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Saturday, September 1, 2012

7 General Conference Ideas and a Linky Party!!!

 I was reading in a very old Ensign (hahah 1996-yep ancient right hahaha) and a talk by Elder Neil A. Andersen popped out at me with this quote...
"As our children are given opportunities to observe and learn the role of these special witnesses, they will receive a spiritual confirmation of the sacred calling of their Church leaders, and they will feel a deeper love for and interest in these leaders and their message."

After reading that, what better way to learn and love the prophets than by playing and having fun!!!

2) General Conference Train - she even has offered the printables for FREE!! Just send her an email!

I love how easy this is... active for kids and keeps them thinking... 

5) Conference Baskets - I LOVE this lady she is truely amazing! Thanks Brandy!

6) General Conference Collage- What a great way to let them express what Conference is all about!

7) General Conference Paper Dolls- HOW AWESOME ARE THESE!! 

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  1. We always played conference bingo. Just make a bunch of bingo boards with churchy words on it, and there you have it! It makes it so you have to listen as a child. (Pictures could work too for children who can't read.)

    1. I've actually made some a couple years ago, my son's a little to restless for them but he loves the pictures that we put up all over the room to jump up and run and put up a button. Gets energy out and he's so excited about it. Thanks for the comment Chelsea!

  2. Thanks for the link-up!! :) Looking forward to seeing all the other great ideas!

    1. Thanks for jumping in on the fun Jocelyn!!

  3. Great Ideas. Thankyou for the link up.
    I am going to include it on my blog.
    Thanks Nick

  4. Wow! Love all these great ideas & links! Thanks so much!