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This new take on a classic board game is geared toward teaching LDS children to Choose The Right. With cute whimsical illustrations it's sure to catch the attention of kids in primary, family home evening, or anywhere else!
This game comes as a digital file in jpeg format with game board and game pieces all on one sheet. It measures 20x30 inches and can be printed (poster size) at Costco, Sam's club or your favorite printer.
*Dice are not included.
Choices and Consequences pictured include:
Brushing teeth to get no cavities
Studying to get good grades
Reading the Scriptures to gain a testimony or feel the spirit
Doing temple work to help those beyond the veil and gain their gratitude and help
Protecting someone from a bully to make a friend
Doing the work to enjoy the fruits of your labors (cookies)
Eating vegetables to grow strong and tall
Praying to receive inspiration
Helping those in need helps build loving relationships
Playing video games all night makes you too tired to pay attention in school
littering/not cleaning up after yourself makes you a dirty person
crying wolf (telling lies) makes others disbelieve you
stealing puts you in jail
cheating gets you in trouble
talking back to parents gets you in time out
reading or watching bad things puts bad thoughts in your head and makes you feel bad
Using bad language gets your mouth washed out with soap
harming others or their property requires restitution
**This game can also be found on my blog, but is cut up into sections for you to print at home.
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I am grateful that so many people seem to like my drawings. I love to make people happy and I love that I can do that with my artwork . Heavenly Father has blessed me in this regard beyond my ability to contain it! While I would love to do custom work, the demand on my time has become too great. In an effort to keep my life balanced and to keep my family my top priority I have made the prayerful decision that I no longer do custom work.