(for Ages 19-21)
Plan and prepare a special family night for a number of families, complete with a lesson, games, and treats.
Go treating (instead of trick-or-treating) on Halloween. Take treats to friends and neighbors, while dressed up in costumes.
Go fly a kite. If you want to build it from scratch, get a book at the library or look up instructions on the internet.
Decorate a basket or vase, then fill it with wild flowers. Place the flowers on someone's porch who needs cheering up. Leave an anonymous note with some words of encouragement.
Pick wildflowers and take them to a shut in. Spend time to visit.
Go to a church party, activity, or show.
Make a meal for the missionaries.
Build Gingerbread houses.
Watch church videos together. Afterwards, talk about your thoughts and feelings.
Visit a friend in the hospital. Make get well cards from construction paper. Write original poems, funny verses, words of encouragement, etc.
Take turns writing on a roll of toilet paper (jokes, messages, stories, experiences, etc.), then deliver it to a friend who could use some encouragement.
Have a letter-writing night when everyone writes a letter to a community leader, a missionary, or a relative.
Make sock puppets with odd socks. Get eyes and yarn from the craft store. Sew the face and hair on each sock, then have a impromptu puppet show.
Have a family history night. Learn how to do family history research or to write a personal history. A great resource is a local genealogy club or a family history center located at select Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints buildings (free).
Visit a cemetery. Read epitaphs, observe art and architecture, imagine aspects of the deceased persons' lives. Talk about your own ancestors. Please be respectful of other visitors.
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