I really, really love the Gospel Art Picture Kit. It saved me tonight when I was trying to come up with a last minute Family Home Evening lesson.
(Yes, I know today is Thursday. My husband is teaching a class on Monday nights this semester--as a graduate student he doesn't exactly have a lot of leeway when it comes to his schedule--so for now Thursday night is Family Home Evening night at our house.)
Tonight we played Scripture Story Scramble. I had the Ant Bug choose 6 or 7 pictures from the kit, then we each took turns choosing a picture to discuss.
Our selection was pretty random, but thanks to the brief synopsis on the back of the picture we had some great talking points that were perfect for the attention spans of our young children.
If you don't have a copy of the kit, you can access it online here.
This kit was also instrumental in our December plan to focus on the Savior.
Lastly, I have managed to convince the Ant Bug that the music of this musical is fun and worth listening to.
Consequently, we have been talking a lot about the story of Joseph who was sold into Egypt, and she likes to look at these pictures from the kit for a little visual reinforcement.
So...how do you use your Gospel Art Kit?