Looking for ideas to learn even more during General Conference? Here are some.
1. Print a Conference Notebook
Ready to take note of inspired messages? Use these printable pages to write quick notes that can help you remember what the speaker talked about and what you learned. Find the picture and fun facts about the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles or find a blank space and fill in the name of the speaker. Write a word or two to describe the topic. Use the “Key Points” section to write down a few things that inspired you. Don’t forget to add the specific guidance from the Spirit—that’s something you want to be able to find quickly. And if the speaker or the Spirit invites you to do something, record it in the “Invitation to Act” section.
2. Play Conference Bingo
Challenge children to a game of conference bingo. Listen for gospel words and different stories, and you just might win!
3. Make Your Own Conference Memes
Download images to use in the LDS Media Library at lds.org/go/lds.org/media-library/images. Add your favorite quote from General Conference, and share it. Don’t forget to use the General Conference hashtag #LDSconf when you share your image on social media.