Preparing Activity Day Girls for Young Women
13 pages (color/black-and-white visuals, instructions – INCLUDES INVITATION)
Help girls complete the following activities while they are 11 years old. Activities with planner forms will help them prepare to become a righteous young woman and participate in the Young Women Personal Progress program.
GO TO EACH FORM BELOW TO FIND MORE IDEAS (to present each form).
SPECIAL ACTIVITY to introduce Goals 1-5 and present 5 planner forms:
1. DOWNLOAD and Print Invitations and Planner Forms: Give invitations ahead of time. You can print planner forms in black and white or color. DOWNLOAD set includes: 1 invitation and 5 planner forms (to purchase click the Buy Now button above).
2. Present Goals Using Forms. Have a different parent or leader take 10 minutes to present each goal, giving girls the black and white planner form for each goal. Tell them that when they pass off the goal they can receive a colored form to fill in their progress to keep in their scrapbook. (See Goal #2 and invite a beehive leader/class president or Young Woman leader to present this one.) This can be done on a State level with 20 girls – 2 or more in each workshop. Rotate classes and then serve group refreshments. Click on the subjects below to find ideas for each goal presentation).
3. Ideas to Present Forms. To present ideas, click on the various planner form subjects below. Have a leader present each planner form and ideas pertaining to that form. Encourage girls to take home and post black and white forms on their mirror and work on them and fill them in. (See #4 below.)
4. Passing off Goals. Have an individual meeting where girls meet with
their Activity Days leader to pass off the five goals. Then give them the
colored version of the form to fill in and post in their room or place in a
Goal Planner Forms to Make Achieving Goals 1-5 Easy:
After studying the thirteenth article of faith, make a list of things that are uplifting and virtuous. Discuss with a parent or leader how you can seek after these things.
Talk with the beehive class presidency or a member of the Young Women presidency about the purpose and importance of the Young Women program.
Read “The Family: A Proclamation to the World.” Make a list of things you can do to help strengthen your family and make a happy home. Share the list with your parents or Primary leader.