Here you go. More things your children can do to keep the Sabbath day holy. Instead of a list of “don’t's” on Sunday, give them a list of “do’s”. These are great ideas for adult worship too.
Faith in God:
Preparing for the Priesthood (also Preparing for Young Women, with slightly different language) #4: “Read D&C 88:77–80, 118 and D&C 130:19. Discuss with a parent or Primary leader how important a good education is and how it can help strengthen you as a priesthood holder in your home and family and in the Church.”
Duty to God:
Priest Family Activities #8: “Read D&C 134, and discuss with your parents how it relates to your responsibilities as a citizen of your country.” (See note below.)
Integrity requirement #3: “The Savior is the perfect example of integrity; He did what He promised the Father He would do. Read 3 Nephi 11:10-11. Study the lives of other individuals in the scriptures who lived with integrity. Read Genesis 39; the book of Esther; Job 2:3; 27:3-6; Daniel 3 and 6; Acts 26; Doctrine and Covenants 124:15; and Joseph Smith—History 1:21–25. In your journal identify the ways these people demonstrated integrity. Think of a time when you had the courage to show integrity, especially when it was not easy or popular. Share your experience and your feelings about it in a testimony meeting or lesson or with a parent or Young Women leader.”
Reading and Writing Pin requirement #5: “Create a bookmark that you can use, or design a book cover.”
Citizenship in the Nation merit badge requirement 2d: “Choose a national monument that interests you. Using books, brochures, the Internet (with your parent’s permission), and other resources, find out more about the monument. Tell your counselor what you learned, and explain why the monument is important to this country’s citizens.” (Click here for a surprisingly long list of national monuments.)
*Note: if you’re also working on the Duty to God idea above, check out Citizenship in the Nation requirement #1, because the two are very similar.