WELCOME: How to download activities from website: gospelgrabbag.com, by Mary H. Ross, Author, and Jennette Guymon-King, Illustrator, Sunday Savers (formerly the Primary Partners series)WHICH ACTIVITIES SHOULD I DOWNLOAD?

A     B     C     D-E    F     G     H     I-J-K     L-M     N-O-P     Q-R     S     T     U-Z 

TWO WAYS TO FIND ACTIVITIES:
1. Go to the A-Z Index above to find your subject, learn about the activity, and DOWNLOAD activities (from that page).
2. Go to the STORE to shop or click on the category (boxes) below to DOWNLOAD activities by category.

WHAT YOU WILL FIND:

• SCRIPTURE POSTERS
• POST-AND-PRESENT ACTIVITIES
• LESSON-MATCH ACTIVITIES
• SONG VISUALS
• SINGING FUN ACTIVITIES
• LESSON-MATCH ACTIVITIES
• Much More . . .

TO DOWNLOAD ACTIVITIES, YOU CAN:
→ Shop the Gospel Grab Bag STORE
→ Go the the A-Z Activities INDEX
→ Download Individual Activities by selecting the activity you want to download by going to the INDEX or subject on the top menu. Then select the “Add to Bag” or “Buy Now” button on the activity page (or do this from the STORE).

  • MINIMUM ORDER: Orders need to be at least $2.50 to process. Select only one quantity for each download as you can print what you need for your individual Primary, class, or family.
  • Don’t forget that with a $2.50 (minimum) purchase, you can select a FREE SCRIPTURE POSTER“I Know the Scriptures Are True!” for the 2016 Sharing Time year (shown right).
  • HOW TO RECEIVE DOWNLOADS? They are sent to your email and you have 72 hours to download them. If for some reason you don’t download them in time, let us know and we can regenerate them for you. Contact us at maryrosscontact@gmail.com or 801-694-6302.
  • GUARANTEE & PRIVACY POLICY:We guarantee satisfaction after every download or purchase delivery. Your private account information will not be distributed to outside vendors.

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A-Z INDEX:

A     B     C     D-E    F     G     H
I-J-K     L-M     N-O-P     Q-R     S     T     U-Z 

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USE ACTIVITIES FOR: Young Women, Young Men, or Youth,
Family Home Evening, Primary Sharing Time, or Activity Days

Find A-Z subjects above or below or download all activities at the 

Family Home Evening STORE

 

A-Z INDEX

A

Adversity/Trials, Agency, Apostasy, Articles of Faith 1-13, Armor of God, Atonement, Attitude – Thoughts

B

Baptism – Baptismal Covenants, Blessings, Body Is a Temple, Book of Mormon

C

Child of God, Chastity, Choose the Right, Christmas,  Commandments – Covenants, Come Unto Christ, Come Follow Me, Conference, Creation, Creativity, Communication (See Family)

D-E

D: Dating – Standards    E: Easter

F

Faith, Families Can Be Forevere, Family Proclamation, Family Traditions, Fasting, First Vision, Forgiveness, Friendship

G

Godhead, Goals, Gospel Principles, Gospel Standards, Gratitude

H

Happiness & Good Habits, Heavenly Father, Holy Ghost • Honesty

I-J-K

Jesus Christ – Savior, Joseph Smith

L-M

L: Leadership, Love    M: Marriage and Family, Media, Missionary Work

N-O-P

Patience – Love, Patriarchal Blessing, Peer Pressure, Plan of Salvation – Plan of Happiness, Prayer, Priesthood, Priesthood Blessings, Priesthood Support, Prophet – Follow the Prophet

Q-R

Repentance, Resurrection, Restoration – Apostasy, Revelation, Reverence

S

Sabbath Day, Sacrament, Salvation, Scriptures, Service, Spiritual Gifts, Standards (Dating – Gospel Standards)

T

Talents, Teachings of Jesus Christ, Temples Testimony, Thoughts & Media, Tithing & Money, Trials and Adversity

U-Z

V: Virtue – Virtues (Chastity)     W: Work – Developing Talents, Word of Wisdom • Zion – Service

4 thoughts on “A-Z Index

  • January 28, 2016 at 2:03 am
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    I love your visuals and games. I am have been using them for years. I was am so glad I found your website, as I have been put in as primary chorister again.
    – Kascie Durfee
    La Grande, OR

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    • January 28, 2016 at 2:10 am
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      Games are the way to go when you want children to really love your class and sharing time and singing time. They love games. I can’t believe the light in their eyes when they get competing. I have experienced one thing with games, we have to let them feel like they are winning and have little rewards and comments of how well they are doing. I had a big boy competing with a shy girl and she withdrew. I said, “We really need you and I know you can do it. Keep going and you will do fine.” She jumped back in and I had to tell the boy who was being a little bold to let her participate and hold back so she can speak. He did and it worked well. I especially love the Sheep and the Goats game. This is only found in the Sunday Savers New Testament Lesson 27. It is the best game ever!!! I have played it five times a year for the past six years and they all react the same – THEY LOVE IT!!

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  • January 28, 2016 at 3:51 pm
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    Thank you so much for all you do for those of us who struggle with creativity! – Melanie Craft

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    • January 28, 2016 at 4:13 pm
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      Primary Partners (the first series) of which we re-named Sunday Savers was started when my mother was the ward library-helper. One day a woman came in with a coloring book and asked her to copy a drawing of an elephant for her lesson. She came home and suggested that I create activities for all of the lessons. I then went to my niece, Jennette Guymon-King and asked her to illustrate over 600 activities, one for every lesson in the Primary manuals. She took on the challenge that day and I asked her what should we call it, and she said, “Primary Partners.” That title put us on the bestsellers list once our books came out. Too bad we had to change the name, but we like Sunday Savers just as much.

      ONE NOTE THAT IS KIND OF INTERESTING: My mother was around Jennette (her granddaughter) who must have heard her say the word phrase “Primary Partners.” Mother became the primary president and called herself and her counselors “Primary Partners.” The name must have been on the tip of Jennette’s tongue when she came up with the idea. We didn’t brainstorm any other titles. This is the first title mentioned and this is what we went with. Talk about inspiration or influence that is wide-spread. Like a pebble thrown into water that ripples out – sometimes through generations. This is why we value teachers like you Melanie Craft who go all out to make your lessons bright with Jennette’s illustrations. Thanks again!

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