Well, we’ve certainly had an eventful time recently. We’ve lost our beloved President Monson and now we have a new president, Russell M. Nelson, with his counselors. Because of that, and the many posts I’ve seen on Facebookabout Primary leaders wondering how to talk to children about this, I’ve undertaken some revisions.
Three of the FREE DOWNLOADS had pictures of President Monson on the front and content about him. Those books have been revised or added to, and are now available as FREE downloads for you to use in any way you wish. You can certainly use some of that content to tell the children about our new prophet, President Russell M. Nelson.
The 2018 Primary theme is “I Am a Child of God,” and I have two FREEdownloadsthat support that theme! The books can be printed, copied, and the files can be shared with others. They can be used for sharing time, your classroom, Family Home Evening, or for general use, such as keeping kids quiet and occupied in church or at home.
The first one is “I Am a Child of God Activity Book,” and the second one is “Gospel Games: I Am a Beloved Child of Heavenly Father.” Both of them have games and activities that can help teach kids that they are children of God.
2018is almost upon us! What will you be doing? Is your calling in Primary? Are you looking for activities and games for your class, sharing time, singing time, FHE, or for use at home for your children/grandchildren? Let us help you.
Here’s a chartto guide you in picking out which publications can assist you in whatever you are trying to accomplish. All are available as free downloads except for the 2018 Primary Theme Series books, and you can still get those to read for free if you subscribe to Kindle Unlimited.
Some of us have childrenor grandchildrengetting ready to be baptized, or we may be preparing a baptism program for the children in Primarywho are to be baptized in the next year. I have two FREEdownloadsfor you!
To help you get a programready, take a look at this kit. The kit includes a talk, posters, bookmark gifts, invitations, and programsfor attendees. These are ideas you can print and use as you wish, including sharing the files with others.
There’s one Christmastradition I like a lot, and that’s storytelling. When my kids were young, we always told the Nativity story on Christmas Eve, because that’s the reason we have a Christmas celebration in the first place. There are a lot of other great Christmas Stories, and here are three kits for telling them. In a kit, you get a story, some visual aids to help tell the story, activitiesto go with the story, as well as instructions and suggestions.
This week I have two FREEdownloads for you! They are both about Presidents of the LDS/Mormon Church. They can be used in class, for sharing time, for singing time, for Family Home Evening, or for general use. One has games and activities that can be used to teach about each of the presidents, and the other one is a kit that can be used for all kinds of guessingand matching games. It has pictures, numbers (order of service), facts, names, and signatures for all the presidents, along with suggestions on how to use the kit.
This week’s FREEdownload is about building faithin Jesus Christ. Is anything more important to teach to your children? This book contains my all-time favorite Easter story, “What was in Jeremy’s Egg?” That story usually brings me close to tears. This book is totally free, and you can print and copy it, share the file with others, or make changes to the file.
Every child needs to know and understand that he or she is a literal child of God. This is an activity book with games and activities that reinforce that concept. It’s FREE! Print the pages as needed and use for the classroom, Family Home Evening, and general use.
Parentsand Primary teachers, do you ever want or need to teach about an Article of Faith? Ever want a game or a poster? Well, this is a book just for you. It has games and activities for every Article, plus a poster of each one, and a poster with all of them.
Currently I’m a CTRteacher, and I use the posters all the time in my classroom as well as to make little handouts for the children to take home – I shrink them and put four on a page.