Activities based around
Candy Bar Wrapper from Mormon Share
Integrity Candy Bar Wrapper
Integrity clipart- from Jenny Smith (in color), (black
Are you trustworthy?
Stepping Stones to
Integrity Candy Bar Wrapper
Grape jolly ranchers
Penny - "A penny for your thoughts...."
out the following saying to put onto the sail: "All the water in the world,
however hard it tries...can never sink the smallest ship unless it gets inside.
And all the evil in the world the blackest kind of sin... Can never hurt you in
the least, unless you let it in."
Tree of Protection - Quote by Spencer W.
Keys from Jenny Smith - (Faith,
Choice & Accountability,
Young Women Values Pencil Cards
Integrity Lesson Helps
Integrity Lesson Helps - ideas for
music, audio/visuals, posters and more!
Integrity, the Mother of Many Virtues by
James E. Faust
More Integrity Lesson Helps -
object lesson and handout idea too.
The best talk I've heard on integrity and really remember so well was using the
book Horton Hatches the Egg by Dr. Seuss! Of course the pictures are wonderful
and you don't read it word for word but telling the story with Dr. Seuss' words
and some pictures emphasizing what Horton says as he sits and sits and
sits...."I meant what I said, and I said what I meant...an elephant's faithful
one hundred percent!"
Hymns that correlate with the value "Integrity"
Grind up some Oreo's so they look like potting soil. Then put
them in a pot. Start out how you enjoy planting things and watching them grow.
You may even plant some seeds (something edible, maybe small candy, some sesame
seeds or something like that) and "work" the soil a little while you are
talking. Then ask someone who would trust you to come up and help you.
Tell them you need them to tell you if you have the right mixture of soil,
vermiculite and fertilizer. Get a spoon of the soil/cookie crumbs and feed it to
the person. You may have to reassure a little. Then the person will obviously
get what it is. They can tell the class what it is. Then you explain how
integrity is fragile like a seed. If it isn't taken care of properly then it
will not grow, in fact it can die. Explain that the person who ate the soil
trusted you and did not question your integrity, because of their experience
with you. Then discuss how they can strengthen their integrity. You can give
each person a small bag of dirt (cookie crumbs) with some saying about letting
their integrity grow. (Idea by Amy in Texas)
The China Teacup -
could be used for integrity because when we are dishonest, it destroys others
confidence and trust in us.
Integrity Value Sheet
Goals on Integrity in Personal Progress
Value Experience and Value Projects on Integrity (Really
- our integrity will grow as we nourish and
What is purple?
"God forbid that I should justify you: till I die I will not remove mine
integrity from me."
Faith, flight plan guide JetBlue boss: Other CEOs
need his humility
Parable of the Popper
price of Integrity
Two true stories of integrity and courage
Who you are is as important as what you do
Can you be trusted? from November 2006 New Era - a lesson of integrity
by President Gordon B. Hinckley