Saturday, September 24, 2011
General Conference Packets for my Primary kids
I fixed the link to download this from the blog and have added the jpg file for the crayon label. I will no longer be e-mailing out these files. Please read the instructions on how to download the file from here.
I've hosted the file on my husband's server (carbonated labs) so don't get confused when that's what the URL says. :)
So I wanted to put something together for all my primary kids for this coming Conference. I looked all over the internet (got sucked into Pinterest for ideas! Darn that pinterest!!) I found a bunch of cute ideas, but nothing that I was overly fond of. So I copied a few ideas, came up with a few of my own and then made my own packets for the kids. I think they turned out so cute too!
I have a bunch of different sections with activities and then treats for completion of each section.
I made the packages small so that I could do lots of little pages per full page (saves paper!) Now they are small and portable. I made my own little covers for the packets and then covers for the crayons mounted on cute card stock for each kid so they all match. Then I used some of the extra metal rings I had from Ellie's quiet book and put them all together. I had to add some little fabric pieces to each, to add some color (because now they are "scrappy" tee hee hee). And then attached a treat bag at the back with treats for each section.
Some of the sections I included were: Listen carefully - where they have to listen for each of the words during conference), Bingo pieces - that they can cut out and put on the bingo sheet I included, Scripture match-up - where they have to match the scripture to what it's about, armor of god - they have to find which name goes with which piece of armor, name that apostle - match the apostle with his initial, a word search and crossword puzzle and lastly some talk sheets and pictures of all the apostles- so they can cut out each apostle and put it on the talk sheet they want to highlight with notes etc.
Here is the link to the PDF if you'd like to download it. Click HERE.
I saw a few comments that you couldn't download the PDF. I clicked on the link and it opened in a print window. If you click on the print icon and then select "Print to PDF" then you can select where to save it and print it from there. Hopefully that works.
Here is the crayon label. Just click on the image below to open it larger and then drag it to your desktop. or you can right click on it and choose "save target as" and then choose your desktop. Either of those should work.