Treat Tuesday #18 – Kneaded Bread
Today’s Treat includes a quote from August’s Visiting Teaching Message. I’ve gotten a few requests to get ahead of my game, and post the handouts for the following month. So, here’s me trying to post a something with a quote from next month’s message for those of you who love to go early or even on the 1st of the month. You go girls!!! (Too bad I’m not like that just yet.)
68. Kneader’s Treat, Kneaded Bread Dough or Fresh Bread: “A few of the basic attributes needed to become a lifelong learner are courage, faithful desire, humility, patience, curiosity, and a willingness to communicate and share the knowledge that we gain. . . .” Elder Robert D. Hales of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Ensign, August 2009.
Just give a treat from Kneaders (make sure it has the Kneaders sticker), bread dough (with instructions for baking) or even bread already made (my fave!). Just let them know it’s already been “kneaded” for them. Get it? LOL
Download VT Printable Tags:
Download this week’s Treat Tuesday Tags for Visiting Teachers PDF by clicking the image below.
- Just print on patterned/colored paper or cardstock
- Cut it out.
- Punch a hole, use ribbon or tape to add it to the treat.
- Don’t forget to sign both of your names when gifting so they know it came from their Visiting Teachers.