The song is usually chosen from the Children’s Primary Songbook and the person in charge gets to lead the music.
It has been fun to teach this skill and good for the kids to get up in front of everyone, even if they feel a bit silly.
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I want a nice wooden one but I could find one I liked. My plan is to laminate the sheet and use wooden clothes pins with our names on them. I was just to excited to get these done that I had to share.
Which means I'm going to be designing and making my own, with character meant for our family. I went searching for papers and found some adorable ones at Mein Lila Park. You could also use magnets or once laminated you can write on it with a dry erase markers. When we have Family Home Evening (FHE) I like to assign everyone a job so we can all participate.I made a chart to hang on the wall in the living room.When we have our weekly family nights, we like to share the responsibilities by making “assignments” and even the littlest ones participate.Most of the time Jared and I plan the lesson and the rest gets delegated on the spot, but we’re starting to move into the territory where the kids LOVE participating so much that they argue about who-wants-to-do-what and who-did-what-last-week. This “chart” is very simple, and making it took less time than picking out the frame.In the past it has included things such as playing a board game, singing and dancing to crazy music, going on a walk, etc. Muddy buddies, pudding, and cookies are among the favorites.The person assigned to treat gets to choose and prepare the treat.(Hobby Lobby, 50% off) I made the chart in Photoshop, with a few digital few papers and embellishments, then printed, trimmed it to 8×10 to fit my frame, and we’re done! If this chart is something that would work for your family, feel free to download!!To make this chart reusable, I’ll use a marker to write directly on the glass (similar to the menu planner board). Designing a set of Monthly FHE Charts has been on my list FOREVER and I'm so glad I finally had time to finish them! just print, frame them all together, tie a cute bow around the bottom of the frame and attach a dry erase marker. If you are into organization - you'll love this collection.It's the latest addition to my Family Command Center Printables - my mantra seems to be if it's cute, I'm more likely to use it... It comes with a set of 8x10's designed for photo printing and for simply swapping out each month. Each month also has a quote and great reminder from a church leader regarding families... In fact, now that I've got it complete I decided to bundle it all together...