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#GeneralConference Activities for Children and Primary-Aged Kids

General conferences are the semiannual worldwide gatherings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Church members gather to receive guidance and encouragement from Church leaders about gospel living based on the teachings of Jesus Christ.
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Keep the little ones busy and inspired with these fun activities (including coloring pages and downloads)!


 

“Teaching our children to understand is more than just imparting information. It’s helping our children get the doctrine into their hearts.”

—Cheryl A. Esplin

Conference Notebook

Print to take notes or draw during conference.

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Conference Squares

Print to play a listening game during conference.

Conference Coloring

Print to color during conference.

Prophets and Apostles

Print to color during conference.

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