who you want to be! Set goals that will take you there.
This Family Night lesson takes the basic concept of the festive paper plate game to the next level. Not only are we going to create some artistic fun, we are going to build testimonies while we are at it! Your family will get to experience the difference between creating a life solo and creating a life with the help of God’s hands.
I love the primary children of the Church. In the Latter-day Saint faith (Mormon), they range in age from 3-11, and are so full of life and energy and give love so freely. I always feel welcome when I visit the Primary Room. And listening to their primary talks is both enlightening and entertaining!
We may not always know when our friends or family are feeling sad. People are good at pretending and putting on a show of happiness. Remember, we don’t have signs up declaring to the world what troubles are going on inside. Here is a little object lesson that helps to demonstrate the need to show kindness always.