Friday, November 26, 2010

I Belong Badge Activity Printable

Last week I made some handouts and tags for myself, sister and husband--we all teach sunday school to different ages of children at our church--and I decided to share them on my blog because I know a lot of my readers are also teaching the same lessons around the world. Well, I got such a great response, I've posted them again. Many of these handouts, tags, and activities are great for any Christian faith lesson.

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For the Sunbeams: (primary manual 1, lesson 42 “I Belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints”)
I Belong tag

The children will love getting to create their own badges with this printable. They can help write their name and then draw a self-portrait in the box!

This will print out 10 badges onto a 8 x 10 full size sheet. You can use sticker paper (bought at your local office supply store). Or use white cardstock, or normal printer paper, cut out and simply attach to the children using a safety pin.

I Belong Badge
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Dani said...

I just found your blog and am using some of your printables for my primary class. Thanks so much! Can't wait to browse around some more!

Winston Salem Carpet Cleaning said...

I love the printables, thanks.

Anonymous said...

thanks for sharing. those of us with no artistic leaning and/or who are "craft-disabled" are so grateful.

Arielle Boulton said...

Thank you so much for making these! It's enormously helpful that these were already on hand since I think doing this is incredibly time consuming. I know my sunbeams will love having the space to draw a picture of themselves!

Vicki Nielsen said...

I really appreciate all your hard work on these printables. I will visit again.

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