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{Primary} Teacher Birthday Gifts

When I served in the Primary Presidency several years ago the President found ‘coupons’ to give to the teachers on their birthday.
The coupons were for a ‘Sunday Off’ so that they could go to Relief Society/Priesthood.

Well, I’m back in Primary and asked the President if we could do something similar for our wonderful teachers.
Today I would like to share what I created for our teachers.

{Primary} Teacher Birthday Gifts


I began by searching for ideas on Pinterest (gotta love Pinterest!). I was on the search for Birthday Gift ideas for the teachers as well as ‘Thank You’ ideas for substitutes (post & printables to come soon).
As I was scrolling through Pinterest I came across a cute printable (found HERE) for a Kit Kat bar. The printable was for school teachers and it wrapped around the entire bar, but I liked the phrase on the printable ‘You Deserve a Break’.

I decided to use the ‘Kit Kat’ idea along with the coupon for our gifts.

{Primary} Teacher Birthday Gifts

I saw a few different versions of the ‘coupon’ on Pinterest, here is one teacher appreciation coupon on Sugardoodle. I decided to change a few things, so I got to work creating my own coupon and a tag for the Kit Kat.

Here is the finished product! What do you think?
{Primary} Teacher Birthday Gifts

I had some clear plastic boxes that I thought would work great. I decided to use the Kit Kat miniatures and added a few to the box and then wrapped the box with some twine (ribbon or string would work great too). I punched a hole in the ‘Need a Break’ tag and tied that on to the string. Then I slipped the coupon underneath the string.

You could also buy the full size candy bars and place the coupon on top and tie some string/ribbon around it and add the tag.
No matter what you do I’m sure your Primary teachers will love it! Because who wouldn’t like chocolate and a Sunday off?!?

Today I am sharing my Teacher Coupon Printables with you!
Just click the links below to download & print.



And to all you amazing primary teachers out there…Thank you for all you do.

 “No greater responsibility can rest upon any man [or woman],

than to be a teacher of God’s Children.”

{Pres. David O. McKay}


You may feel like your calling isn’t as great or as important as some other callings, but I think yours is the greatest. :)

Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day! 


{Primary} Teacher Birthday Gifts

2014 Scripture Reading Chart

Here is the 2014 scripture reading chart reading “I have read the scriptures every day in 2014”!  Enjoy! With or without scripture image.   Also available as a plain 2 per page version.  

2014 Primary Teacher/Presidency binder covers. and classroom door signs

I wanted to make a binder for each of my teachers and each of my counselors for Primary this next year, so here are the covers i made. I also wanted the door signs to match for the classrooms, so there is classroom signs as well. hope you enjoy :) I also included a blank page with no words so you could add your own text if needed.

Christ Silhouette

This is a silhouett version of the Christus Statue with some alterations for ease of printing.

Families are Forever with Temple

I created this logo for use with the 2014 Primary Theme, Families are Forever.   This logo uses a temple for the ‘l’ in families to show that Families can be Forever when sealed in the temple.  You can use this image on items you will not sell for profit, including t-shirts, crafts, and programs, but please leave the MormonShare.com logo intact. UPDATE – I decided the other image looked…
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General Conference Handout

I decided to create a simple handout for either the young women or relief society sisters to encourage themto prayerfully watch General Conference! As of late I have been on a bit of a nautical kick, which inspired the handout. If you want to pair a treat with the handout you could easily package up some chocolate gold coins or Nestle’s “Treasures”… (mmmmm). Also included on the handout are some “Map Markers” which are…
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