Print New Apostle Coloring Pages and Other General Conference Helps for Children
Contributed By Camille West, News.ChurchofJesusChrist.org
- Keep children engaged in general conference with these printable pages.
When you have young children, wiggles and whines are bound to be part of most families’ general conference experience.
One way to help children focus on and learn during conference sessions is to provide quiet activities to keep them engaged, such as conference-related coloring pages, pages for drawing or taking notes, and simple games.
The following resources are provided for download and printing on ChurchofJesusChrist.org.
New Coloring Pages
The Church just released PDFs of new coloring pages depicting the prophet, President Russell M. Nelson, and his counselors, President Dallin H. Oaks and President Henry B. Eyring, as well as each member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Two versions are available, one with names and one without names, which has room beneath each picture for children to write the Apostle’s name as well as pictures or words from their talks during general conference.
More Conference-Related Pages
A coloring page with all members of the First Presidency and Apostles on a single page.
A downloadable General Conference Notebook, which has space to draw or write notes.
Conference Squares, a game consisting of seven bingo-like cards that encourage children to listen carefully. When a speaker mentions one of the topics on the card, children cover that square with a square of paper or a small object.
“My General Conference Notes,” a PDF of several activities children can do while listening to conference.
Children may also enjoy coloring in the Book of Mormon, New Testament, Doctrine and Covenants, or Pearl of Great Price Scripture Stories Coloring Books. (Printed books are available at Church distribution centers.)
For more printable pages, see these activities.
Help Children Remember and Apply
A child colors while listening to general conference.
Children play a simple game while their father takes notes during a session of general conference.