“Bulletin Board,” Friend, Jul. 2015, 17
Thread a skewer with your choice of cherry tomatoes and cubes of cheese, ham, and turkey.
“I will keep my mind and body sacred and pure, and I will not partake of things that are harmful to me.”
—My Gospel Standards
How do you keep your mind and body sacred and pure?
So far you’ve sent us 8,575 handprints! Go to page 48 to find out how to send us your “helping hand”!
I helped my mom clean the house.
Sarah S., age 6, Pennsylvania, USA
Make a painted rock collection. With a parent’s help, you can paint rocks to represent your age, the people in your family, and your favorite scripture, animal, song, or color. What else can you paint about yourself?
Pioneer children used to play with cup-and-ball toys. Try making your own! Be sure to get an adult’s help.
Cut a piece of string that is as long as your arm.
Wrap one end of the string around a paper or plastic cup and tape it down.
Tape the other end of the string in the middle of a piece of paper.
Crumple the paper into a tight ball around the end of the string.
Now you’re ready to play! Hold the cup and try to swing the paper ball up so you can catch it in the cup.