Need your help! pint-sized service project ideas

I know, we’re the bloggers and we’re supposed to be the SOURCE of ideas. But this time we’re stumped.

What kind of service projects can kids do? either on a class, ward, or stake level?

We thought of collecting food for a food pantry, writing notes to shut-in children (see Marjorie’s post “Tending Our Flock“), but I’m sure there’s more good ideas out there! Comment below with your ideas for pint-sized service projects. We’ll compile them into an upcoming post.

We always welcome guest posts about any Primary-related subject (this means YOU!). Click the “contact us” tab above or email primaryinzion@yahoo.com.

Speak out, readers!

-Marci

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One response to “Need your help! pint-sized service project ideas

  1. Janette

    I know a family who gives THANK YOU cards. They write an anonymous note to thank them for someone’s service (chorister, shoveling snow, cleaning the church…) and then leave it with cookies at the doorstep.

    Writing letters to missionaries.

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