This months Personal Progress night was Choice and Accountability. For the first half of mutual I had the girls divide up into groups of 3 and gave them newspapers (you could use magazines too). I had them find a story that was in the paper because of bad decisions. After that I had them find stories with good decisions and positive outcomes. This took a little longer. It kept their attention really good and I think it worked better than me just talking the whole time. Afterwards, we made our "choice"jars, made from baby food jars. We covered and filled them with candy. When they are faced with a hard decision they are to read the quote we tied on and eat their treats! The quote is, "You be the one to make a stand for right, even if you stand alone," by President Monson.