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I've created an index for my youth activity ideas.  Many of 
which could be adapted and used for Activity Days.

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                                CLICK HERE for information on how to use Faith in God in Activity Days


 Developing Talents
 Gospel Standards Activities and Helps
 Holiday and Special Occasion Ideas
 Learning and Living the Gospel
 Miscellaneous Ideas and Helps
 Modesty Activities
 Parent Activities (Mother/Daughter - Father/Daughter Activities)
 Preparing for Young Women
 Recognition Activity Ideas
 Serving Others
 Stake Activity Day Ideas
 Unity Activity Ideas
 Word of Wisdom Activity Ideas


 Activity Binder and files by Caitlin Luther
Activity Day Binder Cover by Tammy Griffin
Activity Day Binder Printables by Chrissy Lee
 Activity Day Binders by Cassie vonWeller
 Activity Day Binders by Kathleen Revoir
 Activity Day Ideas and Binders by Kathleen Revoir
 Cassie's Activity Day Binder Cover by Cassie vonWeller


 Activity Days Agenda by Cassie vonWeller
 Faith in God conducting sheet by Vicki Hall


 Article of Faith Activity Ideas


 Activity Day Roll Log by Cassie vonWeller


Faith in God Award for Girls by Cami Jones
Faith in God Certificates by Kristin Hollingsworth
 Faith in God Charm Bracelet by Mary Ann Clements


 Birthday Postcards by Sharlee Ritz
 Brownies in a Bottle by Shannon Allen
 Buy a fancy balloon and use the child's favorite candy as the weight.
 I give each girl a gift when they turn twelve and leave the program. It could easily be a birthday gift, as well. I buy an inexpensive small photo album. I have found great ones at Ross. They are just the kind the girls love...with faux fur and things like "princess' or "angel" on the front. They are about $3.99 each. You could probably find them at a dollar store as well. I make sure  I take lots of photos of our Activity Days activities. I get double prints or scan them and put photos of them in their books! It makes a nice keepsake of their Activity Days and their families love to see the activities we have done throughout the years. (Kath in California)
 I send them a homemade card for their birthdays and I try to acknowledge them at church the week of their birthday and tell them happy birthday.
 Party Popper Gift by Margie Woodruff
 We make a special tiny birthday cake for each girl when it's their birthday.  We write on it "Happy Birthday Emily" and they got to wear a little crown as they were the "princess for a day." The girls really looked forward to getting their very own little cake. (Mary Tingey)
 Marble Refrigerator Magnets - Check it out...easy to make and really cute!

CALENDAR(S) - Click here for blank and dated calendars

CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES - Here are some calendar schedules you have submitted:

 2009 Activity Day Schedule by Kristi Malcolm
 A years worth of activities by Rebecca Jones
 Activities for a year by Regina Slaugh
 Activity Day Ideas by Liz Lindsey
 Activity Day Ideas from the Friend Magazine by Tasha Reeves
 Calendar of Ideas by Kathleen Revoir
 We have a planning meeting every January where I've printed out various ideas in a big font and tape them around the room. Girls and parents are invited as are the incoming girls for the year. We write the calendar dates for our whole year on the chalkboard and allow the girls to take turns choosing activities they want to do - and placing them on our calendar. If they have an additional idea they can add that too. Depending on turnout - we allow the parents to choose activities too. We keep going until our year is completely planned. We take time to talk about activity days for the new girls and make sure we have everyone's contact information. The finalized calendar is passed out at our next meeting. We meet every other week throughout the year - so it's pretty regular to plan. (Idea shared by Sheridan Steffler / ga12162007)   


 Activity Days - Boys
 Activity Days - Girls
 Inactive Candy Bar Wrapper


 Activity Day Angel  
 Activity Day Clipart from Mormon Share


Faith in God FHE Ideas


 Faith in God Boys Planning Sheet by Diane Tamariki
 Faith in God Girls Planning Sheet by Diane Tamariki


 Lots more Get-to-know you games


 Activity Day Printable Cards by Johanna Wood
 Faith in God Bookmarks by Liz Otto
 Faith in God Schedule by Diane Tamariki


 I created a newsletter called the Activity Days Tribune! I send it out each month, sometimes twice and I send it to all the girls individually! I send it to the same house twice if I have to, if there are sisters. My girls love getting stuff in the mail. In the newsletter I include birthdays, upcoming events and activities, a spot light which centers on a different girl each newsletter and tells all about her, (likes, dislikes, hobbies, favorite things, her family, etc.). THEY LOVE IT! It also has a spot for the parents that tells them about our activities and important things they should know. Like if the girls need to wear tennis shoes and not sandals. (Idea by Cassie vonWeller / ga07222008)


 Object Lessons related to the Activity Day Program


 Activity Days Code of Conduct
 Activity Day Printable Cards by Johanna Wood
 Faith in God Canvas Bag by Anne Ficklin
 Faith in God Iron On Transfer for Canvas Bag by Lynelle Klein
 Frequently Asked Questions by Lorena Brown  / ga12072006
 Getting the girls involved by Trish
 Helper Board by Cassie vonWeller
 How to be a great Activity Day Leader
 I write notes to my girls about once a month. Just something simple -- thanks for helping to clean up, I appreciate your kindness to a younger child, I noticed that you were sitting reverently at church, etc. If a girl has a birthday coming up, I'll write them a special birthday card and send it. They LOVE getting mail! (Credit Unknown)
 Recognition Cards by Lorena Brown
 Sample Conducting Sheet
 Teaching and Expecting Appropriate Behavior - a series of interactive lessons will give you a wealth of ideas on how to teach and expect appropriate behavior.
 Using Faith in God with Activity Days
 WAGS the dog by Deborah Naves 
 Walk His Path by Rachel Rebarchik and Ken Jones
 Where to get ideas - Many of great ideas for activities can come from library books. Look for books on children's parties, or check the juvenile book section for various topics like crafts, activities, etc.  Just go and wander up and down the isles in a section that looks promising. Other great sources for ideas are "The Friend" Magazine.  It has lots of great ideas including games. Another good resource for ideas is the Girl Scout Handbook, which can be purchased at the local Girl Scout Council.


 Parental or Guardian Permission and Medical Release Forms


 Charming Gifts - A great place to get all sorts of charms for activity days and more!
 Faith in God board by Jaci Farstead
 Faith In God (Boys & Girls) Posters - Parents are anxious to help and encourage their children but most don't fully understand the program. Just click on the box that reads, "Primary Faith In God".  Posters are around $2.50 each.


 Faith in God Charm Bracelet by Mary Ann Clements


 I have enjoyed the following schedule with my Activity Day girls.  For most of the activities I schedule for 1 hour and 15 minutes.  When they arrive at my house I have them work on cross stitch or needlepoint projects for the first 10-15 minutes to allow all of the girls to get there.  We then say our opening prayer and work on memorizing one of the articles of faith for 5-10 minutes.  We then do our scheduled activity.  We then spend the last 5-10 minutes writing in our journals.  Shared by Jessica Williams  / ga09242007


 2009 Faith in God Sharing Time Ideas by Sarah Hunter
 2010 Faith in God Sharing Time Ideas by Sarah Hunter


 Faith in God Tracking Charts by Maggie Jones


 Fostering Faith in God by Colleen Menlove from July 2003 Ensign


Activity Day Binder and Printables by Chrissy Lee
 Activity Day Tracking Record by Wanda Walter
 Activity Day Requirements
 Computerized Tracking System
 Faith in God Achievement Record by Annie Col√≥n 
 Faith in God Chart for Girls by Valerie Gifford
Faith in God Planner by Amber Brown
 Faith in God Progress Sheets by Mary Ann Clements - for girls and boys
 Faith in God Project Commitment and Leader Forms by Angela Williams
 Faith in God Requirement Checklist for Girls and Boys by Becky Wright
 Faith in God Tracker by Wendy Clasen
 Faith in God Tracker for Boys by Wendy Clasen
 Faith in God Tracking Sheet by Angela Williams
 Faith in God Tracking Sheet by Mary Ann Clements 
 Faith in God Tracking Sheet for boys by Lana White
 Faith in God Tracking Sheets for boys and girls by Katy Burch 
Faith in God Tracking Sheets and Book Printable by Janferay McAnnalley
Faith in God Tracking Sheet for Scouts/Activity Days by Tiersa Ludlow
 Faith in God (Boys and Girls) Tracking Sheets
 Faith in God Tracking Sheet
 Two Faith in God Tracking Sheets by Natalie Malouf


 Using Music in Activity Days (Video segment - click on TV at top of page) - see an example of how using Primary songs in activity days reinforces gospel principles and generates unity.


 A bushel and a peck
 Activity Day Blog - LeAnn writes, "I have created a blog for our Primary Activity Nights... we have photos/descriptions of every activity and we have upcoming activities listed. It has been a great way for the 30 girls/parents to keep informed!! We take pictures of the girls that stay to help clean up... and we always have an on-time drawing, so we started to take pictures of that as well!!
 Activity Day Ideas
Activity Day Ideas Blog
 Faith in God Ideas
 Faith in God - Primary
 Holly's Corner
 LDS Activity Day Ideas Blog
 LDS Activity Days
 Wendy's Activities


 "Introduction to the Faith in God Program" letter by Kim Ramey
 To welcome new girls coming into Activity Days with me I deliver a plain notebook (which I buy when they are on sale for 10 cents each) to them on their birthday.  I have a note taped to the front to welcome them to my Activity Day group and ask them to please have the front decorated by the time they come to our first scheduled Activity Day.  We then use the notebooks for journals.  (by Jessica Williams / ga09253007)
 Welcome Cans - An idea that I have, for welcoming new girls is to visit their house when they turn eight. I am making cans (soup or vegetable) that are covered really cute with embellishments and paper. I am tying the cans to helium balloons and filling them with a few treats, a scripture pencil, Articles of Faith bookmark, birthday card and the faith in God booklet. This is a happy birthday and welcome to activity days all in one! (Idea by Darlene)
 Welcome to the Activity Day Program! - they might feel more welcomed if something special is done just for them.  A cute basket or packet made for her might be just the thing.  Line basket with a cute fabric and add (Idea taken from Women's Conference):

- Activity Days booklet
- Upcoming Activity Days events
- Leaders names and phone numbers
- Welcoming letter from leader
- Scripture stickers. A lot of girls get new scriptures for their eighth birthday - they might be a fun new thing
- Favorite candy of new girl
- Small gift and letter from parent (may be a miniature Primary Song or Hymn Book)
- Article of Faith card


 Faith in God Activity Day Yahoo Group
 LDS Activity Day Yahoo Group