Crocheting simple slippers

A quick and easy way to make some warm slippers is to just crochet a simple double crochet rectangle. Chain as many stitches as your foot is long.
Then you gather the front part by weaving in and out and pulling together and then sewing up the front. Then stitch up the back part. I will post pictures when I finally dig out my camera.
That's all it is to warm comfy slippers for everyone. A great way to use up scraps. I bought a small ball (80g or 2.8 oz) of chunky wool lately for about $2 and had just enough to make a pair of slippers for my 16yo son.

Lesson Plan for Sunday School Teachers

I created a weekly lesson plan for Sunday School teachers because I couldn't find what I wanted online. This is for the LDS Church (the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints), but could really be used by any denomination.
I teach a bit unconventionally, I don't feel comfortable lecturing to kids and I am not a gifted teacher that way. I like more to have fun and sneak a little message in :-) I like interactive stuff, and I like listening to the kids. I currently teach 7-6 yos. They will be baptized when they are 8, so I am preparing them for that too.
I haven't a clue how to upload stuff available for others online, but I will give it a try.