Tag Archive: standards night

Temple Dress – White Hanky Card

This white dress card is for giving a handkerchief to someone who is preparing to attend the temple for the first time. It has a poem on the back that reads: Tuck this white handkerchief away, Then take it out to be used on a very special day, When you go to the temple to make covenants And receive your own Temple Endowment. Here are the instructions Step 1 –…
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Personal Progress Values Classroom Banners – temple style

Our personal progress classroom temple banners fit on four pages or less. I created them to be used at New beginnings or when you are focusing on a particular value during the month; however, you’ll find lots of uses for them at camp and other activities, I’m sure. Simply print out the pages, align the overlap, and tape for a beautiful classroom poster! Enjoy! Sample image:

Arise and Shine Forth Personal Progress Magnets

This magnet idea was submitted several months ago, but it got lost in my inbox somehow…. It was submitted by Janine B who says, “I thought it would be a good idea to have the girls pick their value projects and write them somewhere where their parents would see them too. I printed these fridge magnets thinking that if their goals were on their refrigerators they would also be on…
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Personal Progress Values Classroom Banners – stitch style

Our personal progress classroom cross stitch style banners fit on five pages or less. I created them to be used at New beginnings or when you are focusing on a particular value during the month; however, you’ll find lots of uses for them at camp and other activities, I’m sure. Simply print out the pages, align the overlap, and tape for a beautiful classroom poster! Enjoy!

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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Young Women – universal 1/2 sheet card

This card template was made using my LDS Digital Scrapbooking elements. This makes two cards per 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of paper. It has a ribbon with the flower elements and the word “Young Women” in the bottom right quadrant in “Scriptina” font. There is plenty of space on this card to type in the title of your event, and it’s generic enough to use for birthday cards, invitations,…
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Kryptonite Dating Standards Activity

Kim A. compiled several ideas to create this Standards Night activity idea. It uses a kryptonite object lesson to teach dating standards — run, don’t resist. It also includes a list of celestial dating rules said to have been passed out by President Hinckley by ywconnection.com. I have no way of verifying this claim, but have no special reason to doubt it either. In my version of Word, the bag…
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Modesty Matters – Music ONLY

This cute skit uses Disney songs and fairy tales to teach principles of modesty. Submitted by the author, Lisa T. Hansen. Here’s what Lisa says about Modesty Matters: Our stake produced a 45 minute play titled “Modesty Matters.” It features four scenes from Fairy Tales. The heroine of each tale learns a lesson about modesty while a King and Magic Mirror observe and narrate the play. The short musical numbers…
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