Sometimes the hardest part about Personal Progress in Young Women, is coming up with the ideas for a good 10 hour value project. I have scoured all over the internet to find a list of great ideas to help you inspire the Young Women in your ward.
Choice & Accountability 10 Hour Value Project Ideas
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Organize your room or another place in your house.
Read a book by a General Authority and write in your journal about how following the ideas in the book will help you.
Start a book club and find clean books to discuss.
Create a work of art that shows how good choices can help you.
Train for and participate in a 5K walk or run.
Go through your closet or personal music library and evaluate items based on the standards listed in For the Strength of Youth. Discard inappropriate items.
Create a "Sunday Box" filled with ideas of appropriate family activities to do on the Sabbath. Use it each week at home.
Re-watch Conference and write in your journal how talks apply to Choice and Accountability.
Decorate your room on a budget.
Read Using New Media to Support the Work of the Church by Elder M. Russell Ballard and start a blog.
Start a scripture study or discussion group.
Compile recipes for a cook book or recipe box.
Do your own laundry.
Organize a "For the Strength of Youth Discussion Night" with all the youth in your ward.
Read The Miracle of Forgiveness by Spencer W. Kimball and share impressions of the book with a parent or YW leader.
Make FHE kits to give to families in the ward, 3 months' worth-including recipes, games, lessons.
Clean and reorganize all the cabinets in your family kitchen.
Create a blog- could be about your Personal Progress goals, how you choose to life your life, your testimony, things you learn from your scripture study, etc.
Write and illustrate a children’s book about choices and their consequences.
Plan out healthy menus for your family- keep a food diary and write about how keeping the word of wisdom helps you.
Sew a modest skirt or dress.
Compile a family testimony book- have testimonies about how their choices have affected their testimony.
Plan and carry out a modesty fashion show.
Make monthly Personal Progress reminders to hand out to every Young Woman for 6 months.
Organize an alternative post-Prom party.
Sew your own prom dress.
Create a day by day calendar with quotes from General Authorities.
Compile quotes from General Authorities about the young women’s values and make a scrapbook.
Decorate your room on a budget. Decide what is appropriate to have in your room.
Organize your closet.
Sew your own temple dress.
Compile quotes from General Authorities about Choice and Accountability.
Keep a scripture journal and write in it every day.
Find time to do stress-reducing activities. Write in your journal about how you can keep in control of your emotions and what activities help you keep calm.
Start and keep an exercise routine.
Organize and present a modesty fashion show.
Learn a song and sing/play it for church.