These Family history printable handouts feature Now and Later candies and are fun for all ages! Grab our free printable!
Family History Printable Candy Handout
A quick and easy addition to any family history activity or lesson! These cards print 4 to a page. Simply attach a small package of Now and Laters or an individually wrapped piece of Now and Later candy!
I learned something recently. I learned that there aren’t many family history-themed printables for teens and even less with candy. I also learned that it isn’t easy to come up with a pun for family history related to candy because most candy and treats that are tree-themed (ie: family tree) look like Christmas trees. I had to think outside the box a bit with these, but am happy with how they turned out.
My daughter and her friend were asked to lead a discussion and lesson on family history at the end of the month (5th Sunday). They are the youth family history consultants for our congregation. They are coordinating the lesson, and I’m helping with the handout—because this kind of stuff is fun for me!
A sweet reminder for the youth to do the work for their ancestors now, and to continue on as they become adults.
There really is something special about opening the Family Tree app and browsing the memory tab for our grandparents, great-grandparents, and beyond. My 6-year-old son loves learning about the great-grandfather that he was named after.
The ones that we are going to pass out have a line at the bottom that has their contact info, but I left that off (obviously) for the printable file that I’m sharing today.
Family History Printable Quote
“Our grandparents watch—and wait—for us to identify them, be linked to them, and provide temple ordinances for them.”
The quote that I found was from President Nelson back in 1988 before he was called as the president of the church. It’s from a talk called A New Harvest Time.
Now And Later Candy
I bought my jar of Now and Later candy from Amazon. The listing has options for buying them in small packages like I did or buying a big jar of individually wrapped single pieces of candy.
You can attach these to the printable cards with glue dots or hot glue.
How To Download Family History Printable
Click HERE to download a copy of the printable. It prints 4 to a page.
- Print tags on card stock or copy paper.
- Print at 100%.
- Trim using scissors or a paper cutter.
- Glue Now and Later candies onto each card with hot glue or glue dots.
Welcome! I'm Brandy, mother to 5 darling kiddos and a cute black lab named Toby. My husband is in the Coast Guard so we've lived all over the place, turning each house into a home. I love baking, sewing, making cute things with my kids, and sharing what I've learned with all of you!