When the new Temple and Priesthood Preparation meeting for Primary children was announced, I enjoyed putting together invitations and handouts for my own Primary kiddos and families. I hope you enjoy these FREE PRINTABLES for your Primary! This set is for the Atlanta, Georgia temple. You can find my main post with previews of all these items as well as other temples by clicking here.
The invitations are 2 to a standard 8.5 x 11 inch page. You can choose a JPG to add your own text to or a fillable PDF. Download the PDF and add your text in Adobe Reader. (You will need Nexa Bold font for the PDF if you want it to match my items. You can download it for free here.)
Click here to download blank JPG invitations.
Click here to download editable PDF invitations.
These are 4.25 x 11 inches (two fit on a standard 8.5 x 11 inch page). There’s also a back side (not editable) that has temple and priesthood resources for the Primary children and families (scriptures, lessons, talks, etc.). Download the PDF and add your text in Adobe Reader. (You will need Nexa Bold font for the PDF if you want it to match my items. You can download it for free here.)
Click here to download blank JPG programs.
Click here to download editable PDF programs.
Click here to download the back side with resources.
These are 5 x 7 inches. I put these on the back of a picture of the Savior and laminated for a handout. You can use however you want. These are points from this article from the General Primary Presidency and Board.
Click here to download the handout.
These are 2 x 6 inches with room at the top to punch a hole and include a ribbon, if you’d like, but they’re fine without.
Click here to download the bookmark.
I’d love to see how you use them! Feel free to email me or post on Instagram and use the hashtag #BitsyCreations and I’ll see it. As always, please do not claim these as your own. They are free for personal use only. You may not use any portion of my illustrations or designs on items you create for sale.
Wow!!! Thank you so much! I was especially delighted to see you took the effort to offer different temples. I began with a SLC temple, then was about to try to make one from scratch–would have been rough–when I saw our temple, the Atlanta temple! Thank you for this sweet gift!
I’m so glad you found your temple! It’ll be awhile before I have all of them, but I hope one day I can do that! 🙂