Does your primary need a simple primary birthday gift for 2021? Does it need to be something that can be dropped off at home? I’ve altered my Golden Birthday Ticket to be home centered so you can easily and safely recognize primary children’s birthdays at home!
If I’m being honest, and this is totally my opinion, all birthday recognition should be done at home. Especially with the recent changes to the church’s schedule, there just isn’t much time to recognize birthdays during the 2-hour block meeting.
But don’t get me wrong, I think quickly passing out a “Golden Birthday Ticket” handed out between primary classes so the child can go see the bishop is quick, easy and a great way to get every child to say hello to the bishop!
But for most of the church, singing time is on hold for now. That means birthday recognition needs to be done at home. So I’ve altered my Golden Birthday Ticket Printable to do just that!
Check out my original Golden Birthday Ticket post HERE that has more details!
You can access my printables at my Resource Library. Instructions for accessing my Resource Library are found at the bottom of this post.
Our plan is to attach a candy bar to each ticket and to drop it off at each child’s house either on their birthday or the Sunday before.
We will send out an email the week of the birthday child’s birthday with an attachment letter containing the birthday ticket and instructions to go to the Bishop’s house to pick up their gift. You can find more details HERE on our gift.
Make sure to check out all the other things our primary has done to recognize primary children birthdays in the past HERE. These Article of Faith blocks were a HUGE hit and might fit nicely with 2021’s study of Doctrine and Covenants!
Check out this quick tutorial video for accessing the Resource Library:
These printables are filed on my Resource Library page under Category Title > Birthdays.