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FHE: Family History


If you'd like to do something similar with your family, 
you could copy and paste the following into a document that you can print.


Song: I Have a Family Here on Earth (Hymn Book #300)

Prayer

Scripture: 1 Nephi 1:1

Activity: Talk about the importance of keeping family records and write letters to ourselves using a revised version of the form found in the January 2005 issue of  The Friend (p. 39)

Treat: Caramel-dipped snacks (I bought some caramel dip on sale this week. I don't know what we'll dip yet....maybe apples, or pretzels....Whatever it is, it's sure to be yummy!)

Prayer



 A Letter to Myself (revised):

Dear ___________________________,

Today's date is __________________________. I am_________ years old. I measure __________ tall. Right now we live in _______________________________________. My favorite thing about where we live is _________________________________________________________________.
I really like to ________________________________________________ with my family! 
This past year, my family and I _______________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________.
Some of my friends are ____________________________________________________.
Here are some of my favorites:
Song: _____________________________________________________
TV Show: _________________________________________________
Movie: ____________________________________________________
Game: ____________________________________________________
Toy: _____________________________________________________
Book: _____________________________________________________
Food: _____________________________________________________
Place to visit: ________________________________________________
Hobby: _____________________________________________________
One new thing I have learned to do lately is: _____________________________________________________.
If I could have one wish it would be: _______________________________________________________.

Well, see ya later!
Love, ______________________
P.S. I forgot to say that __________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________





Comments

Packer Family said…
Love it!!! I love FHE It is my favorite day of the week! We are pretty un organized sometimes:) I like the idea of posting about it:)
MaryAnne said…
Thanks for posting this! I struggle to organize FHE, and we did a modified version of this last night that went really well!
famr_4evr said…
I love the letter. I think that would be a great thing to do once a year. Maybe have each child do one on or close to their birthday. Or maybe at conference time. Wondering what I could pick to have something to remind me/them to do it.

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