Create your own game of scripture bingo. Have each person make a card by writing the name of a New Testament book in each of 15 squares. Cut up the list of books, and draw the names out of a bowl. Try Book of Mormon names next.
Go over your Personal Progress or Duty to God booklets with your parents. Plan how they can help you complete some of your goals. You may want to include more family members in working on your goals.
Try creating your own Line upon Line like the one on page 43. Take a verse of scripture, or perhaps several verses, and go through them word by word. Look up any difficult or unfamiliar words. Ask a member of the family to try to find a quote from the General Authorities about the scripture on the Church’s Web site (LDS.org). You might even write down on a poster what you have learned about that scripture. To include younger brothers or sisters, you might use illustrations or pictures when you can.
In addition to the Resource Guides (printed in the May and November Ensign), Young Women and Aaronic Priesthood teachers may find these additional resources helpful in enhancing lessons 37–41.
Name Withheld, “Courting Disaster,” New Era, Feb. 1998, 34.
Lara Bangerter, “Man of My Dreams,” New Era, June 2001, 8.
Danielle Nye Poulter, “Weighing In for a Mission,” New Era, Sept. 2006, 32.
Riley M. Lorimer, “Take Care,” New Era, July 2007, 34.
Idea List: “A Healthier You,” New Era, Nov. 2006, 23.
“Staying Healthy: Welfare Services Suggests How,” Ensign, Jan. 1981, 10.
Joe E. Christensen, “I Resolve,” New Era, Jan. 1998, 4.
Robert E. Wells, “In Control,” New Era, Sept. 1987, 4.
New Era Poster: “Develop a Good Attitude,” New Era, July 2005, 19.
Vicki Leavitt Driggs, “The Grudge,” New Era, Nov. 1986, 12.
Gordon B. Hinckley, “The Women in Our Lives,” Ensign, Nov. 2004, 82.
James E. Faust, “The Highest Place of Honor,” Ensign, May 1988, 36.
Chris Crowe, “Curses, Foiled Again,” New Era, Nov. 1987, 35.
Aaron L. West, “If a Bug Flies into Your Mouth,” New Era, this issue, 24.
April Anderson, “Chicken Bones,” New Era, Aug. 2005, 19.
William Powley, “In Any Language,” New Era, May 1995, 38.