I teamed up with some of my favorite blogging pals to bring you a fantastic round up of General Conference activities! Because with little ones (and ah..hem… sometimes older ones…) sometimes we could use a little help, yeah?
- General Conference Trail Mix by Party Like a Cherry: Have your kiddos listen to buzz words and add ingredients to their very own trail mix as they listen to conference!
- Say What? General Conference Game from Little LDS Ideas: Get the whole family laughing with this version of the popular party game!
- 12 Apostles Memory Game by A Year of FHE: It always helps the kiddos stay more engaged if they can recognize some of the speakers!
When I was preparing this blog post I asked my Oldest what General Conference was. “Yeah, yeah I know what it is Mom.” “INDULGE ME, what is it?” “It’s when church is canceled and we stay home and watch the prophets on TV in our pajamas.” Yuuup, that pretty much sums it up ;).
General Conference can always be a challenge with little ones. I have a brilliant friend who came up with the idea of having general conference stations. She has 4 stations (one for each child) and after each talk they rotate stations. During the hymns they get a treat or snack. … Read the rest
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I got some door signs made today and ready to share with you. I have to say though- you ladies really amaze me, I can’t believe some of you already have your bulletin boards done! I find it so stressful that primary switches classes at the new year, makes it hard to enjoy Christmas vacation! I kinda wish we switched in the fall with the new school year. Ah well, I remind myself the children won’t care or really even notice if I dont have the bulletin board and the room perfectly ready on Jan 1. … Read the rest
If you don’t do a newsletter in your primary, the new year is a great time to start. Depending on how your ward works it might be best to have these printed out and handed out on last sunday of each month (for the following month) or if your ward is more tech-savvy just email it out or upload it to a FB group for your primary. By the way if you don’t have a Facebook group for your primary you may want to consider starting one. We have a mix in our ward so I try to deliver it both electronically and physically each month. … Read the rest