A Great Resource: The Family Home Evening Website

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Updated 22 April 2017
There is a family home evening website via lds.org!  It have a new layout and design and is very easy to navigate.  If you are ever wondering what to do for family home evening, this is a good place to start!

Using The Family Home Evening Website

What I like about this website is how everything is so readily available.  There’s gospel art, videos, and simple lessons that are easy to find.  Even if you have Primary children or younger, there are gospel art pages that they can color and ideas for activities.  If you want the availability of the lesson plans from the Family Home Evening Resource Book, it is there as well as the Gospel Art Book.

Planning Family Home Evening

Clear back in 2013 when they were making the change to the site there use to be a way to have a planner online.  Unfortunately the online option is no longer there, but I have found a fantastic planner that has Family Home Evening pages right in it.
Click on the picture to see more!
 Planning ahead can make all the different in the world.   The great thing about the Mormon Mom Planner is that you can plan everything all in one place.  I love that I can take it with me.  When a thought pops into my head all I need to do is write it down.
Whether you have a planner, a board, or a simple piece of paper planning can really help things go smoothly.  The most important thing is thing is to have family home evening consistently.  Whether you are just starting or you think you are a pro, there’s always something to learn and more information to soak in!

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