LDS SEMINARY BOOK OF MORMON CANDY TAGS
★These tags help you to easily express your love and encouragement to your students through their favorite medium: candy! There are a total of 9 tags that can be used over and over again. Use them for holidays, birthdays, or any day you want to your students to have a special treat from you!
There are 9 different candy tags.
-"Thanks for being here today. You're awesome." -Use this tag for any candy or treat. This tag is a great reminder that you love seeing your students.
-"Chews to read the Book of Mormon." -Attach gum or any chewy candy to this tag to encourage your students to keep reading the Book of Mormon.
-"Thanks for ROLLING out of bed for Seminary!" -Attach this tag to cinnamon rolls, swiss rolls, or rolo candies...this tag will make the kids smile when walk into seminary!
-"Read up, Butter Cup! Reading the Book of Mormon could be the best part of your day!" This tag is for peanut butter cups. It's a great reminder that reading the Book of Mormon helps us as we go throughout our day.
-"ORANGE you glad you came to seminary today?" -This tag is perfect on oranges (of course!), orange rolls, or orange candies.
-"Thanks for being awesome." -This tag is perfect for any occasion. Attach it to a favorite candy bar for birthdays, holidays, or cold winter days.
-"Seminary & chocolate make life good." A fun reminder that seminary can bless their day. Attach it to anything chocolate!
-"Don't be a SUCKER! Read the Book of Mormon." Kids love suckers and this cute and sassy card reminds kids that blessings only come if they read!
-"Happy Birthday" Celebrate your student's birthday the easy way. Just cut out and attach to any treat.
Print these tags as many times as you want and need!
****OTHER HELPFUL DETAILS*****
✱ You can get this game at a deep discount by purchasing it as part of the Seminary Book of Mormon Printable Kit.
✱You will receive these candy tags in pdf format.
PLEASE NOTE: No physical item will be shipped. The customer is responsible for downloading, printing, and assembling. Printed colors may vary slightly from what you see on your monitor, simply because the colors on computer monitors vary due to settings, lighting, etc.
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