- Have some quiet activities ready that will help keep interested.
Some I thought of...Puzzles, play dough, coloring, The Friend Magazine,
Just keeping your kids quiet while you try to hear conference can be a chore. My mom just told me the lds.org website has a resource for parents for conference games and activities. Visit this website at: https://beta.lds.org/general-conference/children?locale=eng I think this is new. I really like the conference bingo because it has seven different bingo sheets so everyone doesn't get bingo at the same time. There is also some online matching games to familiar your children to the prophets and apostles.
- One thing our extended family has done for years that helps everyone is to share with each other our favorite talk, or thought that you got out of conference. Many tears has been shed as we share with each other our testimonies and things that touched us.
- Taking a break in between conference to help get wiggles out is really important. Go for a walk, stretch, anything that helps change the scenery will help. In Logan we might be shoveling snow in between conference, who knows.
I would love some more ideas. What do you do to help make conference special in your homes?