LDS Sacrament Meetings’ Games and Resources for Kids (聖餐聚會小遊戲)

One of our privilege to go to church every Sunday is to partake sacrament during the one-hour sacrament meeting. We are able to have a moment to think about Christ and what He has done for us, renew our baptismal covenant with Heavenly Father,  and feel the Spirit.

It should be a high-lighted spiritual moment for me every Sunday. However, after having kids around us, this quiet and peaceful moment was taken away.

During the sacrament meeting, all my husband and I were doing is to calm our kids down, make sure they are not making noises, and try to play with them. It’s a tough time for a young family like us to try our best to teach our kids to be reverent and respectful during the meeting, and also meet these little kiddos needs during that hour.

I do not want to bring our boxes of legos or anything noisy with us, and as they grow up but not able to sit still like us, I don’t want to send them a message that sacrament meeting = play time, so what can I prepare and what can I bring to entertain these little kiddos, and may be even teach them about the gospel as well?

 

English Resources

1. Quite Time Printable Playmat

2. LDS Word Search for Kids

3. LDS Mini Word Search Booklet

4. I Spy Sunday Printable Game

 

Chinese Resources

Chinese LDS Puzzles

 

     

 

There are 10 small puzzles and 2 big puzzles in this freebie.

They are perfect for preschoolers and up to learn about the gospel in Chinese in a fun way.

 

How will it work:

1. Print them out and cut all the strips out.

2. Laminate each strip using a laminator.

3. Cut out the laminated strips and organize each puzzle by putting them into a sandwich/ zip lock bag.

 

 

Traditional Chinese

 

 

Chinese LDS Lacing Games

 

       

 

There is a total of 15 pictures for this freebie.

They are perfect for toddlers to kindergarteners to play and practice their motor skills.

 

How will it work:

1. Print them out and cut each picture out with 1-2 inches left.

2. Laminate each picture by using a laminator.

3. Cut out the laminated pictures and put some holes around the pictures with a hole punch.

4. Put a couple of shoe laces in a sandwich/ zip lock bag with the laminated pictures.