I’m excited to share my 2016 Primary Planner Sheets with all of you today! I have some great new sheets for this year’s planner. Keep on reading to see what is included this year, and to get a sneak peek at the planner sheets.
This year’s planner will NOT disappoint! There are 98 pages! That sounds like A LOT of printing, but don’t worry, you won’t need to print ALL 98 pages. 🙂
You just need to decide whether you would like your planner sheets in color or black & white. Forty-nine pages are in color and the other forty-nine are black & white. The most number of pages you will be printing is 37. 🙂 I’ve just given you a lot of options in this year’s planner, so no need to print everything, but if you want to, be my guest.
Here’s What’s New!
2016 Year Calendar Sheet: This is great to see the whole year at a glance.
2016 Month at a Glance Sheets: I included these last year, but this year I created some with separate sections for Jr. and Sr. Primary. Choose the ones that work best for your primary.
2016 Detailed Primary Budget Tracker Sheet: I included a Budget Tracker sheet in my planner last year, but I gave it a little make-over for this year’s planner. You will still find the same one from last year, but you will also find my new ‘Detailed’ Tracker Sheet as well. There were new things I wanted to include, but couldn’t fit them onto 1 page. The new tracker sheet is 2 pages, and has more room for expenses.
Opening Exercises Sheet: Once again, I included an opening exercises sheet in my 2015 Planner Sheets, but this year I have included another great sheet for those of you who have separate Jr/Sr opening exercises!
.I even included a space at the bottom for you to write down next week’s assignments. One of my lovely proof-readers asked if I could add an “Other” line for wards that may assign an Article of Faith, Scripture Hero, etc.
Primary Presidency Meeting Notes Sheet: This is a great sheet for your notes from your presidency meetings. If you’re like me, and like to use notebooks at your meeting (because sometimes my notes get a little crazy), just transfer the important notes or the notes that pertain to you, over to these 2 sheets. Keep the sheets in your binder, so if someone has a question about something that was discussed at a meeting, you’ll have the notes right there!
These sheets have several different sections for notes, a place to write down upcoming activities or dates, a ‘To-Do’ list to help you remember what you need to finish before the next meeting, a space to write the date and time of the next meeting, and then a whole 2nd page for additional notes.
Visits Sheet: This sheet is great for visits that you make as a presidency. There’s a space for the child/family name, address, and date of visit. There’s also space to make any notes about the visit, and also a place to write down a result.
EX: Notes: We visited the Smith family, and they were very happy to see us. We invited their son to Primary, and gave them an invitation to the upcoming Primary Program.
Result: As a result of our visit, the Smith’s will be coming to church the Sunday of the Primary Program, and their son is wanting to participate.
Looking Ahead Sheet: This sheet can be placed at the back of your binder or after the December Monthly Calendar Sheet. As you begin 2017, you can write down ideas or meetings, or activities that may be scheduled for the months ahead.
You could also use this for 2016, and then print another one for 2017.
Also Included in My Planner Sheets:
Monthly Calendar Sheets: This year I decided to fill in the dates for you. 🙂
2016 Budget Sheet: This is different than the Budget Tracker I talked about earlier. This is a sheet to figure out how exactly to split your Primary Budget.
Teacher Interviews: This sheet is great for teacher interviews. Just ask the questions, and fill it out!
2016 Goals Sheet: It’s always important to have goals. This sheet will help you do just that. There’s a space for a yearly goal, as well as Monthly Goals to do.
Where to Find My Planner Sheets
So that’s what’s new, and a little sneak peek into my 2016 Planner Sheets! Would you like your very own set to help get your Primary Binder a little more organized? My 2016 Primary Presidency Planner Sheets are available for purchase in my Etsy shop, HERE!
Or just click on the “My Shop” tab up at the top of my blog.
You will find a complete list of everything included in my 2016 Primary Planner Sheets, and some other pictures, in my Etsy Shop. So stop by and take a look!
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Good luck! I hope you enjoy my 2016 Primary Planner Sheets. Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great day.
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