Let’s face it, sitting through General Conference can be hard for many adults, let alone for children. How can we help them be interested in what’s going on? Well, here’s something to try: a FREE download of my General Conference Activity Book!
Here’s a FREE download for teachers and parents to help teach children about the commandments. What are they, and why should we keep them? Games and activities are some of the best ways to reinforce a concept. Explain the ideas, and let the child internalize them in fun and interesting ways.
Here’s a FREE download for teaching children about temples. It has games and activities to help children understand the purpose and functions of the holy Houses of the Lord. This book was adapted from a theme book and was first introduced as a FREE download. It has never been in print.
It’s important for children to understand what temples are for and what happens inside them. Temples are sacred, and some things need to be spoken about only when there, but they are not a secret, and not to be thought of as scary or mysterious.
This week I have a FREE download to help you teach children about obedience. Learning this is important, not least for the child’s safety and well-being. This book helps to teach children about obedience to both parents and God. When children learn that they are asked to do or not do things because they are loved and cherished, they can better understand the importance of paying attention to requests, laws, and commandments.
You may use this download any way you wish: print it, make changes to it, and share it. Use for sharing time, in a class, FHE, or for general use (such as letting kids use it at home).
This book download will be accessible from the Featured Downloads page for a week (Thursday through Wednesday). If you want it after this week is up, just look around on the website and you’ll find it on another page, still free. This particular book will be found on the Activities page.
There’s a story every LDS child should know, and that’s the story of Joseph Smith’s first vision. It’s the beginning of the great Restoration, with the same gospel, organization, and priesthood found in the ancient Church. Either you believe it and the rest follows, or you don’t, and none of it is true.