I LOVE the prompt for Light the World this year: The world needs your light. Over the years, I’ve had a lot of opportunities to work with kids. One of my favorite things is to see how different each child is. I love seeing how passionate they are about life and how willing they are to learn and grow. It has been my pleasure to help some of the kids I’ve taught to see how they can find the special things about themselves and share and serve in their special and unique way.
I hope you as parents and teachers can help the children in your life do the same. This year, as we’re all looking for who needs our light, encourage these special children to look for ways they, personally can share their light–that special list that makes them unique. Then remind them that when they serve and share love, they’re sharing the light of Christ.
This free printable list is a great way to help children learn how to share their light. Share this list with your own kids or the Primary kids you teach! It includes 25 ways kids can share their light. I created this in a way that it can be used as a calendar or a list to choose randomly from. It would be great to start on December 1st!
Feel free to print as many as you need, but please link back to my website here if you’re going to share online. This list can be printed on a standard 8.5 x 11 inch page. Please remember my free printables are for personal use only. Please do not make any changes, claim them as your own, or sell them. Please let me know if you have any questions by commenting below or sending me a message.
Looking for more ideas?
– Download a list of 50 ideas to share your light by clicking here.
– Visit LightTheWorld.org
– Find a Giving Machine near you or donate online by clicking here.
– Watch The Christ Child on the Church website by clicking here.
This is my own personal printable and is not made, provided, approved, nor endorsed by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is created using ideas I’ve gathered over the years and used for a number of different lists. Some of the ideas overlap with ideas provided by the Church.