Traditions are what ground us and strengthen our family’s sense of identity and contribute to a greater feeling of belonging. They remind us “this is who we are as a family.” This class is a month-by-month look at great traditions that encourage reading, writing, and family unity. See photos of “Christmas Around the World,” the “Candy Cane Workshop,” 2014 Reading Challenge, “No TV month,” The Game Challenge, Dr. Seuss Birthday Bash, Brimhall University Honors Program, family reunions, and much, much more! Take home new ideas to try and create your own holidays and traditions!
Kari Brimhall is the mom of five fabulous kids. She graduated from Brigham Young University in Education with an emphasis in teaching the gifted and talented. She loves to create in the kitchen, teach classes, write, paint, and tell stories. She has served in a number of church, community, and leadership responsibilities. She served as the LDSHE Youth Conference president for four years. Married to her best friend, VonLogan, they can be found any night of the week cooking, writing, creating art, and laughing around the dinner table!