This chart is designed to help you set goals and accomplish them. By seeing which days you read you are more motivated to not miss a day. Kirsten gave some good tips of helping your family become regular readers. The hardest part is getting started, but as Elder Bednar said “Consistency is key!”
This year we have the chart in 3 sizes – 16×20″ you can use as a family. Ours hangs in the hall by our children’s room and we use smiley face stickers to mark the days we have read. There’s also a smaller 8.5×11″ size and an even smaller size, that will fit in the front of scriptures. Our stake has challenged us to up our personal scripture study and I plan on keeping this in the front of my scriptures to keep me on track.
On the left side of every month is a heart you can mark off when you have Family Home Evening, and at the bottom of the chart are the month you can use to help keep track of temple attendance.
2018 Scripture Reading Chart
8.5 x 11″
16 x 20″
Have Joy Designs has a coordinating 2018 LDS Mutual Themed printable bundle available in her shop.
There is also a free scripture reading chart themed for the primary available on her site.
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