Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Scripture Scrolls and Ezekiel 37

Our Class "Scripture Scrolls"

This idea comes from Jenny Smith at Mormon Share
It was easier to make than antcipated.
I got the rolling pins from  Wmt and I have seen them on Amazon
Each day, a student acts as class scribe and writes or draws something from our lesson that day.
It has been a fun way to keep a class journal and the keep the students engaged.
We will display it at our end of the year breakfast and awards activity.
Today, I used this with Ezekiel 37, when teaching about 
the sticks of Judah and Joseph.

I introduced the scripture scrolls a few months after class had started.
It came along when we were needing a change of pace in our classroom routine.
The photos below show the kids catching up on what we had studied to that point.
It is fun to hear them ask to be the scribe for certain day when they have a great idea 
for what they want to write or draw.

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Kiss Them Good-bye

This is a reminder I use at the parent/youth meeting prior to Young Women Camp. This approach is fun and delivers the message with little questions as to the electronics rule.
It would work just as well in a Seminary parent/student meeting before the year starts or at a mid-year meeting.
Depending on how you use electronics in your Seminary classroom, this will open a dialog as to when, where, what, how electronics are used and to kiss them good-bye if not properly used.

Click HERE for details.