Looking forward to General Conference…

Pres. Thomas S. Monson

Pres. Thomas S. Monson

For those of you who are not familiar with General Conference… it happens twice a year and it’s a conference where we, as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, have the opportunity to hear from our beloved Prophet and other church leaders.  It lasts for two days for a total of five 2-hour sessions.  We will hear talks on how we can become better and we also get to hear such amazing music.  It’s my favorite thing to listen to conference (on TV or the radio) as I do my major home organization by cleaning out closets, drawers, and cupboards.  I’ve done this ever since the kids were little when I use to change out their seasonal clothes and go through their toys.  I love that feeling of clearing out the clutter out of my house and getting my spiritual “ducks in a row” at the same time.  Love it!!! Anyway, sometimes it’s hard for those who are younger to listen to even one of those sessions, so I’ve made a fun way to help them stay engaged as they watch.  There are some other really fun ideas on my PINTEREST page too, such as bingo, word searches, candy jar games, etc.   The one I created this week has the Prophet and the Quorum of the Twelve with ties to color, boxes to check, and a place for the topic they talked about.  It’s a free  DOWNLOAD, so enjoy it.  Here’s what each page looks like but the download has all the pages in order and you can print it in either color or black and white.

Prophet ties 1

Prophet ties 2

Prophet ties 3

Prophet ties 4

Have a great conference weekend (October 4th and 5th)… it’s also a great time to take a drive up the canyon, take some pics of the fall colors, and enjoy the last of the warm weather.  Happy Fall everyone…. it’s been beautiful so far.

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