FHE Made Easy – Jan Week 1

FHE Made Easy

 

This is the first week ever of FHE Made Easy! Welcome! This week’s easy family home evening lesson is:

FHE Made Easy – Week 1

Check out the prep and items needed to see what you need to do before the lesson begins. So easy! If you want one simple download, or don’t want to remember to come back each week, you can purchase the entire year’s worth of lesson plans for $10! Now I seriously have made it as easy as humanly possible for you.

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24 Responses to FHE Made Easy – Jan Week 1

  1. Jen B. says:

    This is such a great idea! And something our little family totally needs. Thanks for doing all the work for us! We will definitely be coming back every week! :)

  2. Rachel says:

    Thanks so much! I’m looking forward to all the lessons. Any suggestions for creative ways to use the CTR chutes and ladders game?

    • Rachel,. you’ve brought up a great question. The CTR chutes and ladders game was unintentionally linked to this lesson. It’s actually for week 5! You can, of course, use it now, but it’s made for the end of the month. After over a hundred hours on this, I was splitting and merging PDF files like crazy and my brain was a bit scrambled. Thanks for letting me know!

  3. Love it! We will be doing this tonight and we be coming back every week! Great Job!!!

  4. Messy says:

    Thank You!! We had a great time and I gave each of my kids their own Book tonight. They were so excited and followed along as our family read tonight. (They are ages 3 and 5)

    • What a TERRIFIC idea to give them their own Book of Mormon! In my primary class, I really stressed bringing and MARKING their scriptures each week. I’m thinking I need to give them their own special scripture pencils!

  5. Andrea says:

    This? Is amazing. It’s exactly what I’ve needed.

  6. I love this idea! I am terrible when it comes to having FHE with my little ones, 5,3 and 1. This is perfect and I will be back each week! Thank you!!!

  7. Cami Gammell says:

    Thank you! I am a mom who works full-time and doesn’t have the time I desire to plan FHE. Is there anyway I can get it on Sunday though? I work all day Mondays and don’t have time to prep for it. So I usually do it on Sunday…

    • When I first glanced at your comment, I totally read “I don’t have the time OR THE desire to plan FHE.” I thought, “Well that’s just hitting the nail on the head!” Lol. I hope this takes some of the stress out of FHE for you. :)

  8. JessicaS says:

    Thank you for all the time and effort that you put into this. I can not wait to try it out with my little family.

    • Thank you Jessica! Please let me know how your family likes it, I would love feedback!

      • Adriano says:

        before earth was created we lived with the Heavenly Father and Jesus as spirtis, then you go on to say in the next sentence Heavenly Father wanted us to be like him a receive bodies. I thought we were all spirtis? And I thought Heavenly Father was always a spirit and Jesus was a human form. Do you have a reference for where this came from? I just want to look for myself, maybe my understanding is mixed up.

      • Way to use the internet to help people solve problems!

  9. Kim says:

    LOVE this! Just wonderful!

  10. Cami Gammell says:

    I’m glad you read my comment over again! I love having FHE, just wish I had more time to put into it. Thank you for all your help!

  11. Leslie says:

    Yeah, top half/bottom half totally made sense. :) And thanks for the heart instructions. Googletime is precious and I appreciate you sharing your good finds!

  12. cacao cottage says:

    so grateful to have found you… ♥ you ideas!

  13. Missy says:

    Wow!! I just came upon your blog the per day and have started to read through these the plans…amazing! Thank you so much for all your hard work. The lessons are great and I am excited to implement them.

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