Free LDS clipart is useful for coloring pages, as a teaching aid for lessons and songs, and to help children stay quiet during church meetings. Using art can help both children and adults retain more of what they learn during lessons.
When teaching songs to children, leaders should use visual aids to assist with memorization. Choir leaders can also use clipart to help choir members gain a better understanding of the songs they learn. Teachers in children's classes often use pictures, coloring pages and activity pages; teachers of youth and adult classes should remember that their students enjoy seeing relevant pictures as well. Clipart can be helpful during family lessons, when every child may want to hold a picture that relates to the lesson. Printing out coloring pages before church helps young children stay quiet, and older children can benefit by coloring if it helps them focus their mind on religious ideas.
Collections of free LDS art are available in the Media Library at LDS.org. This resource provides high-resolution pictures suitable for printing and available for non-commercial use. It also includes many pictures of Jesus Christ, temples and Joseph Smith, and pictures that include quotes from General Conferences. Especially for children, the site also contains coloring pages, visual aids, activity pages and symbols of common themes discussed in children's lessons.