Saturday, May 31, 2014

June Visiting Teaching Handout.

It's already here.
Can you believe it?!

This month's Visiting Teaching lesson is on:

For those of you who are new to my blog - - you need to know that I am a SUCKER for a good pun.  I make puns out of EVERYTHING. {Just ask my husband.}

Which is why when I hear the word 'MINISTER', I automatically think of a spoon - - and to 'STIR'.

Anyone with me?

Well...that's how this month's VT handout was born.
With a spoon.
And a cute little analogy found HERE.

FYI: one of the definitions of the word MINISTER is:
verb; to give service, care, or aid; attend, as to wants or necessities.:
 to minister to the needs of the hungry.

Which is what this lesson is all about.
And I LOVE it.

ANY spoon can be attached to this little handout.
I found both of mine for only $1 each at the Dollar Tree.

I know that technically, the above red 'spoon' is really a spatula BUT....
I liked it's color.  And also technically, a spatula STIRS things so....I went with it.

I was hoping to find some cute SUMMER-Y-ish spoons somewhere, but I didn't.

You could also attach this handout to a box of colored plastic spoons.
{And who doesn't need THOSE this time of year with
 snow-cones and ice-cream parties?!}

For a copy of my FREE VT handout click HERE.

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Happy Visiting Teaching!

Past Visiting Teaching Handouts from 2014


  1. I just found your blog and I LOVE all your ideas. You are so creative! Thanks so much for your work and fun inspiration. Have a happy day.

    1. You are very welcome! Thanks so much for your sweet comment! xoxo

  2. Love it! Thanks for sharing this .

  3. Adapting this-thanks so much for the idea!

  4. You have the best ideas! Thank you for so willingly sharing all of them!

  5. I was hoping to send this somewhere to get it printed (like Costco) but can't do that with a PDF. Is there a trick or something that I don't know to do it?

  6. Thanks for sharing! I love this idea, I am always looking for non-food ideas as some of my lovely ladies have dietary restrictions. This was perfect. Thanks again:)

  7. Love your blog and thanks for sharing your creativity!

  8. You are the BOMB! Thanks so so much!


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