2011 Lesson Plans - SUGGESTIONS

Despite how time intensive this blog turned out to be in 2010 I have decided, maybe against my better judgement, to try to go at it again in 2011.

But I need your suggestions!

Please click here to look over the 2010 Lesson plan list and then comment here with lesson topics you would like to see covered. You can suggest as many as you would like, just please be specific. So, instead of "Bible Stories" please write "Esther", Daniel in the Lion's Den" or "The Loaves and Fishes".

Leave your comments here this week and it will really help me make plans for next year.


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5 Way Righteous Comments:

Jaymerz said...

I am glad you will be doing it for another year, your lessons have been a big help for our family. I will start thinking about some topics and let you know.

Willefam said...

i would love to see the lessons that you couldn't post due to your computer crash:) It also might be fun to have a couple lessons about modern prophets and temples! Thanks so much for all the work you do in the site! I have really apprecieated it!

Danielle said...

We would love some lessons on President Hinckley's "Be"s, the Proclamation to the World, or The Living Christ! Thanks so much for all that you do!

Angie said...

We always have fun doing a practical FHE lessons once in a while. For example:

Home Fire/tornado/hurricane/earthquake Drills
Basic First Aid
Pull out the 72 Hour Kits and review what is in it and why we would need it (goes great in talking about a major disaster which recently happened in some part of the world)
for little ones: how and when to call 911, learning home information like address and phone numbers
Financial responsibility, introducing allowance, encourage saving, etc.
A quick lesson on service then going out and doing service (we saw a family in our neighborhood taking a walk down a local path with garbage bags...they were cleaning up the path!)
Lesson about internet safety

Anyway, there are a bunch of ideas going with more temporal things.

Oh, and at our house, we can never have enough lessons about how important it is to be kind to one another and not hit others...

Rebekah said...

I have three small children and are struggling with respect for each other.

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