Below are some fun and easy General Conference activities for toddlers and preschoolers!
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Toddlers love coloring, so print off these line art drawings from the LDS Church website for some General Conference fun. Add markers, stickers, stamps, etc. for even more fun.
Vertical Surface Scripture Story
This activity takes a poster board, some crayons, and some very minimal drawing skills. (They are minimal, trust me! 🙂 I pretty much have zero drawing skills and I still attempted this.)
On the matte side (not the glossy side!) of your poster board, draw a picture of a scripture story. During General Conference, hang the poster board on the wall at your child’s eye level and let them color on the picture.
They will love it because they get to draw on the wall, sort of. 🙂 What they don’t know is that drawing on a vertical surface is actually really important to their fine motor development. Shhh, I’ll keep it a secret if you will.
If you want, you could even tell them to draw pictures of what they hear the speaker talking about.
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