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YW Value Project Ideas-Individual Worth

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.

Individual Worth 10 Hour Value Project Ideas

Plan out healthy menus for your family, write in your journal about how eating healthy helps you.

Organize family photos.

Organize a blood drive.

Compile a family testimony book.

Hold a "Princess Day Camp" for the activity day girls.

Write a book, play, short stories or poetry.

Write and illustrate a children’s book about individual worth.

Record family stories from family members and compile family history.

Compile your own works of art, photography, poetry, or other accomplishments.

Participate in a choir or band.

Learn a song and sing/play it for church.

Watch or re-watch general conference, all 4 sessions, and the Young Women general session. Then write in your journal how it applies to Individual Worth.

Create a day by day calendar with quotes from General Authorities.

Memorize Your Patriarchal Blessing.

Create a work of art that shows your individual worth or the individual worth of others.

Mentor one of the younger girls through her personal progress.

Learn how to do indexing for family history.

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.

Be the Young Women "historian" with a digital camera. Then print out and make a display of all the activities for Young Women's In Excellence. Or you can make a dvd or slide show presentation and have an "awards show" night.

Temple work!! Find names and go to the temple to be baptized for them.

Make and bring Sacrament bread for 6 weeks (must get permission from the Bishop).

Compile and distribute a monthly YW Newsletter for 6 months.

Write a personal history, documenting childhood memories up to the present time..

Mentor a child through a community volunteer organization, making a conscious effort to build his or her self-worth.

Make "chemo baskets" and take them to a Cancer Treatment Center- pair of socks, the Young Woman lap blankets, hard candy, a pack of gum, lotion, a trial size packet of baby wipes, a small trash can with a box of liners (in case the patient gets sick on the travel home). Give them anonymously.

Teach music classes and hold a recital.

Organize family photo albums complete with captions.

Write weekly letters of support and encouragement to a Missionary for 3 months, offer encouragement.

Train for and participate in a 5K walk or run.

Learn sign language for some songs and sing and sign them in Sacrament Mtg.

Use billiongraves.com to help map out local cemeteries or find your own ancestors.

Organize a talent show.

Organize and throw a surprise party for a friend or relative. Plan to have their favorite guests, food, and activities at the party.

Organize a family reunion.

Tutor.

Compile a collection of your writings, poetry, and/or art, photography.

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