How to Find the Very Best LDS Lesson Handouts

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This recently came up in a Facebook group for young women leaders.  So, I thought I’d share with you some of the places that I look each month for teaching ideas and lesson handouts to share.

The Red Headed Hostess

Many of her handouts are not free. If you to her main page and click on blog on the upper right, you get a dropdown menu. Select Come, Follow Me and then the month. This will lead you to a selection of posts that contain free and paid teaching ideas, additional quotes and interviews with well-known church members on the lesson topics.

Life’s Journey to Perfection

The most comprehensive collection of lesson helps is found at Life’s Journey to Perfection. She has everything organized by month and lesson outline.

My Computer is My Canvas

If you really want to be done with handouts for the year, you should take a look at the Church Handout Bundle. It was originally designed to be used with the Teachings of the Presidents of the Church, Gordon B. Hinckley lesson manual, but the quotes are general enough, you could use them for a Come, Follow Me lesson, too. Not to mention, notes for visiting teaching or encouragement. They would even look great on a bulletin board. You can see all the quotes here.

All Things Bright and Beautiful

I pin a lot of teaching ideas on Pinterest. Every month, I pin at least one of her posts. You can see all of her Come, Follow Me teaching ideas here. 

Little LDS Ideas

Sheena always has fun and interesting ideas on her blog. She always makes it simple to put them together, too. You can see her Come, Follow Me teaching ideas here.

LDS.org

In the media library, there is a collection of inspirational quotes that could easily be used for handouts. They’re organized by speaker, event, topic, verse of scripture and Mormonads.

Youth Section of LDS.org

Every month, the New Era publishes articles and quote cards that go with Come, Follow Me. You can check out that page here. 

Pinterest

The best way to find lesson helps on Pinterest is to search by monthly Come, Follow Me topic. You can view my Pinterest boards here. The boards you’re looking for start with Come, Follow Me.

Now it’s your turn. What are your favorite resources for lesson helps and handouts? 

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2 thoughts on “How to Find the Very Best LDS Lesson Handouts

  1. The Red Headed Hostess has locker quotes for October’s Come, Follow Me. That sounds like a great idea. Students might open their lockers several times a day (or at least we did when I was in school), so that’s several opportunities to have a quick reminder of what’s most important.

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