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LDS Printables - QUOTES & Handout Tags! Great for Relief Society, Young Women YW, Seminary, Activity Days and Visiting Teaching! #mycomputerismycanvas

LDS Printables - QUOTES & Handout Tags! Great for Relief Society, Young Women YW, Seminary, Activity Days and Visiting Teaching! #mycomputerismycanvas

Set up a Virtual Visit – One of the things I’m most grateful for at this quarantine time is technology! With FaceTime, Zoom, Hangouts and all the other amazing apps out there, we can easily stay connected. Set up a time to “visit” your sister and then enjoy a chat together.

Though we need to keep a distance right now, ministering is even more important than ever right now. Here's 6 ideas you can use to minister from a distance.

Do you want to be a blessing to others? Here are 100 little ways you can bless others. Choose to bless others today, tomorrow, and the rest of your years!

Do you want to be a blessing to others? Here are 100 little ways you can bless others. Choose to bless others today, tomorrow, and the rest of your years!

Great visiting teaching handout if the person you visit doesn’t have time to meet, but you want to let them know that you care. Or if you have a friend who may need some extra help. Or if you know somebody who likes lollipops!

I know you all love it when I don’t get to visiting teaching done on time because it means you get a free printable! Since I am the “punniest” person I know, this visiting teaching printable has a...

The Unconventional Relief Society: 5 Weird Ways To Be A Better Visiting Teacher

I haven't always loved visiting teaching. I'm not sure I really understood it until a few years ago. In 2012 they changed visiting teaching. If this is news to you, you should go back and read it HERE. They compared the old way of visiting teaching to the Law of Moses. The new way is the higher law. So, are you still stuck on the Law of Moses where you go once a (every few) months and sit down and have a lesson, chat, and then leave with the old, "is there anything I can do for you?" Don't…

FREE PRINTABLE - 12 Months of Visiting Teaching... Super cute gift tag set great for any occasion, not just LDS Visiting Teaching.  Tags to uplift, encourage, show friendship, birthday or just to say hello! #mycomputerismycanvas

I know this printable is themed as "12 Months of Visiting Teaching" - BUT these tags are great for many friendshipping occasions! ANYtime you need a little "drop-by" treat or want to send a gesture of friendship or pick-me-up to someone you love, you now have a new arsenal of tags and ideas! PS... These tags can either be trimmed with scissors or punched with a 2" round punch. Please PIN FIRST... then download freebie HERE! Happy Printing! Don't miss new printables, freebies and discounts…

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No matter what grade you teach, poetry can be used to support all levels of readers. Poems can be read in a short amount of time and used simply for enjoyment or more in-depth literacy skills. For most of our little people, the poetry we share in the classroom may be the only exposure to poetry too, and how sad is that? So, let’s change that up and talk about how we can make poetry a part of every day. Visit my blog.
SCARLET'S MAGIC PAINTBRUSH teaches kids the power of creativity and self-expression. Through the story, kids will learn to be confident and use their ingenuity to explore their world. The accompanying teacher resources and educator guide provide educators with the tools they need to support literacy development and encourage a love of reading in their students. Visit melissastoller.com to learn more about the author and her work.