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.
The first time I was a Primary president, my counselors and I divvied up bulletin board responsibilities. I did what I usually do, which is gather ideas and materials for the ones I was going to be responsible for. Then I went hog-wild and made four books of stuff to put on bulletin boards, one for each season of the year. I got visuals for things having to do with each season and holidays, and added in Church history dates. I actually used the books when I did the bulletin boards. My favorite things are the borders – those borders can be expensive at the store, and they’re more often than not unattractive. Also, have you ever tried to find some to fit your theme? You’re lucky to find a color you like. What I’m going to do is to post a bulletin board book for FREEdownload for each season. Here’s the one for Spring! Look for the others throughout the year!
Christmas is coming, and I have a couple of FREEgifts for you! Try these for sharing time, classroom, FHE, or anytime. Piccola is a little girl who was very, very good, but her parents were sad because they had no money for a gift. Tell this moving story about a little child’s faith. Continue reading →
I hope you had a great Thanksgiving and are ready for a Merry Christmas! One of the things I loved to do when I was a Primary President was to put up fun and informative bulletin boards. Continue reading →
Years ago, someone gave my family a Christmas gift of a story with visual aids called “Teach the Children.” The little felt pieces and story have long since gotten lost, but the story was a family tradition for many years. Continue reading →