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A list of Home Teaching resources, handouts, and sites to help improve your Home Teaching.
  1. Visiting Teaching

Better Home Teaching
These ideas can help better your home teaching including your relationship with your companion and the families you visit. There are four different home teaching areas, including ideas for home teaching less active families.

Home Teaching Candy Wrappers: LDS Chocolate Bars
These printable wrappers cover M-AZING candy bars and make wonderful handouts and gifts for Home Teaching!

Home Teaching Candy Wrappers: LDS SoulSavers
These printable candy wrappers cover lifesavers candies and make great home teaching handouts!

Home Teaching: Dressed to Serve
These images make great Home Teaching handouts! You can either make your own images or print out the available clipart.

Home Teaching Jeopardy Game
This Home Teaching Jeopardy Game is perfect for an Elder's Quorum or ward activity!

Home Teaching Pyramid
A fun diagram depicting how your relationships should be with your home teaching companions, the families you visit, and the Lord.

Home Teaching Shirt and Card
These fun cards are easy to make and can be used for Missionaries, Father's Day, or for your Home Teachers! (Or if you are a Home Teacher you can give these cards out to your Home Teaching families.)

Home Teaching: The Stewardship Cycle
The Stewardship Cycle is an effective visual aid showing the ongoing steps of our responsibilities with home teaching, visiting teaching, and other church callings. This cycle can also apply to our stewardship as parents, grandparents, etc.

Home Teaching: LDSTeach.com
Excellent Home Teaching website for information, ideas, helps, experiences, and even a newsletter for Home Teachers.

Home Teaching Tool: Return and Report
This is a free tool that helps home teaching leaders by sending out email reminders to teachers. Optionally this tool can also be used to report home teaching results.

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