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ACTIVITIES:

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Midweek activities centered around... Knowledge

CANDY BAR WRAPPERS:

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Knowledge Candy Bar Wrapper

CLIPART:

alt Knowledge clipart
alt Knowledge clipart  (color)  or (Black & White)

GAMES:

alt A game of values 

HANDOUTS:

alt Value Bookmarks by Nancy Yang
alt YW Values (Printable) from Mormonshare.com 
alt Young Women Values Pencil Cards

LESSON HELPS: 

alt One of the things I did when I taught this was to teach a little about the 7 kinds of intelligence (interpersonal, intrapersonal, kinetic, mathematics, language, music, and spatial) You can do a google search to get good definitions of each of these. I just told about how intelligence isn't a "yes" or a "no" sort of thing, nor is it something to be measured by grades. Like spiritual gifts, each of us comes with stronger abilities in some and lesser in others. The idea of knowledge is to build upon our strengths and work on improving our weaknesses. I got a lot of feedback on this, including from one leader who said she'd felt dumb her whole life because she had never been good with academic things. But she realized that she had other intellectual gifts and the knowledge she had developed there was just as important as the things measured by a report card. (Idea by Jen Nielsen)
alt The Wizard of Oz

MUSIC:

alt Hymns that correlate with the value "Knowledge"

OBJECT LESSONS:

alt Knowledge requires faith
alt Sandwich in Learning

OTHER:

alt CTR rings 
alt Value Cover Sheets (Knowledge)


PERSONAL PROGRESS HELPS:

alt Goals on Knowledge in Personal Progress Program
alt Value Experiences and Value Projects on Knowledge (Really good resource)

POEMS:

alt What is Green?

QUOTES:

alt One Liners
alt Quick Quotes
alt Quotes on Learning from LDS Daily WOOL

SCRAPBOOK PAPER:

alt YW Value Scrapbook Paper by Andrea Walker

STORIES:

alt God's Embroidery
alt Socrates and Wisdom

VALUE PROJECT IDEAS:

alt I had a couple of my Mia Maids volunteer time in my first grade classroom. They would come and tutor first graders with reading for 30 minutes once a week until they met their 10 hours for the Knowledge Project. My students loved having them come and help them.  (Idea by Tara Hammer / ga05192008)






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