Every Monday is dedicated to family night at our house. In our church it’s called Family Home Evening. It’s a time specifically set aside to spend time together working, teaching, learning, and growing closer to one another as a family. Sometimes we watch movies, work in the yard, and plan dream vacations. Typically we try to have a gospel lesson.
We have a TON of family home evening lessons, not surprising after heading up the family home evening enrichment group for Relief Society several years ago. I thought I’d show you how we store all of our lessons.
This is a file or banker’s box. We covered it with white butcher paper. One long side has the FHE chart we use to keep track of who does what for family home evening. The other sides are covered in family pictures.
We used spray adhesive to glue felt to the lid to use as a flannel board. All of our lessons are stored in file folders inside the box. We also have the Family Home Evening manual, a paddle board (coming in the next post), and music aides inside the box. We LOVE it! Everything for our family home evenings in contained in one small space.
You can access all of the flannel board stories here. There are a couple of links to download all of them straight to your computer on that post. I’m working on creating a link to download all of the family home evening lessons I’ve posted in one file as well so you won’t have to go and download each one individually.