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LDS General Conference

General Conference Activity Notebook for Primary Kids

By March 27, 2017 No Comments

It’s General Conference time again, which means it’s time to put together a General Conference activity notebook for your child. A few years ago we created an activity notebook in my ward for Primary children ages 6 11. The cool thing about this notebook is you can use it again and again and just remove old pages and put in new ones. My notebook has a-bit-of-this and a-bit-of-that from many sources. Look through the links and print what you think your child might enjoy. It will help keep their hands busy so their minds can feast as they listen to General Conference with you.

More ideas can be found at General Conference: Activities for Children and on my Pinterest LDS General Conference FHE board. Also see The Ultimate LDS General Conference Packet A-Z, and The Ultimate LDS General Conference Packet A-Z 2. Have fun creating your General Confernece notebook!

General Conference Notebook for Primary-age Children

  • Get a 1 inch clear-view cover binder for each child.
  • Buy 5-tab divider pages and label them: My Notes, Coloring Pages, Activity Pages, Family Games, For Parents
  • Print any of the copies below.
  • Hole-punch your copies.
  • Put your copies in the notebook in your notebook.
  • Add  sheet protectors to hold game pieces like Bingo cards.
  • Provide colored markers, crayons, pencils and treats for your child. Have a great time!


Step 1: Print this cover page pdf  (My 10 year-old daughter still loves this picture by Beth Whittaker!)


Step 2: Print these section title pages or create some of your own.
Step 3: Glue or staple the section title pages to your 5 tab dividers. You may have to trim them depending on your divider pages.

Step 4: Go to LDS.org and print pages 4 – 12 in the General Conference Notebook. Use these for your child to take notes or draw notes on. Elder Packer, Perry and Scott have been removed and their are spaces for three new apostles. You can use that cover instead of mine.

Step 5: Print any of the coloring pages you want:

New! Scripture Stories Coloring Book at LDS.org
God’s Prophets and Apostles Speak to Us in General Conference” at LDS.org
I Will Follow the Prophet” at LDS.org or anything else from this link.
Prophets Teach Me How to Strengthen My Family
Jesus Created The Earth for Me” at LDS.org (It’s the same as my cover)
Prophets Speak For Heavenly Father” and “Conference listen, then color pages‘ at the same at LDS.org
The Resurrection” by Harry Anderson at LDS.org
Jesus Christ Created The Earth As a Place Where I Can Choose The Right” at LDS.org
I Can Show Reverence For Sacred Places and Things” at LDS.org
I Came to Earth as Part of a Family” at LDS.org

Step 6: Print any of the activity pages you want:

“Salt Lake Temple” dot-to-dot 1-35 or another others from About.com

“Mary at the tomb” 1-79 dot-to-dot at LDS.org (scroll down)
The Gold Plates” 1 – 35 dot-to-dot at my CTRRing.com
Liahona Compass of Faith” dot-to-dot 1-60 at LDS.org (scroll down)

Taking The Sacrament in House of The Lord dot-to-dot 1-86 at LDS.org
Mexico City Temple” dot-to-dot 1-65 at LDS.org
We Do Not Doubt” Stripling Warrior dot-to-dot 1-55 at LDS.org
Trust In The Lord” dot-to-dot 1-95 at LDS.org
David and Goliath” dot-to-dot 1-115 at LDS.org
Joseph Smith” dot-to-dot 1-55 at LDS.org
Sacrament” dot-to-dot 1-86 at LDS.org
Zion” maze at Food Storage and Beyond page 34. Another packet!
Endure to the End” maze at Food Storage and Beyond page 8. Another packet!
Easter” crossword puzzle at LDS.org
Latter-Day Prophet” word search or any other searches at LDS.about.com

“Latter-Day Saint” word search at LDS.about.com
Current “Prophet and Apostle” word search at LDS.about.com (2 per page)
Article of Faith word searches #11 or #12 or #13  at LDS.about.com
Joseph Smith” word search at LDS.about.com
Noah’s Ark” hidden pictures  at LDS.org
I Love My Family” hidden pictures  at LDS.org
The First Easter” story Rebus with word pictures (in color)
Joseph F. Smith” crossword or “King Benjamin Teaches the People” or “Noah’s Ark” cut outs at LDSLessonIdeas (scroll down)
Word of Wisdom” and Joshua Served the Lord” hidden pictures at LDSLessonIdeas
Remember Jesus During the Sacrament” picture wheel and other activities (scroll down)
Two “General Conference” hidden pictures at LDS.org
“President Monson Follow the Prophet” hidden picture. Print in grayscale to save ink.
Make your own tracing-the-words pages for younger children from KidZone.com. Create a page of words such as your child’s name or the word “Jesus,” “Prophet,” “Love,” “Family,” “Temple,” etc. Go to Tracer Pages. Click “Blank (No pictures),” and then “block” lettering. Put a word (10 letters and spaces or less) in the blank space and copy to all boxes.

Between sessions, play some games as a family.
Print a General Conference Squares cards for each family member from LDS.org conference squares game card

Go to LDS.org and let your child play “Articles of Faith Memory Quest

Let your kids watch the “LDS Conference Center” video tour at this link. Very sweet!

Print my “General Conference Helps for Parents” handout. Keep this in the binder so you can refer to it again. Or add any other handouts you find useful. A few weeks before conference, come back to this page and print something new for your child.

You may also want to read “Preparing Our Children for General Conference” at LDS.org

I’m getting excited for General Conference! Hope you are too.


“It is when children are young that parents must be innovative in helping them develop good habits regarding conference participation. 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.” Elder Neil L. Andersen