2018 Books for Next Year!

Are you in a Primary presidency, or are you a Primary chorister? These books have been written especially   for you. The first book, 2018 Primary Theme Book,  is the essential one for Primary presidencies. It has helps for planning the year, tips for the children’s program, and – count ’em – two sharing time ideas for every month. Some of the sharing time ideas help you do suggested activities from the Outline, and some reinforce scriptures or ideas from the Outline. I’ve been a chorister, counselor, and president in Primary, and have also taught every age group in 40+ years in Primary callings. I like to use use things that have helped me, as well as being easy and quick to prepare. Click the images to go to my gloriannemuggli.com website page, where you will be directed to Amazon to purchase the books.

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2018 Primary Theme Book Series: I Am a Child of God

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Update! 2018 Primary Theme Series Books – Coming Soon!

The 2018 Outline doesn’t seem to be available on the lds.org website yet. On the curriculum page, it still says “Available Soon.” It’s there, though (in the Gospel Library), and I got a link to it from somebody on Facebook a little while ago. Since then, I’ve been busy working on books for the 2018 theme. The theme is “I Am a Child of God,” and the Outline material is available here  in chapter form. If you want it, go there, and you can copy and paste to get the Outline.

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ON SALE! My Muggli Graphics 2017 Primary Theme Series Books! Plus FREE Holiday Activity Book!

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If you are in a Primary presidency or are a Primary chorister in the LDS Church, Have I got a SALE for you! I’ve marked most of my  books down so they are an even better deal! Most of the print books (of which there are very few left) are marked down about half, and most of the Kindle books are marked down 25%. I say “most of” because the Children’s Programs are not marked down; they cost less in the first place, and sell later in  the year, presumably when people are writing their programs. Continue reading