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RS Reality Check – A Transition Skit

This light-hearted skit was shared by Bonnie C, who says “Following the latest council from the General Authorities to help the Young Women transition to Relief Society, we wrote the attached skit and presented it in a combined opening exercises. We will next teach a lesson to the Laurels about the history and current goals and activities in Relief Society. This skit takes about 5 min. to present and was…
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Follow the Yellow Brick Road (Temple Skit)

Brenda H. shared this script for a skit that uses the popular story The Wizard of Oz to teach about the virtues needed to attend the temple. The entire script is written in rhyme, which would make it very easy to memorize. In addition to Wizard of Oz costumes, you’ll need the following props: * Bean Bag with signs for obstacle * Temple Backdrop * Sign that says (Path of…
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American Idol Standards Night Script

Jechelle S. shared this script she wrote that uses the American Idol format to teach Standards from For the Strength of Youth. The script calls for 10 youth contestants who each teach about a different standard through their speeches. There are also the 3 adult judges and an announcer, and there’s a place at the end for a Stake President or Bishop to speak. The contestants are: Ace “I’m Too”…
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YW Sisters at the Virtue Deli – New Beginnings Script

Fran Stucki wrote this script that uses a giant object lesson, a 6 foot sub sandwich, to teach Young Women values from For the Strength of Youth. Here’s what Fran says: “This is a New Beginnings Program specifically for 2007. It is a take on the theme (Let virtue garnish thy thoughts…) It is a Cooking Demonstration Show set at the Virtue Deli. It is presented by the YW Sisters….
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Keeping Christ in Christmas

We made up this skit for Super Saturday 2009 followed by a Christmas song. The skit reminds us in a humorous way of the things we can do to keep Christ in Christmas. A lot of people in our area are bilingual so the “mas”at the beginning of the play goes in Christmas. You can insert names of people in your ward to personalize it.

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