“Fifty Fun Things to Do!” Friend, June 1992, 24–25
Write the alphabet backward.
Draw a picture of your family for your journal.
Make up a song.
Write a list of words that begin with the letter C.
Make a paper-sack puppet and put on a show.
Write a letter to a missionary.
Put a pencil between your toes and write your name or draw a picture.
Count the number of rooms, doors, and windows in your home.
Make something from a throw-away item.
Write a funny poem.
Design a family flag in family home evening.
Spread peanut butter on slices of apple and eat them.
Make a paper airplane, then fly it.
Learn five new words in the dictionary.
Draw a castle, moat, drawbridge, and dragon.
Make a funny hat and wear it.
Organize a hopscotch tournament.
Make a list of all the green things you can find.
Count backward from 100 to 1.Find first names in the telephone book, one for each letter of the alphabet.
Pretend you’re a windup toy that gradually winds down.
Read the Book of Mormon.
Have a pots-and-pans parade.
Plan a surprise for your mom.
Run through the sprinklers.
Tell a story from the Friend to someone.
Start a bug or rock collection.
Visit your dad or another family member at work.
Check out some books at the library and read them.
Write a family or neighborhood newspaper.
Make a puzzle.
Plan a family bike ride with a special treat at the end.
Call a friend on the telephone.
Make a batch of cookies.
Write a story and read it backward.
Make a picture with noodles, beans, rice, and glue.
Write a thank-you note to your Primary teacher.
Learn the names of six flowers.
In an atlas find ten countries you’d like to visit.
Make a treasure hunt map and hide some goodies.
Bowl with a ball and some cardboard-tube bowling pins.
Draw your own comic strip.
Find six different leaves and identify the kind of tree each grew on.
Organize a family fire drill and home safety check.
Secretly do something nice for a neighbor.
Pull twenty weeds.
Plant some seeds and take care of them.
Have a breakfast picnic.
Wash the family car.
Organize a neighborhood track meet.