Family Night Suggestion – Appreciating our uniqueness

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5 replies
  1. Vickie says:

    The sum is equal to its parts…flaws and all, we are all challenged to find how to best use what we have been given. I love finding different ways to teach the lesson, and in many cases give me the child-tailored version any day! There is a child in each of us waiting to play. When it snows, I am the first outside with my tongue out…maybe it takes a flake to catch a flake, but…I’m sure you make your lessons fun. Thanks for sharing in a meaningful way, once again.

  2. mobile sloth says:

    Wow, that`s neat! Thanks for posting it. I wish more people would post FHE lessons they do so we can learn from each other.

  3. Steve says:

    We have used a similar idea with LEGOs to role play stories from the scriptures with our boys. That effort turned into a book we published called Brick of Mormon Stories. There is a sample story on the website,, that shows how we combined the scenes with the scripture verses. It is fun to find ways to help children learn the scriptures/gospel by using something that is already familiar to them.


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