“We know that helping children to love and enter the temple is worth every effort and sacrifice. It holds the key to one of our greatest hopes and joys—a family that is forever.” —Primary general presidency
2. Preparing our families for the Temple
"Our greatest challenge is to prepare our families for the temple. Parents have the primary responsibility, but grandparents, aunts and uncles, even brothers and sisters all may teach the family."
3. Preparing children to make and keep covenants
"What is the covenant path?: Bishop Gary E. Stevenson has said, "In our lives...certain things are absolutely essential...These spiritual markers are the essential God-given...ordinances of the gospel," which include: baptism and confirmation, priesthood ordination, and temple ordinances."
4.Temple family home evening lesson
Using a Ziploc bag, fill it with little people toys or things to represent the family. Don’t zip it up. Turn it upside down and show what happens to our family when we are not sealed. Then show how we stay together when the bag is sealed.
Use strips of paper and write the names of each family member on a strip. Staple or tape each strip into a ring and hook them together to make a chain showing that we are all linked or sealed together.
My kids are going to LOVE this!!