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Monday, March 19, 2012

Scripture Treats

I am LDS and I am an Activity Days Leader (group of 8-12 year old girls).  Here is what I did for one of our recent activities.

We had a treasure hunt.  These scripture candies were the treasure the girls found.  I got the idea for these off Pinterest from here.  I just used black scrapbook paper on the bottom, candy treasures, and regular computer paper on top with a scripture written on it.  I put it all together with double sided tape.
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On Sugardoodle.net I found a lesson called the Ultimate Treasure.  It even has a treasure map you can download and use.

The map was our starting clue.  The lesson on Sugardoodle is a family home evening lesson and it has other clues. Similar to this one but they were more places in the home, so I made my own that were places in the church.  Here are the other clues:

(Window. This clue was hidden in the window of the room we started in.)

(Bible. This clue was hidden in a Bible in the Young Women's Room.)

(Book of Mormon. This clue was hidden in a Book of Mormon in the Relief Society Room.)

(Tithes. This clue was hidden with the Tithing Slips.)

(Food.  This clue was hidden in the Kitchen.)

(Jesus Christ.  This clue was hidden on a portrait of Jesus.)

(Door.  This clue was hidden on the door in the Nursery.)

(Mothers.)
The treasure was hidden in the Mothers room.



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19 comments:

  1. This is all really good. I love the scripture candies.

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    1. Thank You! And best of all... They are YUMMY!

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  2. I love the scripture candies! I just may have to pin that idea for future reference. :)

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  3. The scripture candies are so cute and creative! :)

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  4. Cute Idea! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. You are so welcome! Thanks for reading!

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  5. Love this idea - it's a first for me to see them, and of course, I WILL be making them soon. Thanks -

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    1. Thank you! Yes they are very fun! Thank you for coming here to read about them!

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  6. This is adorable! Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

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  7. This idea is so cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. I LOVE this idea!!! So stinkin cute!! I'm going to feature this on Sunday!

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    1. That would be awesome! Thank you so much!!!

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  9. These scripture treats are so adorable!
    Thanks for linking up at Beautify It Monday! We were thrilled to have such a great turn out for out first party! Features will go up on Saturday and we hope to see you back again on Monday for week 2!

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  10. I love this idea! I am a Sunday school teacher and will use this for sure! Thank-you so much for sharing!!!

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    1. They are very fun. And Yummy too. Make sure you make enough you can have some candies too ;) Thank you for reading!

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  11. I'm totally going to steal this idea for my girls. They would love it.

    Thanks,
    Laura

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    1. Please do! I am sure they will love it. Thank you so much for reading!

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