Book of Mormon Reading Calendars {Free Printable!}

Scripture Schedule

This year I’ve made a resolution commitment to read the Book of Mormon with my family, along with my commitment to do Family Home Evening all year. I am following along a chart I found at Sugardoodle, breaking the Book of Mormon into 15 to 20 verse chunks throughout the course of 365 days.

I’m kind of a freak though, and do better about not letting my kids destroy things that aren’t cute. So obviously, I had to come up with a cute chart, right? I made up a calendar for each month and they are so much cuter. Well. I think so anyway. :)

Also, because I have issues with losing things, and wasting paper, I shrank it down so I fit six on one page. Believe me, if I thought it was legible to fit 12 on one page, I would have done it. No wait, it was actually that my printer didn’t have a 12-to-a-page setting, and I was too lazy to mess with out. Legible shmegible. So if you’re all about the environment and junk, you can do it that way. Print it two-sided if you can figure it out you like that.

Okay, I was going to be all awesome and give you a version with the calendars on two pages rather than twelve, but my pdf program gave a very polite, “No thank you.” So to do this, when you press print, click printer preferences (or whatever it says on your printer program) and set it to print 6 to a page. Or print 2 to a page, or hey, if your printer is really cool, go ahead and do 12 on a page!

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21 Responses to Book of Mormon Reading Calendars {Free Printable!}

  1. Thyme says:

    Our family goal is FHE every week for 2012. My personal goal is to finish the Book of Mormon by my due date (baby #3 is due March 15th) I slacked off really bad at the Book of Mormon challenge by the end of 2011 (from September-December 31 I only got to 2 Nephi 23…) so my goal is to go from 2 Nephi 23 to the end by the time the baby gets here. And when he is overdue (which he will be) my goal is to read from 1 Nephi 1 to 2 Nephi 22.

    Helps keep my mind off of being twenty-seven months pregnant ;)

  2. Andrea T. says:

    Um.Ya. Will you marry me? I know we are like not that kind of Momo’s anymore,and sister’s wives is creepy… but you have made my life a little easier and a little less guilt ridden :)… I have two very busy boys, (6 & 3), im going to school full time, living on a husband imposed budget, (he wants to having savings for this thing called “retirement”), and trying to make sure my kids don’t end up delinquents as teenagers. I started using your AMAZING FHE lessons at the beginning of January, and I already feel like a better mom actually having FHE. Anyhow, I am so excited about the Book of Mormon reading schedule. Thank you for all you do! :D

  3. Brianne Jenkins says:

    It is the latest thinking I like

  4. […] included the yearly Book of Mormon calendar, so you can read the Book of Mormon easily throughout the year. Each month begins with the reading […]

  5. […] you know that if you read 15-20 verses a night for 365 days, you’ll be finished? Heck yeah. Check out this link. Download it. Frame it, if it makes you feel good. 15 verses a day. Book of Mormon. Owned. You can do this. […]

  6. Veronica says:

    Thanks you for making this available. I needed to find this. The way you have it laid out makes it more doable that I thought it was. And you’ve given me the motivation I need to get my family doing what we need to be doing. A new years resolution that is do able. Thanks so much!

    • I’m so glad you like this. This is the one printable on my blog I use RELIGIOUSLY. (Everything else comes and goes.) I am in absolute shock that my family is reading THIRD NEPHI. As kids, we never got past Alma. Never! If I can do it, then it’s DEFINITELY doable!!!

  7. Tammy says:

    I found this and LOVE it but….I am doing this for the Beehives in our ward and we are wanting to start it the first week in March. Could I possibly get this in a format that can be edited?? I would appreciate it so much!! Thank you~Tammy

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  9. Cari Larson says:

    Great idea! I am wanting to do this for the Valiant 10 and 11’s but only for 6 months – can I get this in a format I can edit?

    • I’m embarrassed to admit that somehow at this point, I can’t even edit it. I need to make a new one. It’s on a long list of things to do for me! One thing I would recommend is just doing two each night. You could use different colored highlighters to highlight each night. I know that’s not what you were hoping for, but I will try to get working on that soon!

  10. Lisa says:

    I’m doing this with my Young Women! Thanks for sharing. You are an answer to prayers. :)

  11. Heather says:

    I came across your chart a year ago and loved it! I printed out each month and put them all on one poster board so my young children could put a sticker on each day that we read and so they would have a daily visual of how far we had read. As of today we only have 3 days to go until we have read the entire Book of Mormon, which is no easy feat when your kids are 8, 7, 5, 3 and 2 months. :) Next year we would like to read the New Testament. I have found a daily reading schedule but I am extremely technologically impaired (I don’t know how to make it pretty) and was wondering if you had a version that I could edit and put in New Testament verses instead of the Book of Mormon verses?

  12. Rose says:

    I just want to thank you for these pretty charts. I will
    definitely be using it for my 2016 BOM challenge in my
    Facebook group. I’ve been doing different reading challenges all year and thanks to charts and group settings I was able to read the BOM twice in 2015.
    I hope you don’t mind me using your charts, they are very pretty and helpful! You are awesome!
    Feel free to visit or join the group in FB
    Scripture Study Buddy

  13. Esther says:

    Thank you! My daughter will be baptized in January of 2017 and we want to read the BOM this year. She LOVES these charts, they are just perfect. Thank you again!!

  14. Michelle says:

    Thank you for creating these great charts! Our stake issues the 20 verse a day challenge this year and I did an Internet search before I settled down to create my own. Thanks for doing the work for me! These are so pretty too!

  15. Denise says:

    Thank you! I was looking for a cute version of this chart and so glad I found yours….so I did not have to make one myself :D To be fair, the original version is awesome and works well but….cute! Cute wins.

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  17. Tabitha says:

    Hello- do you have the chart in a word doc so that it can be edited to adjust the reading?

    Please let me know!

    – Tabitha

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