Tag Archive: general conference activities
I decided to create a simple handout for either the young women or relief society sisters to encourage themto prayerfully watch General Conference! As of late I have been on a bit of a nautical kick, which inspired the handout. If you want to pair a treat with the handout you could easily package up some chocolate gold coins or Nestle’s “Treasures”… (mmmmm). Also included on the handout are some “Map Markers” which are…
The coloring page goes with Matthew 28 and features two missionaries tracting. Color by number. Copyright 2010 Intellectual Reserve. Free to print and share for noncommercial use.
This is a bingo-style conference game has 7 different cards you can use during conference to help entertain small children. Use buttons, M&Ms, or other small items to cover each block when those things are mentioned during the conference. It can also be colored in, since it’s black and white. Copyright 2010, Intellectual Reserve. General Conference Bingo is free for printing and sharing for noncommercial use. Used by permission.
The General Conference Notebook helps children internalize what they hear at Conference by writing and/or drawing pictures from talks. My Primary-aged kids really enjoyed this when we did it at home. Copyright 2010, Intellectual Reserve. Free printing/sharing for noncommercial use. Used by permission.
I am using these cards for our General Conference Review game in Seminary. Each student will bring back 2 questions from the Sunday morning session of General Conference for us to review. I have invited the parents to send in some food for us to enjoy while we play our review game. Teams could be by zones (I have 3-4 in each of three zones). I may also separate them…
This was made to be used by littler ones to color a picture of what President Monson shares at General Conference. For early readers/writers, it is a fun notes page for them during President Monson’s talk(s). The words the prophet speaks are a treasure in our lives! There is a fun treasure chest and big peices of treasure where the kids can write or draw their notes. This comes from…