Hygiene and Sanitation Storage

POWER IN PREPAREDNESS! Week 6: Hygiene and Sanitation Storage

Family Home Evening—Choose what works for your family.


When I Am Baptized, and My Heavenly Father Loves Me (Children’s Songbook, p. 103 and 228); Come, Ye Children of the Lord (Hymns, p. 58)

Book of Mormon Story

Alma baptizes in the waters of Mormon.
Read Mosiah 18:1-22.

Discussion Questions

  1. What did Alma do after he fled from King Noah?
    He taught the people the words of Abinadi about Christ.
  2. What was the name of the fountain of pure water?
    The waters of Mormon
  3. How many people did Alma baptize in the waters of Mormon?


  1. Baptism is an essential ordinance that washes away our sins. Partaking of the sacrament enables us to renew our baptismal covenants, repent, and become clean again.
  2. Cleanliness is next to godliness. Being clean is uplifting and rejuvenating.
  3. We can be healthier and more cheerful in an emergency when we store hygiene and sanitation supplies.

Activity Ideas

  1. Store essential hygiene and sanitation supplies in your 72-hour kits.
  2. Assemble a sanitation bucket.
  3. Inventory your hygiene and sanitation supplies and identify your storage goals.
  4. Draw smiley faces on toilet paper packages. (The cardboard centers are the “eyes.”)

Treat Ideas

  1. Gummy worms
  2. Vanilla and chocolate pudding
  3. Mississippi Mud
    1. Mix together and spread in a 9” x 13” pan:
      • 26 Oreo cookies, finely crushed
      • ⅓ c. melted butter
    2. Freeze for 20 minutes.
    3. Mix together:
      • 2 (3½ oz.) boxes instant chocolate pudding
      • 2½ c. milk
    4. Fold into the pudding:
      • 8 oz. whipped topping
    5. Spread the pudding mixture over the frozen cookie crust and freeze for another 20 minutes.
    6. If desired, top with more Oreo cookie chunks or chocolate syrup.

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