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LatterdayVillage has resources for all aspects of Primary!

2017

Each year there is an annual theme and assigned curriculum. You will find resources specifically designed for this current year including PLANNERS, BIRTHDAY CARDS, NOTEBOOK COVERS, and more!

And Monthly helps such as MONTHLY SHARING TIMES, MONTHLY POSTERS, MONTHLY SONG, NEWSLETTERS, PRIMARY SCRIPTURE SEARCH and more!

LESSON & TEACHING HELPS

Lesson Supplements to assist with Sunbeam, CTR and Valiant lesson manuals

MUSIC

Music leaders have 15 minutes each week for Singing Time - find a multitude of helps for Primary Choristers!

ACTIVITES

This includes Scouting for boys, Activity Days for girls and Quarterly Activity Days for all children 

LEADERSHIP

Resources for Primary Presidents, Primary Counselors, and Primary Secretaries - along with teacher resources

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History

The History of LDS PrimaryPrimary had it's beginnings in Farmington, Utah in 1878.  

Aurielia Spencer Rogers was concerned about the behavior of neighborhood boys and after discussing it with Eliza R. Snow, they developed a program for boys and girls that was approved by President John Taylor.  

On Sunday August 25, 1878, 224 children met in the Farmington Rock Chapel - that is still standing today.  Ward Primaries were held throughout the territory.  

The first official general Primary president was called in 1880.  There are now over one million children attending Primary throughout the world.

The First LDS Primary

To learn more about Primary, visit LDS.org - Primary

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