Here is our 2016 Hubbard Christmas Card Video! This Christmas we want to share with your our “funnest” thing we do at home!! …. which is Family Night aka Family Home Evening (FHE)! Enjoy our family in 60 seconds.
PS – See our last post for our digital Christmas Card!
Hey! My oldest son just turned 5 and we had a Minecraft themed week for him! We made a Mincraft Cake and ate colorful pasta. Decorated the house in green, white and black streamers. He woke up to a big creeper present in the living room! One of the presents he got was a Minecraft torch! My husband tried to make his fifth birthday super special for him. We had friends come visit us throughout the week but had the main celebration together as a family.
I made this 13″ by 17″ Minecraft Printable. At first it was just for fun but then I used it for Primary singing time as a “Armor of God” lesson. The little guy is suppose to represent a LDS Missionary but you can create your own person here. I put magnets on mine so they can stick to a whiteboard.
Ideas to use these printable:
- Armor of God Lesson: Ephesians 6:7 – 17, D&C 27:15–18
- Pin the Armor on the Minecraft Person
- Teaching kids programming by creating the formulas for the armor on a whiteboard.
Ok here is a print, cut and sing…. easy easy…. singing time lesson. My child woke me up at 2:30 am because he’s teething and I couldn’t fall asleep so I read my scriptures and this easy idea came to me.
All the songs that I chose are from the 2015 Sharing Time Manual or you can choose your own songs!!
You just cut the house pieces and talk about how you establish a house of God. Some examples would be family prayer, scripture study, building foundation on Jesus Christ.. ect.
You can use this for singing time or family home evening! 🙂 Enjoy!
D&C 88:119 Organize yourselves; prepare every needful thing; and establish a house, even a house of prayer, a house of fasting, a house of faith, a house of learning, a house of glory, a house of order, a house of God
Download the JPEGs below or full PDF file here: Building a House of God Singing Time.
Sorry for any typos… seriously made this at 3:30 to 6:30 in the morning!!!
Dallin was a racquetball player. Quentin was a dog. May Bo was a flight attendant. Micah was an airplane.
Happy Halloween 2014!!!
See our past Halloween Costumes here:
2013: Super Mario Family
2012: Nerdy Baby Costume
OH and we carved plan of salvation pumpkins for Family Home Evening this past Monday!!! 🙂
Yep it’s the Celestial Kingdom, Terrestrial Kingdom, Telestial Kingdom, and Outer Darkness…. haha!
FHE stands for “Family Home Evening“. To tell you the truth, our family has not been very good at preparing for family home evening. When Monday night comes around we usually ask each other, at the last minute, “What’s the lesson for FHE?” We decided that our lack of planning wasn’t working for us. We decided to set aside a time on Saturday to plan out our family home evening. We did it for the first time last week and our FHE rocked! We had time to think and plan the lesson. Then we had time to go buy supplies for our activity and also had time to plan out a treat to eat at the end.
Our church believes in modern-day prophets whole receive inspiration from God and give counsel to the church. The prophet Joseph F. Smith announced in a letter on April 27, 1915 that the church members should hold a weekly family home evening (FHE) in their homes. FHE is family time that is set aside for “prayer … hymns … family topics … and specific instruction on the principles of the gospel.” In 1970, the prophet announce that FHE night is preferred to be on Monday nights throughout the church and asked that church/leadership meetings should not be held on Monday nights.
I believe that the LDS church sets aside time for families on Monday because we all get so busy with work, school, sports, and other activities that it’s hard to fit in family time at home. In the end, our families is the most important entity we have here on earth and I enjoy spending time with my family on Monday nights.
Song: “My Heavenly Father Loves Me” (Children’s Songbook, 228–29)
Lesson: Genesis 1:1 & Lesson 7 in Nursery Manual – Jesus Christ Created the World for Me
Activity: Make paper mache worlds. I found this blog about making paper mache planets.