A fun way to get your students involved
My class plays “Steal Your Heart Away” – corny, but fun.
Another Heart idea for Valentine’s Day is to bake heart shaped sugar cookies. The students will love it because it is food with a meaning!
I did a different type of scripture chase this morning that went along with Valentine’s Day and was kind of fun.
I got the idea for a Valentine’s day activity from a student devotional earlier this week. He first read Section 137:7-10 where the phrase “desires of their hearts” caught my attention, that that is how we will be judged.
A great way to incorporate Valentines into your Seminary lessons
Every February, I put a different quote each day on the chalkboard that has a “heart” in it. For all the emphasis of “giving” our “hearts” away during this month, it occurred to me that it was particularly applicable.
The students right down on paper some “heart attacks” (or random acts of kindness). We put them in a big Valentine Heart Box. Draw one out every day to do.
This is a fun scripture mastery game that we like to do the week of Valentine’s Day.
A great article by Elder M. Russell Ballard
A fun holiday game your students will love
We played a game today for Valentine’s day — you may be able to use this on Friday for “game day” if you have it.
A fun Valentine's Matching Game
Fun Valentine's Day activities