LDS Coloring Books
 My children love Crayola Color Wonder books. I liked them for church because the markers are not a danger to their clothes, the benches, etc. However, I did not like the fact that their minds were focused on Disney characters or whatever type of book we had. I noticed that there are plain drawing pads available for purchase. I then found a website that has activity pages from the Friend: LDS Coloring Pages. Now I just print these gospel themed pages on Color Wonder paper and we have more appropriate activities for my young children for Sacrament Meeting, General Conference, or Stake Conference.  (Idea by Brooke Bruderer / ga10022008)


 Children and Sacrament Meeting - helping children learn appropriate behavior for Sacrament Meeting
Family Home Evening Lesson on Giving Talks by Deseret Book


Appropriate music for Sacrament Meeting


A wise bishop....
Aaronic Priesthood Sacrament Assignment Form
An idea to help your children be reverent during church
Church Listening Card by Missy White
Getting to church on time - taken from the Ensign, July 1995 pg. 71
How can I get more out of Sacrament Meeting talks? August 1990 Ensign (Scroll Down)
It's in the bag - When my husband was called to the bishopric, I faced the seemingly insurmountable task of caring for my three young children alone during sacrament meeting. My first few attempts didn’t go well, but over time I began to succeed. (June 2005 Ensign)
 Sacrament Meeting Notes by Kara Moss


ABC Coloring Book by Heidi Weatherston and Gloria Summers 
Getting more from Sacrament Meeting by Melanie Day
Gospel ABC Cards
Picture Puzzles - A while back I went through my old Ensign/New Era/Friend magazines (over 5 years) and cut out all the photograph/pictures that I thought might be used. I sorted them in file folders in an apple box (topics: family, children, teens, Old Testament stories, New Testament Stories, Modern Prophets, etc.) I have used these pictures in many ways: I picked out interesting ones and put them in plastic pages to make quiet books for my own children to look at during Sacrament Meeting; one specifically on the Sacrament, keeps them busy during the Sacrament. Recently I used a duplicate copy of the Prophet Joseph Smith to make a puzzle (gluing it to cardboard and cutting it into pieces) and put questions about prophets on the back of each piece to use in my Valiant 12 class. I don't feel so bad about cutting a picture or letting children use them for games or story telling themselves (or just to look at) because they are free and often duplicates. (Idea by Evelyn Hawley)
 Quiet Book Ideas


 Quick Quotes


 Reverence Book by Rebecca Menzie


 Continually Creative - Ward Bulletin Template
Our Sacrament Meeting Program Covers, October 1997 Ensign
Sacrament Meeting Program Covers
Sacrament Meeting Program Template
Tri-Fold Sacrament Meeting Program Template by Becky