I’m working on a project with our School of Education - these are digital “badges” that students earn as they are certified in various classroom technologies.
These are a series of teaching aids for the Plan of Salvation (Preach My Gospel Lesson 2 for LDS Missionaries). I made a similar set on my mission in Japan and used them often - they’re especially fun to use with kids, because the “spirit body” slides in and out of the “physical body,” making them like paper dolls, but it works well in lessons for adults as well.
I wanted to offer a variety of languages for those who want to use them on missions - they’re easy to cut out and laminate and you tape together the physical body with clear packing tape (this works best if the physical body is laminated and the spirit body isn’t, or if you’ve trimmed very carefully and left a little extra room on the physical body).
If you or someone you know wants to request another language, just send me a comment - I might even be able to change the doll’s outfit to another cultural costume if you like. Feel free to share it around!
The only trick is that, for now, they’re sized as A3 (international paper size) and so if you print them in the US you’ll have to make sure you scale it to fit on 11x17 paper. Your local print shop should be able to help you do this and they usually offer heavier papers (like glossy cover) that make it look really nice.
Here are the links to download the PDFs:
Chinese - Traditional Characters (Taiwan)
Chinese - Simplified Characters (Mainland China or international)
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