I have had so many kind comments about my 2016 Primary Program Cover and Invitations, and I cannot begin to tell you how much I appreciate each and every one of your comments. Thank you! I have had a few people ask if I would be able to create some comment cards to go along with my program covers. So today that is what I am sharing. 🙂
If you’re new to the whole ‘comment card’ thing, let me explain. The idea is to have the people in the congregation fill out a card about the Primary Program. They can write down a simple note letting the children know what a great job they did, or they can write about the Spirit that was felt, or any other uplifting message.
Have the cards, pens/pencils, and a basket/box by the chapel doors. You might want a sign that says ‘Please take one’ or something along those lines. The instructions are on each card, so they will know to write down a message and then return it to the basket or to a member of the Primary Presidency.
I have heard that the Primary President then reads the cards aloud to the children during Primary. You could also invite some of the Sr. Primary children to read a few of them. Many of you like to have a little ‘celebration’ after the Program, these cards would be great to read during opening exercises, and then throughout your celebration activities. It would be fun to even pin them to your Primary bulletin board or the Ward bulletin for everyone to see. How do you use comment cards for the Primary Program?
Primary Program Comment Cards
I created these fun comment cards that go along great with my Primary Program Cover, found HERE. I fit 4 to a page, so all you have to do is download and print. Feel free to print on plain paper or cardstock
I hope you enjoy my Primary Program Comment Cards and are able to use them for your Primary Program. I love, love, love the Primary Program. It is one of my favorite Sundays, and I am looking forward to ours in December. I would love to hear if you use my cards, and how you plan to use them, so be sure to leave me a comment.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day.
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