Scripture Heroes Memory Game

I’m grateful that in my church we are given lots of opportunities to serve each other and the community. I am currently serving in the Children’s Sunday School, which we call Primary, as the 2nd Counselor. It is my third time back in Primary, and I just love it.

This week’s Sharing Time (lesson time) deals with scripture heroes, and they suggested a memory game. I made this one and wanted to share it with others serving in Primary or for families for Sabbath Day worship or Family Home Evening. Enjoy!

To Make:

Print out these files:

Download the PDF Files of the Scripture Heroes Memory Game

Color, add colorful card stock (in the same color) as a backing, and laminate. Attach magnets and play memory on a magnetized chalkboard.

For personal and church use only. Not for resale. All images are originals, but other clipart inspired mine.

“Studio C” T-Shirts









If your kids are anything like mine, they LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Studio C on BYU TV. They watch it incessantly and then there is the quoting. Yep, they quote it allllll the time! On any given day you can hear the following phrases in our house:

“Lobster Bisque”
“Captain Literal”
“Look into my eyes……my unblinking eyes!”
“Take my weapon and strike me down!”
They seriously love this show. So for Christmas it was only natural to want to buy them a Studio C t-shirt or hoodie. Unfortunately, when I went looking for something like this, there was not much to buy. One sad-looking (sorry Studio C) black t-shirt…in adult sizes.
Obviously, I do not own the rights to this show and cannot be making money off of its likeness — thank you everyone on Etsy who sell unlicensed character things — but I wanted to share this so others can make these t-shirts for their kids for Christmas. I would never want to take money away from our friends at Studio C to fund their awesome sketches, so when they start selling cool t-shirts, this free printable will go bye-bye, but until then…enjoy!
Note, I uploaded mine to VistaPrint and bought two youth t-shirts. They are having a Holiday Special if you log, things will be half-priced. I got the two shirts for $6 each.
You could also print the above designs to t-shirt paper you buy at your local super or office store and iron them on yourselves.



P.S.   Oh, and if you’re wondering “What in the heck is Studio C?” (Only the best show ever!) Here is a link to their site where you can watch episodes for FREE! It’s like Saturday Night Live, but it’s clean. Your kids can watch it, you can watch it and it’s funny and appropriate for everyone.