Your children will love these General Conference activities! And the best part is, you don’t have to print or buy anything! You probably already have these supplies at home.
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Toddlers love to tear paper and it’s a great fine motor activity. Plus, this is just about the easiest activity in the world to set up.
Just put some paper in a gallon zip lock bag (or on the floor in front of your toddler). I like to include different colors of construction paper, cardstock, and scrapbook paper, but plain old white paper works great too!
Now, let your child tear the paper to their heart’s content. You can also put a glue stick in the bag in case your child wants to glue some of the papers.
Sandpaper and Yarn
Sandpaper is a great way to play with yarn. You can put yarn on the sandpaper in a design and it will stay in place because it sticks to the sand paper. You can also pick the yarn up again and make a new design because the yarn doesn’t stick to the sand paper permanently.
For this activity, I provided two pieces of sandpaper and several colors and sizes of yarn. You can print off several LDS clipart images for your child to look at while they create.
These are all simple line drawings of things related to the scriptures and to our church that your toddler can try to copy them with the yarn.