Thanks to an image from The Idea Door and Adobe Illustrator’s Live Trace, I bring you …. drum roll … a version of the Beehive class symbol that’s big enough to actually use!
Shalee M. says, “Here is a spotlight paper that I made for our new beehives coming in to Young Womens. We use this the first day they come into Young Womens so the girls can get to know her better.”
Black and white.
Meaghann Y. shared this document that she created for her Beehive class presidencies. She says, “This is a copy of the binder that I put together for each member of my Beehive presidency. It could be easily altered for any other class presidencies as well.”
It has several pages of leadership instructions and, my favorite, a clear list of presidency responsibilities.
8 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches, color.
This handout was submitted by D. Burke for her Beehive class. It includes several fill-in-the-blank questions, the scriptures and questions from the lesson, and the story from the lesson.
Sister Burke says: “I usually use handouts that cover the entire lesson so I can mail it to those that did not attend. This lesson was especially good as we are preparing for camp and want to use our best ‘agencies’. Enjoy.”
2 pages, 8 1/2 x 11, color.
Tami L. shared this classroom sign she created using some of the Chris Gunn clipart.
Tawny C. says, “I … included some welcome signs we created. We tied them with raffia to the YW posters for the different age groups.”
1 per page, 8.5 x 11 inches, color.