Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Primary Calendars 2015

Several months ago I shared my favorite primary reports.  The ones we ended up really using every week.

Two of those were calendars that need to be adjusted slightly for the new years theme.  I've gone ahead and done that for those of you that haven't gotten around to it yet.  Well, and for myself, too.


This first one I call our Overview Calendar (DOWNLOAD HERE) and it's the one I stick in the very back of my binder so I can see it without have to open the binder.  It's got all our important Sunday dates, lists of all the lesson's, monthly themes and song, and a spot to put who is in charge of what in our presidency.

The second one still has the monthly themes, although they aren't completely necessary here.  This calendar's main purpose is birthdays, thus the name Birthday Calendar (DOWNLOAD HERE).  We keep track of every child and leader so we can recognize them during primary.  I also use it to more easily see upcoming baptisms, primary graduations, and incoming toddlers for nursery.

We've found it handiest to put the child's name along with the birthday, that way we can simply copy and paste from one year to another.

If you'd like to see my other favorite reports, you can check them out in this postI've also made posters for next year (that go along with each months theme) on this post.

Leah

9 comments:

  1. Leah, as a Primary President I have to thank you for your organizational skills and sharing these great calendars with all of us. I do have a question about the Overview Calendar. For the Mar. 29th dates, under Jr. I believe the Easter lesson is #46 (which makes the Christmas lesson 47?) according to the Primary 3 manual. Also, I didn't find a page 220 in Primary 7 manual for the Sr. lesson, what manual/resource are you refering to on that date? I hate to be a bother, just curious. Thank you so much for creating great Primary aids for all of us to use. --Tami (Virginia)

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    1. You are right about the mix up on lesson numbers. I thought I double checked them, but I either didn't or didn't do it as well as I should have. Either way, thanks!!

      And I'm not sure about the 220. I probably just can't remember right now. Either that or it's a typo. I went through and double checked the others and decided I'm going to leave senior primary Easter and Christmas lesson-less since they don't have them in the manual.

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  2. Thanks so much for generously sharing these files. As a new primary president I love having them and now I don't have to make them myself.

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  3. I left a comment earlier, but not sure it posted. I just want to say thank you so much!! You just made my life so much easier. I also found this list for class rosters, birthdays, etc that is wonderful! http://kristalcoles.blogspot.com/2011/05/editable-primary-roster-excel-file-free.html

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  4. You are so wonderful! Thank you so much!

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  5. You are amazing! Words cannot describe how happy I am that I don't have to make all of this up for myself! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!!

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  6. Thanks so much for these awesome schedules! I am a newly called secretary and was wondering if you had plans to update these for 2016??? Thanks for sharing your talents and organizational skills!

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  7. This is awesome! Is there one for 2016 by chance?

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  8. This is awesome! Is there one for 2016 by chance?

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