“Primary Temple Day” was an exciting experience for the Primary children of the Duluth Minnesota Stake. They participated in temple-themed activities, games, and songs, then toured the grounds of the St. Paul Temple and even visited with the temple president.
Isaac P., 3, Utah, sets up a tent in the family room to watch general conference like King Benjamin’s people. He likes coloring, singing in Primary, reading the Book of Mormon with his family, and going to the library. He helps his family by making dinner with Mom, doing the dishes, and cleaning his room.
Sabrynna C., 5, Idaho, likes helping her mother, being a good foster sister, and taking ballet. She enjoys hearing stories of Jesus Christ and wants to be a missionary someday.
Ashley M., 5, Hawaii, is the youngest of four children. She likes playing with her dogs, Lani and Kui. She enjoys helping in the kitchen and with other chores around the house. One of her favorite Primary songs is “Once There Was a Snowman.”
Emmitt, Levi, and Maliyah C., 6, 3, and 2, Victoria, Australia, enjoy attending Primary and learning more about Jesus Christ.
Scott, Caroline, and Mackenzie T., 10, 8, and 5, North Carolina, all like to help out at home. Scott enjoys helping his mom cook, helping his dad do yard work, and reading to his younger sisters. He likes sports and bird-watching. Caroline serves in the family by developing her talents. She likes to make crafts like the decorated paper plate above, draw, paint, sew, dance, and play the piano. Mackenzie is also a good helper and shares her smile with her family. She likes dancing and singing Primary songs.
Primary children of the Lewvan Ward, Regina Saskatchewan Stake, celebrated President Thomas S. Monson’s birthday by listening to a message from their stake president about the importance of following the prophet. Then they made birthday cards.
Jedidiah W., 6, Alaska, likes to read and imagine stories. He enjoys Primary and reading the Book of Mormon.
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