Recently my Relief Society Sisters had a super fun week night activity called "This Little Piggy."
Everything was based on that little poem we say when tickle our babies toes:
This little piggy goes to market.
This little piggy stayed home.
This little piggy had roast beef.
This little piggy had none.
This little piggy went "wee-wee-wee" all the way home.
We set up five stations in the auditorium and labeled each one with a line from the Piggy Poem. I have included some free printables with this post to make it easier to duplicate/adapt this activity for your Relief Society or Young Womens organization. The printables can easily be printed up to 11x14 size.
-Determine the needs of your sisters and what information they could best use at each station.
-Considering the talents and strengths of sisters who could teach the needed information.
-Call sisters in the ward to teach at each station...no longer than 7-10 minutes. Help the teaching sisters develop a handout containing the information they will share.
-Download and Print the signs for each station:
Here is a summary of what my Relief Society did:
WENT TO MARKET...
For this station we asked one of the sisters who is a great bargain shopper to talk about finding good deals. She spoke about couponing, digital apps, thrifting and a budget friendly vacations. She also had a handout with all the information she talked about so the sisters had something to take home for reference.
For this station we asked a sister who is proficient at keeping her home organized to share some tips and tricks with us. She spoke about organizing toys, junk drawers, etc. She also talked about simplifying and donating to those in need. Again, the sisters left this station with a handout of everything that was talked about.
You could also have this station be about Family Home Evening or create a quick & easy craft for the home.
HAD TO ROAST BEEF...
This station was our dinner. We ate roast and had a great dinner and conversation. If you didn't want to do dinner, you could always have this station be a focus on recipes or cooking with food storage or something really useful like that.
For this station, we had a quilt set up in the corner which the sisters could help us tie for a charitable donation. It was a great time to sit and chat for a minute until the other stations got done.
Some other great ideas for this particular station would be to have a missionary writing area with pen, paper and envelopes, sewing NICU blankets for the hospital, doing any other humanitarian project.
WENT WEE-WEE-WEE ALL THE WAY HOME...
This wasn't really a station. We gave each sister a gift to say "Thank you for coming." They all went home with little treat/dessert.
We had such a fun night of learning and visiting with each other. As always, we gave a small thank token to all the teachers who prepared in advance for this night to be a success.
I would love to hear how you modify this activity to fit the needs of the sisters in your ward/branch. Please leave a comment telling us how it went and what you did differently.