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Personal Progress Values Classroom Banners – temple style

Our personal progress classroom temple banners fit on four pages or less. I created them to be used at New beginnings or when you are focusing on a particular value during the month; however, you’ll find lots of uses for them at camp and other activities, I’m sure. Simply print out the pages, align the overlap, and tape for a beautiful classroom poster! Enjoy! Sample image:

YW Values (Printable)


As of late, I have become ga ga for vintage floral patterns. There is something just pretty and sweet about them. I decided to create the YW values with pretty florals. I plan on printing them off (enlarged copies) and posting them in the YW room for decoration. Feel free to use in your young womens and share! You can download for free here http://courtneyaitken.blogspot.com/2013/01/yw-values-vintage-style.html

YW Elements: Value Flowers on Ribbon

I created this element based on a freebie I found at Shabby Princess Scrapbooking. It is one of a series of upscale YW scrap elements I am creating for the Young Women portion of this website.

This element features the YW value flower elements with a ribbon background and each value name beneath in font “Vivaldi”. With drop shadow.

See all the LDS Digital Scrapbooking elements.

If you make something awesome with these elements, please share it with others for inspiration by clicking “upload a jpg” above or describe it in a comment bleow.

LDS Handout

Good Works Value Experience 1

Lacey says, “The clipart in the background of this document is from Jennysmith.net. I used this handout in class to go along with Manual 2 Lesson 6. Just print it out on cardstock or regular paper and cut. The young women can use it as a bookmark while they are looking up the scriptures included on the handout.”

5 per page, 8.5 x 11 inches, color.

LDS Handout

Manual 2 Lesson 6: Work & Value Experience

Cami D. has shared the handouts she created for use with YW Manual 2.

This one has a quote from the lesson by Neal A. Maxwell: “I do not believe people can be happy unless they have work to do. One can really be more of a slave to idleness than to work. Work also keeps us humble and reminds us of how all our blessings come to us from our Heavenly Father. … The gospel of work is a very important teaching of the Church. If we learn to work early in life we will be better individuals, better members of families, better neighbors, and better disciples of Jesus Christ, who Himself learned to work as a carpenter.”

It also has a handout for use with the Good Works Value Experience associated with this lesson.

1 of each hndout per page, 8.5 x 11 inches, color.