A Fun Idea: Our secretary just has a simple
piece of paper with the information on it in a cute font. The creative part I
wanted to share is that she buys cheap ponytail elastics (the kind that are
soft, not rubbery) and attaches one of those. Then the teachers can put them
on the wrist of the children. We've found that this bracelet usually makes it
to the parents without getting lost and the girls like having new ponytail
You've got mail! - Our Primary was doing this when I became Pres, so I can't
take the credit, but I can tell you that the kids love it. We have a mailbox.
(We place it on the piano each Sunday) The secretary places the assignments for
the next week in it before Primary begins. At the end of sharing time, we check
the mailbox and see who got mail. The kids are very excited and we often hear,
"When's my turn?" (Even in senior primary!) Hope this helps, good luck!
Box - (Idea by Colleen in Florida) We have a nifty little "Talk Box" full of
CTR shields with the children's names on them. The children who gave talks
THIS WEEK get to reach in and pull out the name of the lucky children who get to
speak NEXT WEEK or the week thereafter, however far in advance you plan.
Seems to work for us...
Thank you for giving the talk - (mini candy bar
wrapper from lds.about.com)
- Talk Reminders (Idea from www.about.lds.com)
LDS Primary Envelopes from lds.about.com
Primary Assignment Reminders
Some Primary Talks - I'm starting a
collection. If you write one for your child, send me a copy and I'll post
Talk Reminder Cards, Wristbands, Postcards and more!
Wristbands submitted by Heather Matthews