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Tool: Use our memorizing tool to help children learn their Articles of Faith.
Achievement Days Overview: This is a meeting for children ages 8 through 11 held twice a month (usually midweek during the daytime) and focuses on areas listed in the My Achievement Days booklet.
We were finished in 3 hours and the cost was very minimal. Submitted by Chris Activity Days Overview: These are quarterly functions for children ages 3 through 11.
These activities give children opportunities to have fun with one another as they participate in anything from cultural to service-related activities.
Teachers then hold periodic interviews with individual children to help them select and plan goals (and how they'll accomplish them) and listen to experiences the children had in striving to accomplish the goals.
When a child completes the program, a member of the Primary presidency meets with the child to discuss the achieved goals.
A member of the Primary Presidency then presents the Gospel in Action Award in Primary opening or closing exercises.
Other Awards: Faith in God -- LDS religious award for Cub Scouts; On My Honor Adult Recognition -- given to adult Scout leaders, including Cub Scout leaders.
(This is our 3rd year) This year we invited Mothers and Daughters.
The children then returned to the Primary chapel where we sang songs and had a light refreshment.
(Submitted by the Ogden 49th Ward Primary President, Jenice Harris - Baptisms Idea: When our daughter was baptized last year, we tried to think of something special that could be done while she and her father were changing clothes immediately following the baptism.
We grouped them in 5's -- we had them go to different rooms where the President or a member of the presidency of that organization would be there to talk to them about what their organization did and the responsibility they had as head of the organization.
It was a real success and we were amazed at the effort some of the heads of organizations went to to make it meaningful to the children.