Recognition Activity Ideas
According to the Faith In God booklet, there is suppose to be two activities a year where the girls are given
the opportunity to share with their parents which goals they have been working on and completed. If you
ADDITIONAL NOTE: The previous Achievement Day Program was replaced with the Faith in God program. With this change, we are asked not to give awards to the girls and boys for their work. LDS.org also has this statement about the Faith in God recognition: (Awards and Recognition) "Pendants, lapel pins, and emblems previously awarded are replaced with the Faith in God Award certificate on the last page of the guidebooks. Boys completing the Cub Scout religious requirements will be awarded the Scouting Religious Square Knot patch. More information on recognition is found on page 19 of the Faith in God guidebooks." Parents and leaders should help the children understand that the joy of living the gospel is the most important reward. Please be aware that some of the activities listed on this page refer to awards, pins or pendants and that this is no longer to be practiced.
30 days of smiles for our Bishop
Activity Days Recognition Award
Activity Days Recognition Invitation
Bloom where you are planted
Click here to see Parent Activities that could be made into a Recognition Night
Ice Cream Sundae Bar
It's in the bag
January Recognition Evening
More Ideas from LDS Activity Days
Plan of Salvation
Princess in Training
Printable Program - (Made by Mindy) Edit according to your program
Secret Service Recognition Night
Starting the year off with a bang!
We don't "bee"lieve you are special...we know it!
What a Character
You're a star