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Every conference, the search is on for the very best way to encourage our youth to prepare for conference, pay attention during conference and to keep it visible in between conferences. I’ve started collecting some resources to make it easier to find what you’re looking for. I will update this as I find more resources, so be sure to check back to see what’s new!
The LDS Conference Study Journal is great for both before and during. I really love that there’s a page to write down personal questions and concerns that you have going into conference.
You can share this guide to preparing for conference by simply sending a link via email or text. They can choose from several options on this page how they’d like to prepare: review the blessings of conference, consider personal questions and learn about our leaders. I like that this option lets our youth decide which method of preparation interests them the most!
It would be so easy to print this New Era article to hand out on the Sunday before conference. It covers ways to prepare. Things to pay attention to during conference and how to keep it in your heart after conference is over.
Check out this note-taking sheet from NathanRichardson.com! I love that he has a space for each member of the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve! I also like that there’s a “so what” column. It’s really good for our teens to think about what they will do differently because of what they see and hear during conference.
This Personal Progress Social Media Challenge is great for during conference! I love that it helps young women to do their Personal Progress and helps them share the gospel online!
This conference packet from This Mormon Life is designed for young men. It fits nicely into a small 3-ring binder. There’s also a Jeopardy game in this post to be used as an activity for after conference.
The General Conference Family Kit has something for all ages. The thing I like best about this one are the trivia pages. Perfect for post-conference youth activity that would also take little to know prep!
Life’s Journey to Perfection’s conference packet is good for before, during and after. Since resources to help after conference are a little harder to come by, I’m putting it here. Her packet includes a page where teens can write a list of talks they want to re-read. This is something I want to start doing!
What are some of your favorite LDS Conference resources for teens? Please share in the comments!