Complete party plan for a Paint Night Party for Kids including paint demonstration, inspirational thought, and cute printable handout.
This year, as we have been studying The New Testament, the story of Jesus inviting his future apostles to come follow Him and be fishers of men stood out to me (Matt 4:18-22.) General Conference is the perfect opportunity to feel the inspiration we need to accept that invitation too, so they’re the perfect match […]
Printable Primary Talk Templates for Come Follow Me in April. Make speaking in church simple and easy with these cute ready to use talks.
Disneyland churro popcorn is one of the fun, unique flavors available in Disneyland. Try our at home recipe today to bring the magic of Disneyland home.
The experts from Get Away Today share how to make the most of Disneyland in the rain in today’s blog post. Check out their tried and true tips based on experience!
One main change to the new church setup, is that the children’s Primary talk guidelines have changed. The leaders have requested that children give a short thought about the current Come Follow Me lesson. Guess what makes things even easier? These Come Follow Me Printable Primary Talks! Just download the message for your assigned week and you are ready to rock and roll.
Winter blues getting everyone down? Are you tired of being stuck inside, and hearing the kids whine when it’s time to clean up or do homework? Then check out these 9 tricks Adelle has for making chores a little bit more fun!
If you love the food in the Disneyland Park, then you’ll love this copycat Disney corn dog recipe! It brings the magic of the Parks home to hold you over until your next trip.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! I wanted to share a fun, quick St. Patrick’s Day service project that you can easily do TODAY! I’m always looking for fun ideas that help strengthen our family. This activity is simple, fun and will help promote kindness in your home.
Write each child’s name on a shamrock. Hand them out, making sure no one gets their own name. Give them these simple instructions:
1. Look at the name of the person on your shamrock.
2. Watch them throughout the day and look for something they do that is good.
3. When you see them do something good, write it down on the shamrock.
4. Take the shamrock to mom and get a bag of gold (chocolate coins or any other gold wrapped candy).
5. Deliver the gold and the shamrock to your assigned person.
You can never have enough ideas for teenage birthday parties! With the success of our first post, we thought it was time to come up with more ideas!