Wednesday, February 22, 2012

YW Lesson: Honoring Your Parents

I'm posting this in hopes that some of you are still in the works of planning this young women lesson!
This is for Manual 1, Lesson 9: Honoring Your Parents.

I changed up the lesson from the manual a bit (a little rearranging, a few additions, a few subtractions...to best apply to my young women!) and created some handouts to help:

The lesson lists 11 ways for the girls to improve their relationship with their parents. This is a handout for them to fill out along with the chalkboard list. (My teaching degree and experience taught me that having students write things down in addition to seeing them visually helps them remember/apply what is being taught).


If you'd rather give your girls a filled out version, I will include that in the download pack as well.
Design Credit:
“Family Silhouette” courtesy of Kathy Ladle at The Latest Scoop, Too.  http://thelatestscooptoo.blogspot.com
Rustic Paper - courtesy of farfarhill.blogspot.com

At the end of my lesson, after a great quote about being true to your parents, I will have each girl fill out this Parent Award Certificate to present to their parents (one for each parent).

And finally, a handout and treat for each girl to take home!

I'll give each girl a handout and then pass around this pale of tootsie rolls so they can each grab a handful....



(JPEG file, use printer settings to print 4 per page, at 3.5" x 5" each)

The download pack for this lesson includes:
*My lesson text
*To Do List Handout (blank & filled)
*Parent Award Certificate
*Tootsie Roll Handout 

Download HERE (4Shared) or HERE (GoogleDocs)

28 comments:

  1. Cher, when I click on the Download here button it says the file link I requested is not available. I would really love to have these handouts for Sunday they are adorable! Does it work when you click on it?

    Brenda

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  3. Ah!!! This is perfect!!! I have this lesson to give in 2 weeks and I will be using these ideas! Thanks so much for posting!

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    1. Except that I'm having the same problem as the lady above. It won't let me download it! :(

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  4. I also tried it and it said the same thing. You are VERY creative, I LOVE what you did.

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  5. hmm...very odd. 4Shared has been having some problems today I've noticed!... sorry about that! Please email me directly @ lifedesigncraft@live.com and I will send you the files!

    Thanks!

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  6. Ladies...I just reuploaded and checked the link....it seems to be working, but I'm still having some troubles with 4shared in general. Let me know if it still doesn't work. It's a zipped file once you download it.

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  7. The link to download isn't working for me. It says "The file link that you requested is not valid.

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  8. oooh... if I right click and click "open link in a new tab", it works!

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    1. Thanks for catching that and sharing, Betsy... If any of you continue to have problems, let me know. I'll try to get the files out to you when I get your email!

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  9. Thanks so much for posting these ideas!! They will be a lot of help for my lesson tomorrow! I love all the handouts and your own spin on the lesson.....very creative!! The link worked for me, i was able to download and print everything out!! Thanks again!! :)

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  10. It worked this time! Thanks so much. I'm sure your girls love you, I would love to sit in on your lessons. THANK YOU!!

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  11. Thanks for the great printables!

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  12. Thank you SO much for sharing your lesson helps! This will help put my lesson together even better!
    Thanks again!!

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  13. Thank you sooooooo much for sharing! These are darling!

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  14. Thanks so much for all your ideas. I found your blog just in time to give this lesson. It was a huge success thanks to all your ideas and fun extras you put in the lesson. Thanks so much!

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  15. Thanks for your comments, ladies! I'm glad the printables helped! :)

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  16. I'm always trying to find cute things for my girls and this is going to help out lots for this weeks lesson! :) Thanks so much!

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  17. I love your lesson ideas and handouts! I downloaded the handouts, but I can't seem to print them, any ideas? I would like to use them for my lesson this week. Thanks!!

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  18. These are WONDERFUL handouts! Thank you so much for sharing your time & talents with us!! I can't seem to figure out how to get the tootsie one to print 4 to a page though??

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  19. And Ditto to what Raelene said. I just noticed it won't let me print the blank handout, just the filled in one. Any ideas?

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  20. It all printed today! Yeah!! Thanks again for sharing your talents with those of us less fortunate! :)

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  21. It all printed for me too! I'm so glad I figured it out! Thank you so much!

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  22. Wow. You are every YW advisor's dream come true. THANK YOU for all of your hard work, and your willingness to share with those of us who are less creative and crafty.

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  23. Thank you! Thank you! These ideas are so great. You have no idea how much I appreciate your sharing your talent!

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  24. This is perfect! Thank you! You are amazing! One thing...how do I make copies from a zipped file? (I hate to ask..it shows my age-deficit!

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  25. This is perfect! Thank you! You are amazing! One thing...how do I make copies from a zipped file? (I hate to ask..it shows my age-deficit!

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    1. haha... hmm...what do you mean by copies? You have to unzip the folder (right click and select unzip or extract files and then you'll have access to all the files individually... you can copy them or print them however you choose! hope that helps! Good luck!

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