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LDS General Conference Activity Packet for Kids


The LDS General Conference is a wonderful time to be inspired and uplifted!  However, sometimes our kids need a little extra help listening to what’s being taught.  That’s why we have created this free General Conference activity packet for kids to help them learn by having fun! 

This activity packet has been a family favorite since I created it several years ago.  Another fun conference tradition we have is that I make these amazing Homemade Cinnamon Rolls before each Sunday morning session.

several printable sheets fill with activities for children to do during the LDS General Conference

What Is The LDS General Conference

Twice a year the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints holds a “General Conference”.  During the conference the Church’s prophet, and other leaders, speak to Church members and anyone else who would like to participate, and discuss various topics centered around Jesus Christ.  For more information you can visit the Church’s website.

LDS Conference Activity Packet

The LDS General Conference is coming up and I am so excited! General Conference weekends are some of my favorite weekends of the year. (Who doesn’t love the chance to go to church in your PJs?)

We started a small tradition for the Sunday sessions of conference where we invite our friends or family over and we watch the 1st session, then we have a yummy brunch with cinnamon rolls and a fruit platter, and then watch the second session. General Conference Sundays are some of my very favorite!

This year I thought it would be fun to print some activities to help the kids pay attention to conference and keep busy so they stay reverent. The problem I found is that all the printable activities I saw were too mature for my young kids – things like word searches and crossword puzzles just weren’t going to cut it, so I made my own! You are welcome to use this General Conference activity packet too if you’d like!

a close up of pages from this activity packet for kids to use during the LDS General Conference.

Materials Need To Make A General Conference Packet

  • Free printable (download below)
  • Scissors
  • Stapler
  • Crayons, colored pencils, markers etc.

How To Make Your General Conference Activity Packet

  1. Download and print the general conference activity packet. (Link below)
  2. Cut each page in half and add a staple in the corner.
  3. Give each child their own packet, then keep your fingers and toes crossed the activities keep them reverent!!! 🙂

…and you’re done!


Please Note: You are welcome to print this packet as many times as you’d like, but please do not sell them for profit or claim them as your own. Thanks for your understanding. 🙂

More Fun General Conference Ideas

 Hope you have an awesome conference weekend!


This idea was originally published on Somewhat Simple in March of 2010. We updated the design in 2012 and again in 2016.

General Conference is this weekend, YAY!!! Time to download our FREE General Conference Activity Packet for Kids! #lds #ldsconf #ldsprimary #mormon #generalconference #kidsactivities #freeprintable

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