General conference is just around the corner. Does your family have any conference traditions? The Hansen family creates a conference concession stand every year. The children earn conference coins by being ready on time, cleaning the breakfast table, and being kind. During the first session of conference, they earn coins by listening to speakers and completing quiet conference activities. Before the second session, the conference concession stand opens, and they can purchase goodies with the coins they earned. This tradition has become a family favorite!
There is a story in this month’s magazine about a child having a special experience with general conference. Can you find it? Solve the math problem above to figure out the page number of the story. You can check your answer on page 48.
You could make these nachos for your own conference concession stand!
chopped veggies (olives, peppers, tomatoes)
fat-free sour cream
Put a sheet of waxed paper on a microwavable plate and cover with tortilla chips.
Sprinkle the shedded cheese and half of the veggies over the top of the chips.
Microwave for 30 seconds or until cheese is melted.
Top with a spoonful of sour cream and the rest of the veggies.
On pages 20–21 you’ll meet Katie C. and Alexandra W., who visited Temple Square with their grandmas. The Salt Lake Temple took 40 years to build! When the temple was finally finished, children in the area were invited to attend a special dedication ceremony, and they got to keep something signed by the prophet. You can find out what that was in next month’s Friend, which will have lots of stories about temples.
What can I do to serve my family today?
This year general conference will be held on April 6 and 7. You can find conference stories, coloring sheets, and activities online at lds.org/friend.