“Family Home Evening Ideas,” Ensign, Feb. 2014, 3
“Noah,” page 10: Consider telling the story of Noah using shadow puppets. In a dark room, shine a light (such as a flashlight) on the wall. You and your family can use your arms and hands to make shadow shapes on the wall to tell about the ark, animals, rain, dove, and rainbow. Consider finishing the activity by discussing ways we can follow our living prophets today and by singing “Follow the Prophet” (Children’s Songbook, 110) or another song about prophets.
“Living a Life of Peace, Joy, and Purpose,” page 34: Elder Richard G. Scott offers 10 suggestions to help us be successful in life. Consider focusing on two or three of these and discussing how they can be applied in your family’s life. Conclude by reading Elder Scott’s 10th suggestion and watching the Mormon Messages for Youth video “A Secure Anchor” (lds.org/youth/video/a-secure-anchor).
“Nourishing Our Bodies and Our Spirits,” page 68: Review the article with your family and discuss how our actions related to food have both physical aspects (health, nutrition) and spiritual aspects (service, gratitude). For younger children, you could prepare paper cutouts of a ship, a net, and healthy and unhealthy foods. Take turns “fishing,” using the net to scoop up the food. Place the healthy foods on the right side of the ship and the unhealthy foods on the left side.