Thursday, September 16, 2010

My Gospel Standards Memory Game!


This is a fun memory game that will help to
TEACH and REMIND
your primary aged children
to follow the Gospel Standards!
Our ultimate goal is for our children to always be
TEMPLE WORTHY!
By teaching these important standards by
WORD and EXAMPLE
we can know that we did our part.
The Gospel Standards Are:
I Will . . .
Follow Heavenly Father's Plan for Me!
I Will . . .
Remember my Baptismal Covenants and Listen to the Holy Ghost.
I Will . . .
Choose the Right!  I know that when I make mistakes, I can repent.
 
I Will . . .
Be Honest with Heavenly Father, Myself, and Others.
 
I Will . . .
Use the names of Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ Reverently.
 
I Will . . .
Do those things on the Sabbath that will help me feel close to Heavenly and Jesus Christ.
 
I Will . . .
Honor my parents, and do my part to strengthen my family.
 
I Will . . .
Keep my mind and body Sacred and Pure!  I will not partake of things that are harmful to me.
 
I Will . . .
Dress Modestly to show respect for Heavenly Father and Myself.
 
I Will . . .
Only Read and Watch things that pleasing to Heavenly Father.
 
I Will . . .
Listen to music that is pleasing to Heavenly Father.
 
I Will . . .
Seek Good Friends and treat others kindly.
 
I Will . . .
Live Now to be Worthy to go to the Temple and do my part to have an Eternal Family.
Here's the PDF:
To Make This Project You Will Need To:
Print the PDF
(I printed mine on Crack-n-Peel)
Cut out each of the cards.
Cut cardstock a little larger than the printed cards.
I used white cardstock, but black would also be cute.
(This will help to make the game more sturdy.)
Each cards will have a front and a back.
Attach the cards to the cardstock.
Laminate the cards and you're ready to play!
This game is a
GREAT ADDITION
to your
Conference Kit!
(Two posts down . . . one to go!)

11 comments:

Dani Souza said...

Loved it! I'm going to use it with my kids. Thanks a lot. Hugs from Brazil.

Cathy said...

I am finding the directions a little confusing. Do the cards make a game board? I am not undestanding how to make each card have two sides. What are the directions for the game?

Montrose Lewises said...

I swear I Googled but I cannot get a clear fix on what Crack-n-Peel is... Can you enlighten me? I'm going to do it on sticker paper. I hope I don't kill it! Thanks for the beautiful PDF file!

Tricia Smith said...

Hahahahaha . . . I'm pretty sure you won't kill it! You busted me right up with that one!
Crack-n-Peel is basically Sticker Paper!
I purchased it at Office Max before I found Alphagraphics.
I think it will turn our just fine!
Hope that helps!
Trish

Tricia Smith said...

Cathy,
The Memory Game is basically a card game. Each piece has two sides. I just put the cardstock inbetween so that the cards would be a little bit more sturdy. Each card will have the picture of the temple with the words, "By choosing to live the gospel standards, I WILL be temple worthy." In the memory game you will keep turning the cards over until you get a match, so you will have two of each picture on the back side of the cards.
Clear as mud?!?
Let me know if you have anymore questions!
Trish

hopeE said...

Thanks a bunch for this idea! I plan on using it in My Activity Day Group as a warm up game.

Anonymous said...

Want to do this with my kids but What matches go together. Some it is obvious but there are others I have no idea what it goes with. please help.

Anonymous said...

I tried to open the links and it goes to a page that says the link is an error. Any chance I can get a another link to the game or someone can email me the documents?

Lindsey

Prepared Not Scared said...

Lindsey, Send me your email address and I'll send you the link. I will work on getting it fixed in the meantime, just didn't want you to have to wait!
Have a great day, and thanks for letting me know!
Trish

Anonymous said...

Do you know if the Alphagraphics in Lehi can print it too? It's a little far for me to go the Bountiful. my email is sles_14@hotmail.com or you could text or call me at 8018361889. I really love this idea, and appreciate that you are willing to share all your hard work!
Thanks,

Leslie

Michelle said...

So fun - thank you for sharing!