General Conference, a male speaker giving a General Conference address.
General Conference (2) Conference Counsel Carousel, 4 mini-pictures of things to do to follow the prophet: praying, studying scriptures, remembering the Savior (the sacrament), being kind
General Conference (3) Conference Coloring Activity, General Conference scenes
General Conference (4) Color the speaker page where children can add facial featured, hair and tie to the speaker.
General Conference (5) Coloring page showing a father and daughter reading the Conference issue of the Ensign. Below it says, "God’s prophets and apostles speak to us in general conference".
General Conference (6) Pictures of the red chairs the apostles sit in during conference. Separate pictures of each prophet and apostle.  When you watch general conference and one of these men gives a talk, you can move his picture from his chair to the podium.
General Conference Bingo - One playing board with illustrations of different parts of general conference for children to try and get a "bingo".
Godhead, a mosaic-like color-by-number page with only the words "The Godhead, Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ, Holy Ghost." Because of the many small areas to color, this page is probably more appropriate for older children.
Good Samaritan, 9 mini-pictures that tell the story. To print the pictures first right-click on each picture and select "save picture as."
Good Samaritan (2) 6 mini-pictures depicting the Inn; Money; Levite; Good Samaritan; Priest; Wounded man. Can be used as flannel board figures to retell the story, The Good Samaritan
Good Samaritan (3) My faith in Jesus Christ grows when I serve others. The Good Samaritan, based on the illustration "Samaritan Helps the Jew"(c) ProvidenceCollection.com
Gospel of Jesus Christ I love my Savior, Jesus Christ, and His restored gospel. A boy hanging a poster of Christ on his bedroom wall.
Gratitude - coloring page with three places for kids to draw/color things they are grateful for.
Growing Up is Great - coloring page with stages of growing up and the fun that comes with each age.
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