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FREE DOWNLOAD // LDS Choices Board Game

6.28.2017

Today I am sharing a printable game that is included in my Our Chocies and Consequences Family Home Evening. This is set up like a very simple version of the popular children's board game, Chutes and Ladders.  It can be used for a Sabbath Day activity, a time when your kids need a refresher about consequences, or for the activity of any Family Night.

This is such a cute LDS board game! It's similar to Chutes and Ladders and helps teach kids about the consequences of their choices.

INSTRUCTIONS
- Print the game onto a sheet of card stock.
- Have children color the game.
- Use buttons, pennies or marshmallows as game pieces and a dice to play the game.

(CTR stands for Chose the Right and WC stands for Wrong Choice)


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