I looked around for some time trying to find some Article of Faith Que cards, and I ended up finding these ones:
I'm not exactly sure where I found these. I downloaded them and made several copies for the children in my primary class a few months back. But I do know they were created by Melanie Day, thanks Melanie!
Reasons why I like them:
1. I like that the que cards are shaped like the number of the Article of Faith it refers too.
2. I like that they have a place to punch a hole so you can put them on a ring.
3. I like that they can prompt children what to say next if they forget.
The Que Cards are obviously for older kids who know how to read - but I like the idea of having que cards instead of the whole article of faith written out to look at, that way it promotes memorization! It works really well for articles of faith that have a list of things like in 6, 7, and 13 - they can see what the first letter of the next word is, instead of looking at the whole word.
What I Did:
Printed them out on card stock
Colored each one a different color - by outlining in marker and coloring with crayon in the middle
Cut them out - including the holes in the numbers (but not the hole punch holes yet!)
And then cut them out and punched the holes!