FHE Made Easy – Jan Week 2

FHE Made Easy

This week’s easy family home evening lesson is:

Week 2: Nephi Follows the Prophet, His Father.

Don’t forget to check the “prep” and “needed” sections to see what you need to do beforehand. Also, check out the fabulous lesson cards from Sugardoodle.net to go along with your lessons!

Did you know you can make things even easier and download the entire year’s worth of lessons (cute in a binder, cool on your tablet) for just $10? I really can’t make it any easier.

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10 Responses to FHE Made Easy – Jan Week 2

  1. Vanessa says:

    Thank you for posting, I love the idea of the peanut butter sandwich, I wish
    I would’ve thought of that for yesterday’s primary lesson (Valiant 9) but I will definitely use it today in FHE, my 3 yr old just started Sunbeam’s yesterday and this is a great way to reinforce what she learned yesterday in primary!

    Thank you, thank you!

    • You know, I thought (Sunday morning, as I was preparing my lesson), that perhaps I should post these lessons on Saturday for those who teach primary. I also teach Valiant 9! I had the thought of making them available on Saturday’s but I know myself-I wouldn’t remember by Monday to check something posted on Saturday! Lol. Since the whole year coordinates with the Valiant 9 lesson manual, you could think about purchasing the year’s worth of lessons!

  2. Diana says:

    Thank you so much for your ideas. This has made my Mondays easier.

  3. Miriam Robertson says:

    I cannot thank you enough for this website. As a busy working mom, this will help me meet my goal of having a meaningful FHE every week.

  4. Kellie says:

    Thanks again!

  5. Julie says:

    Love this! Love you! :)
    Julie

  6. Lisa Carson says:

    I purchased the year worth of it, but I don’t know where to download it at. please help

  7. Kristina says:

    You are amazing! Thank you for sharing!

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