What is an LDS Conference activity that will keep my preschooler busy during General Conference?
Last General Conference (April 2013), I introduced some scripture memory packets that can be used for General Conference. As promised, I have made a few more packets for this General Conference. Eventually I will have a packet for each letter of the alphabet. Each packet has 10 pages of activities. Go to this post to read more about the packets and what is in them.
As you can imagine, these activity packets take quite a bit of time to create. I haven’t gotten as far as I would have liked, but considering how much time they take and considering how busy I’ve been with this blog, pregnancy, and moving to a new house, you might consider it lucky that I’ve finished any new ones at all. ;)
Anyway, I finished three new packets for this LDS General Conference (E is for exactness, F is for faith, and G is for grace). You can download the packets for free, but please only use them for church or for your family. If you want to make mini packets, on the print page click “multiple” then select how many pages per sheet you want. I suggest doing 2-6 pages per sheet, but I wouldn’t make the pages any smaller than that.
Little Bear really enjoys these scripture memory packets and they are great for General Conference. He is getting to the age where he can focus on one type of activity for a longer period of time, so he doesn’t need as many different activities. He has completed all of the packets A-D, but he did them so long ago I think I might print all of the packets A-G for him to do for this General Conference.
Hopefully you find these scripture memory packets to be helpful for your child or Primary class. They are also great to use during sacrament meeting or even just to do as a Sunday activity. Enjoy!