Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Primary Happy Birthday 2010



Celebrate your Birthday's in Primary by giving each child a Birthday Bucket!

Inside Bucket Place The Following Items:
1 - I Know He Lives Bookmark with the Monthly Primary Scriptures
2 - Article of Faith Card with Christ Photo on Front
3 - A Picture of your local Temple
4 - Baggie with candies/goodies tied with ribbon

Another Bucket Idea:
1 - A Red Scripture Marking Pencil

9 comments:

macarrão adria said...

Oi ... amei ....
Gostaria de Receber estes marcadores traduzido para o português ...
andriamoraes@ig.com.br
obrigado ...
andria

Julie and Patrick said...

Where did you get the buckets and where did you store them all?

Julie

Jennifer said...

Hi Andria...I will try to translate your message as soon as possible so I can get back in touch with you. Thanks for viewing Beehive Messages!!!

Jennifer

Jennifer said...

Hi Julie...

I will have to ask Merrilee where she got those buckets. We were thinking that you could find some really cute buckets at the local dollar store. Some times you can find cute mini buckets there. I've even seen some little buckets for $.50 at Target in their dollar section. If they are small enough they could be stored at the church in a closet. If not...you might have to find a place at home.

Jennifer

Simone said...

Andria, é só vc pegar no esboço. São as escrituras mensais.

Jennifer, she wants to have the bookmark translated into Portuguese. I've already answered that she may take the monthly scriptures from the outline.

Please count on me for translations into Portuguese if you need: simontalvao@yahoo.com.br or http://primariasudonline.blogspot.com

w/ love

Jennifer said...

Thanks Simone! I appreciate your help!

Jennifer

Kenney Crew said...

Another idea that I had of something to put in the bucket for Senior Primary children is a new Faith in God book. A few years ago, a stake leader had the idea to give the children a new book every year instead of just one. I know our primary children are constantly telling me that they have lost theirs. I think it's neat that the children can write a new testimony every year and put a new picture in the front cover as well. When they are 12 and graduating from Primary, it might be fun for them to look back and see how much they've grown.

-Merrilee

Cecilia said...

HI! I just LOVE your blog! I live in Argentina and I'm always looking for different things to do for aour Primary kids. I wanted to ask you what computer program do you use to make those beautiful bookmar?
Thanks for all your ideas!

Jennifer said...

Hi Cecilia...

Thank you for your kind words. Wow...you are from Argentina. That is so cool! We have a young man from our ward who leaves this week for the MTC. He will be serving in Argentina. His name is Elder Scott. You'll have to let me know if you run into him at all. My dad also served in Argentina several years ago. As for the bookmark...it was created by my sister. Please keep in touch with us as we love hearing from friends around the world!!!

Happy Monday!
Jennifer