I can be faithful like the stripling warriors
Friend Aug 2006, suggestion # 4

Be prepared to briefly tell the story of the stripling warriors (see Alma 53:10–22; 56–57).
Using the language of the scriptures, prepare parts for boys ages 10 and 11 that describe the stripling warriors.
For example:

Introduce the sharing time by briefly reviewing the story of the Anti-Nephi-Lehies as given on the back of GAK 311 (The Anti-Nephi-Lehies Burying Their Swords; see also Alma 23–24).

As prepared earlier, tell the story of the stripling warriors and have the older boys read their parts.
Prepare simple case studies (see TNGC, 161–62) that pose questions about appropriate music, media, language, dress, and so on.

Place them in a basket, and pass it up and down the rows as you hum "We'll Bring the World His Truth" (pp. 172–73).

Randomly stop the music, and have the child with the basket draw out and read a case study.
Let the "stripling warriors" answer what they would do because "their mothers taught them".