Warm Fuzzy Handout Lesson: What Have I Done For Someone Today?

I taught last Sunday for Relief Society. This month’s lesson was from the October 2009 Conference Ensign: What Have I Done For Someone Today? From President Thomas S. Monson.  President Monson’s talk centered on service. He mentioned that last year someone asked him what his ideal birthday gift would be. His answer was for everyone to serve each other. Many youth and children across the world did just that. To report back they had “Warm Fuzzy” Jars that they filled with tiny fuzzy pom pom’s. (I think that’s what they are called…) So, to help with my handout and lesson – I made Warm Fuzzy Seed Packets – to plant the seeds of service in the sister’s hearts! I actually found this adorable idea from Linda at VisitingTeaching.Net. I loved the idea – I just wanted to recreate and re-size it for me! Here’s my version – feel free to use it for anything you need!

Warm Fuzzy Jar Seed Packet

I also found this great poem that went perfectly with the lesson too. I got it from Sugardoodle.net:

Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody Poem

One thought on “Warm Fuzzy Handout Lesson: What Have I Done For Someone Today?

  1. What a great idea! We have a “warm fuzzy” shack at girls camp where inner camp mail is exchanged. I wanted a poem or thought to remind the girls to keep the notes kind. I think I’m going to tweak this for that purpose. Thank you!

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