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Saturday, December 5, 2015

2016 Bulletin Board Scripture Puzzle

I LOVE when I see other great ideas from others! And then being able to create them!
This is one of them! In one the Facebook Presidency groups this one is from Rebekah B., she wanted a puzzle to put up a puzzle piece each day when the kids read their scriptures (you could also add in reverence, lots of participation, etc)
There are more than the 52 weeks for the year but I'm sure you can find some way to use the extra pieces. The pieces are separated onto 8.5x11 pages for easy at home printing then when the full puzzle is done it is 24 x 36 inches. There is also a key (preview below) so you know where everything goes and what each number's shape is.

Thank you Rebekah for such an AWESOME idea!

The download isn't a pdf, when I put it into a pdf the pieces didn't come out correctly so the download is the jpegs. If you are unsure of how to print jpegs, please see the Contact/FAQs page along the top.

(this link takes you to the Dropbox folder, you will then click on the "download" at the top right and "download as a zip" then all of them will begin downloading--- it looks like a mess when you see the files-22 in all but they download "pretty"---)

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  1. Absolutely fabulous! Thank you SO much for all of your hard work and for sharing your talents with us. This is just wonderful! 😊

  2. Thanks so very much!! This is such a great idea!

  3. I prepared this puzzle for our Primary to complete during January. Each week the children were given a puzzle piece if they brought their scriptures and read them during the week. It took us the full month to complete because our primary is so small, but the children loved it! When it was finished, we talked about the picture and what it means. I had a mother come to me with tears in her eyes, to tell me that her Sunbeam made them turn around and go home for her scriptures. Everyone was excited about the progress of the puzzle each week. They all want to do another one. I might even redo this later in the year. Thank you! Our primary has used so many of your ideas. Thank you for being so generous.