Have a leaf raking marathon. In preparation, have the youth each bring a rake. Divide them into teams. Arrange in advance with ward members who need the most help that the youth will come and rake their leaves. Funny prizes or awards can be given to the teams that fill the most trash bags with leaves, create the largest pile, have the most fun, etc.
Read all you can in Church magazines or online about the new Apostle. Cut out a photo and place it in an accessible place in your home.
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 46–50.
Kristi Linton, “Money Matters,” New Era, Sept. 2004, 34.
Danielle Nye Poulter, “Taking Credit,” New Era, Aug. 2006, 10.
Donald N. Hester, “Finances and Your Future,” Ensign, Sept. 2007, 40.
Clara Smith Webber, “What I Learned as a Corndog,” New Era, July 2006, 24.
Catherine Matthews Pavia, “How I Learned to Be Happy,” New Era, Sept. 2006, 11.
Larry Hiller, “Me, a Leader?” New Era, May 2003, 28.
Idea List: Charlotte Cachapero, “Teens Leading Teens,” New Era, Jan. 2003, 29.
Jill B. Adair, “A Girl Called Nine,” New Era, Jan. 2007, 44.
Seth Adam Smith, “No Challenge Too Great,” New Era, Jan. 2004, 48.
Idea List: “Choose the Right … Media,” New Era, July 2005, 37.
Arianne B. Cope, “Internet Café,” New Era, Mar. 2005, 34.
L. Tom Perry, “Thy Speech Reveals Thee,” New Era, July 2007, 2.
Robert S. Wood, “Is Your Talk Cheap?” New Era, June 2001, 46.
Q&A (swearing), New Era, Mar. 2001, 16.
Aaron L. West, “If a Bug Flies into Your Mouth,” New Era, Sept. 2007, 24.
Q&A (rules and agency), New Era, this issue, 14.
Robert M. Bogardus, “Did You Cheat?” New Era, July 2007, 6.
Q&A (cheating), New Era, Sept. 2001, 16.
Lindsey Phillips, “Sprinting to Success,” New Era, this issue, 34.
Sedley Parkinson, “A Name on the List,” New Era, this issue, 30.