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I love General Conference and I’m excited to be sharing a General Conference Personal Progress Packet. There are some great packets on the web for families and primary kids, but I wanted to make one that would help the girls, not only learn something and have a reason to pay attention, but also help them check off some personal progress experiences. Each value has an experience represented so, if they finish the packet, they will have completed 8 goals! I included extra pages for more experiences or for those girls who have already completed the chosen value experiences. When the girls bring back their packets, I will have a little something for them, including those that completed 1,2, 4, or 8 experiences (haven’t decided yet but probably some sweets/candy or fingernail polish for the ones that complete 8, packaged up cute!).That way, those who were only able to complete one will still feel they accomplished something great and can be recognized for it. Here are some ideas I found on Amazon (I have had great success with these types of items and they fit well in our budget. The girls love them, especially the Peacock hair clips! They do come from China so keep that in mind when ordering). The prices do change a lot, going to under a $1 and then moving to $3 or more out of nowhere. Basically, if you see a good deal, snag it!
I just printed these off on my home printer but you could take them to Kinko’s or another printing facility and have them do it. I get asked frequently about the printers that I use and these are the two that I have LOVED. Both HP and Canon are great. With all of the printing that I do, I need something that works well and prints colors beautifully. The first is the HP Photosmart 6520 and the second is the Canon Pixma MG3520.
They are still cute printed as black and white too. Please let me know if you have any questions or problems: email@example.com. Also, I love to hear feedback on how it worked for you!
The packet is available for free for subscribing to my email list or $3.50 in my Etsy shop or here on the blog along (use the “purchase” button below) with the other conference packets. It takes a lot of work to keep things up so I can keep providing fun printables like this. If you have questions, please email as it’s easier to respond to emails (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Note: Please check all of your email folders once you purchase. The file will be sent as an email automatically after purchase and there have been some who couldn’t find it because it was in their Spam.
Or grab it in my Etsy shop here: