It’s definitely a “here a little, there a little project”, but I’m happy to share that I’ve been updating some of my LDS resources pages and files this week. I noticed on my stats page that the top three things people are searching for are hitting my Jungle Theme for young women, Activity Days page/files…
This is the handout I made this morning for today’s lesson. The quote is from a recent General Young Women’s Broadcast, “Remember Who You Are!” by Sister Elaine S. Dalton. I’m using it for my lesson 41 “The Ability to Succeed”.
It’s conference time! What better mutual activity than one where the girls put together conference kits for themselves and/or family?
There are so many great ideas for these type of kits online. With ten girls and a budget, I had to largely put ours together with availability of low cost items. I hit our local dollar store and for $22 got several items the girls enjoyed.
Knowing it wouldn’t take us the full time just to compile our kits, we started with a project for the kits that would take a little more time. I purchased large index cards and had each girl count out 15. Then I gave each girl a print out of the first presidency and apostles to cut and paste on each card. I found an easy printout by viewing the speakers link on the church website for last conference. It looks like this:
I had also invited the girls to bring an old copy of a conference Ensign as they could easily cut out those colored images as well. (This is also very helpful in assembling the cards in order if desired.) They cut these out, pasted them on each page, put a single hole punch in the corner and held them together with an oversized paper clip.
At the end of the activity, we still had time remaining so I had them write the titles of last conferences’ talks on the respective cards. It was a fun discussion remembering what had been said and a good comparison point for listening this conference.
I also printed out the