Flannel Board Sunday Box

“Flannel Board Sunday Box,” Liahona, June 2006, F16

Flannel Board Sunday Box

You can make a box to use to tell flannel board stories and to hold a collection of Sabbath-day activities.

To make a Sunday Box, you will need glue; crayons; markers; scissors; a ruler; flannel or other fabric; a large box (see photograph below); and drawings, photos, gospel pictures, or stickers (optional).

Flannel Board Sunday Box

Photography by Robert Casey, posed by model

  1. Cut the flannel or other fabric 1/8″ (3 mm) less than the length and width of one side of the box; then glue it onto the box (see photograph).

  2. Decorate the rest of the box as you like, perhaps with drawings, pictures, illustrations of gospel stories, or photos of your family doing Sunday activities.

  3. Fill the box with games, puzzles, picture stories, and other activities provided in the Liahona or at Primary, or use some you have made.