Half the year is over! How has your Come Follow Me lessons and studies gone? Keep your family motivated to read with my July’s scripture reading chart as we dive into the book of Acts.
My scripture reading charts have a number for each day of the month. Rather than focus on how much each person needs to read every day, these charts encourage the daily habit. Use these reading charts to:
Encourage family scripture study. Hang it on your wall and color it in every day you read as a family.
Keep track of your personal reading habit.
Inspire your church class to read along throughout the week.
Keep track of another habit you want to improve as you use the Come Follow Me manual
Color and review some of the lessons taught in June (there is a version without numbers)
See if your family or class can figure out what each part of the scene has to do with the New Testament.
Pick a goal before you start so you can cheer each other on as you read throughout the month. Sometimes it’s easy to get discouraged when you skip a day but if you have a 90% fill in goal, it’s easier to keep going when you make a mistake. In our family, we also reward with a bigger treat like a special trip to the ice cream store for those that accomplish the goal. It’s a great motivator to develop a great lifelong habit.
Looking for some fun prizes for your chart rewards? Check out my Amazon Idea Lists. There are all sorts of fun for various ages.
If you want a more grown up version, see the weekly Come Follow Me reading chart on my general helps page.
P.S. If you want to give a scripture reading chart to your whole ward primary and it’s more than 20 people, it’s okay. Go ahead.