One of the things I love most about the Come, Follow Me program is how individualized it is. As children of God, we each have unique talents and characteristics. And because of that – we each learn in unique and different ways. More and more of the task of teaching our families is coming back to the home. And it’s a blessing there are so many resources out there to help us in this calling. Today, I’m sharing 13 of my favorite resources that are available for 2021. These are great resources to help you and your family in studying the Doctrine and Covenants this coming year. Here’s a variety of ideas –  for the family, your littlest ones, the primary children and for youth and adults!

For the Family

Come Follow Me Doctrine and Covenants Reading Schedule Bookmark

Ever forget what the weeks Come, Follow Me reading assignment is? You will always be on top of it when you keep one of these cute bookmarks tucked into your scriptures. Since you can choose from 9 different designs, there’s something for everyone in the family. These are 4×6 size and are easy to print at home or at your favorite printer. (And they’re free!)

Doctrine and Covenants AND Children & Youth Family Bulletin Board

Do you ever feel a little scattered in all things “home church?” This bulletin board will keep your Family’s Come, Follow Me AND Children and Youth program all in one convenient place. Track goals, display reading assignments, keep a prayer list, study the Articles of Faith, display gospel artwork, and more. This kit includes all the pieces you need to get your board set up, plus weekly reading assignment cards for 2021. There are several different activity options – and two color choices – to choose from, so you can create a bulletin board that fits your family’s needs.

Come, Follow Me Dinner Jar

Looking for a simple and quick way to incorporate Come, Follow Me into your family’s busy day? The Dinner Jar is just the thing! Each week includes a set of strips to stick into the jar, then choose one out to discuss each day. The prompts provided will lead to some great dinner time (or any time!) discussions. These are available as a download to print yourself, or order just the strips (provide your own jar) or you can choose to order the complete kit ready to go.

Youth and Adults

Doctrine and Covenants – Come, Follow Me Study Journal

Do you need help in studying your scriptures, rather than just reading them? This Doctrine and Covenants study journal will help you record your insights, and most importantly – it guides you in taking action on what you’ve learned. The study guide follows the Come, Follow Me schedule, with a 2-page layout each week. You can record people and places you read about, truths about Christ and the gospel, and inspiring notes. Then – there’s a full page to record your inspirations, ponder on how you can apply your reading to your life, and set a goal to work on for the week so you can learn AND do.

Doctrine and Covenants Planner Stickers

Do you love making your scriptures and study tools pretty? Then you have to grab these gorgeous planner stickers from Best Laid Plans! With beautiful watercolor flowers, these labels are so pretty. Use them as a special addition to your planner, your study tools, or your actual scriptures. The Doctrine and Covenants set of stickers covers the reading for the entire year of Doctrine and Covenants. These stickers will have you looking forward to studying each week.

Joseph Smith: Prophet of the Restoration; A Study Journal of His Life and Teachings

This year we study the beginnings of the restoration and the early years of the Church. This is a great time to learn more about and increase your testimony of Joseph Smith as the Prophet of the restoration in these latter days. This study journal is amazing for the whole family. Using Church resources to study from, this study guide has places for you to record what you learn about Joseph’s family, life experiences, and teachings. Also learn through scriptures and General Conference talks about Joseph’s calling and purpose.

Doctrine and Covenants Doctrinal Mastery Taboo

Have a seminary student? This Doctrinal Mastery Taboo game from Smash Book Seminary can help them memorize all those scriptures! Fun and fast moving, this game will keep your youth on their toes as they try to guess the scripture. The printable game includes a blank version as well, so you can customize it in a way that’s best for you. Smash Book Seminary also has an amazing Doctrine and Covenants scripture marking key. And it’s not only for Seminary students – it’s a great resource for the whole family!

Primary Aged Children

Doctrine and Covenants Study Journal – Children’s Version

Want your kids to do more with their scripture study this year? This Doctrine and Covenants children’s version of our study journal is a great way to help your kids get started with digging deeper into the scriptures. The layout is similar to the general study guide but is in a simplified, 1-page layout. Help kids learn to recognize and record the insights the Spirit provides as they read. They then can set a goal for the week to help them take action on what they feel inspired to do. Journal follows the Come, Follow Me reading schedule and is available in 2 color choices.

 

Doctrine and Covenants and Church History Stories

Trying to keep your toddlers and primary children feeling engaged with their scripture reading? This cute Doctrine and Covenants and Church History Stories book from Time Savors is an amazing way to keep them learning and excited. With super adorable graphics, this complete kit includes 4 different sets that offer Church History stories, quizzes, activities, and games. Time Savors also has some adorable word searches, coloring books and sketch books that will make a fun and engaging addition to your family scripture study.

Latter-day Kids Videos

Are your kids crazy about videos? Today’s kids love learning through technology. Latter Day Kids creates the cutest videos on their YouTube channel with weekly Come, Follow Me videos. They also have complete lesson plans to go along with each week’s lesson so you have a base for discussing the principles taught in the videos.

For The Little Ones

Kindred Kids Cards

Keeping the littles excited about scripture learning can be a challenge, right? Give them these cute Kindred Kids Cards and they will be begging for the lesson each week. These sturdy cards are bright and colorful and are perfect for little hands.  Each card includes a scripture that goes along with the week’s lesson. And my favorite part? They have a challenge so that children can act on the principles they are learning. Kindred Kids also has a gorgeous Instagram account where they offer amazing weekly lessons to go along with the cards. (And to make life a little easier for you!)

 

Norman the Latter-day Saint

Need something to keep the little ones occupied while YOU take some time to study? Let Norman the Latter-day Saint help you out! Norman is the cutest little mouse with some amazing big adventures. The Norman Book Series books are such a cute way to teach some of the principles we’ll be learning about this year – baptism, the sacrament, the Holy Ghost, choosing the right, and so much more. Norman also shares the cutest Come, Follow Me coloring pages for kids to color. The kids can read and color while you study. Then you can use the books as a special bedtime tradition as well.

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