FHE Made Easy – Jan Week 4

FHE Made Easy

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 How are you enjoying the FHE Made Easy lessons? My family is loving learning more about the Book of Mormon. Don’t forget, we’re also doing a Book of Mormon in a year challenge–only 15 verses a night! It’s so simple. Anyway, this week’s easy family home evening lesson is:

Week 4: The Tree of Life.

If you’re known for your memory issues (like I am!) grab the entire year of lesson plans for only $10. You won’t have to remember to check back each Monday, and you can even prepare in advance.
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14 Responses to FHE Made Easy – Jan Week 4

  1. Kelly says:

    So I bought your full year of lessons last week and downloaded it but it wasn’t saved. Would you mind sending it to me again? Sorry!

  2. megan says:

    thanks again! this is so helpful! it’s so nice to know I will have a FHE for my kiddos ready to go every monday, they are really loving the lessons!

  3. Karyn Tripp says:

    hey! Just wanted to let you know I just started a homeschool blog roll over at my blog. I would love to have you link up if you’d like!
    http://teachbesideme.blogspot.com- click on tab Homeschool Blog List.
    Thanks!

  4. Leslie says:

    Thank you so much for doing this! I found a cute little page from the friend that was perfect for my little ones and I thought I would share.

    http://lds.org/ldsorg/v/index.jsp?hideNav=1&locale=0&sourceId=86374d945a3ad010VgnVCM1000004d82620a____&vgnextoid=21bc9fbee98db010VgnVCM1000004d82620aRCRD

    • Adorable!! Thanks for sharing, I love the links!

    • Busisiwe says:

      i’m so glad that you posted this beucase i’m looking at all of these pictures on here and i’m like, WHO IS THIS HOTTIE?! haha so fun kar! sorry i might seem a little creepy right now…so you forgot to mention that you like this boy too, i’m guessing?? fun. :)p.s. that’s really cool he was a blue crayon for halloween, beucase weren’t you the blue crayon??? i love it.

  5. Anna says:

    I love Family Home Evenings! And after Christmas and New Year I miss them already. That’s way I like so much the holidays:):) – trying the best Mama’s cake! Yamiee

  6. Shawna Perez says:

    I have a 3 year old and a 10 month old how well do your lessons work for little ones?

    • Great question. I have a 3 year–wait, 4 year old–and an almost 2 year old. They are wiggly but we keep it short and simplify where we can. Since I also have older children we try to keep it more to their level but we do simplify quite a bit. My sister in law has 4/2/0 year old girls and reports that they LOVE the movies and it is working great for them. I hope that helps!!

  7. Michelle says:

    Thank you SO much for this!! You are a genius and this is an answer to prayer.

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