Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Knowledge Project Ideas


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* Research and compile a list of possible careers
* Sew scripture bags
* Make a monthly newsletter for Young Women’s
* Learn how to knit
* Learn how to dance
* Plan and carry out a carnival for primary children or children at a homeless shelter
* Create a work of art
* Plan out healthy menus for your family
* Start and keep an exercise routine
* Learn how to crochet
* Read “Using New Media to Support the Work of the Church” by Elder M. Russell Ballard and start a blog
* Sew a value pillow or quilt
* Start a band
* Memorize “The Family: A Proclamation to the World”
* Sew an article of clothing
* Keep a health journal of your diet, exercise and mood
* Re-watch Conference and write in your journal how talks apply to Knowledge
* Make Personal Progress reminders for Young Women’s
* Keep a scripture journal and write in it every day
* Make a portfolio of art you have done
* Participate in a sport
*Ask a parent, grandparent, or ward member to teach you basic cooking skills. You could invite your sisters, cousins, or young women in the ward. Make a recipe book, and cook one of the recipes.
*Read stories from President Monson’s life. Afterward, talk to a family member or a Young Women leader about what you learned and how knowing about his life can help you.
*Learn how to make bread and donate it to be used for the sacrament on Sunday.* Help a primary child memorize all 13 articles of faith
* Learn how to make bread and donated it for the sacrament
* Write a book, play, short stories or poetry
* Write and illustrate a children’s book
* Take a high school advanced placement course or a post-secondary college class.
* Make a scripture-of-the-day or word-of-the-day calendar. Have it spiral bound at a local office supply store.
* Make at least three of the Christmas gifts given away this year using a new skill. Girls could can jars of applesauce, make Christmas ornaments, or create pieces of jewelry.
* Take an art class
* Learn a song and sing/play it for church
* Put together a devotional book
* Learn how to cross-stitch
* Make babysitting kits for the Young Women (Thanks BrookLyn Law!)
* Start a book club
* Learn how to play a musical instrument
* Make a scrapbook
* Start a routine of stress reducing activities
* Create a day by day calendar with quotes from General Authorities
* Learn how to can
* Be a youth leader at camp and make a real effort to prepare for it
* Write letters to missionaries
* Write your own personal history
* Train for a half marathon
* Become CPR and/or First Aid certified
* Compile a family recipe book
* Cook meals for your family
* Teach a class
* Memorize “The Living Christ”
* Read a book by a General Authority
* Be the Young Women historian
* Compile a family health history
* Organize and carry out a blood drive
* Write a children’s book
* Organize and carry out an art fair
* Train a dog
* Memorize Scripture masteries
* Compile quotes from General Authorities about Knowledge
* Hold a Conference party
* Read the Work and the Glory series
* Teach music classes and hold a recital
* Tutor someone for free
* Take charge of New Beginnings or Young Women in Excellence
* Participate in a choir or band
* Start an interest group
* Take an AP class to help you prepare for college
* Sew and tie quilts
* Teach something to a younger sibling
* Make something for the other Young Women
* Look at colleges you want to attend and compare them
* Learn sign language
* Keep a journal and write in it every day
* Make a conference Binder
* Start a scripture study or discussion group
* Grow a garden
* Make white hair scrunchies for the temple
* Create lesson plans for nursery

If you have more suggestions, put them in the comments.
If you want to share a personal experience doing a project in this value, email it to personalprogresshelper@gmail.com 

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