August Miller, Deseret News
Keeping children of any age engaged in general conference can be a challenge at times.
Conference activity packets can be an effective means of focusing restless children on the speakers, or simply providing them with a quiet game. They have become popular among parents and now circulate throughout the blogosphere.
Here is Mormon Times' version of general conference activity pages, courtesy of Deseret News artist Josh Ferrin.
For other ideas to help engage children in general conference, see Emily Jensen's Bloggernacle Back Bench.
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