Yesterday I finally finished writing our Ward’s Primary Program Script. This is the first time I have ever had to write the script, and I was quite nervous about it. I wanted to make sure that the Spirit is felt during the Program and that it flowed well, and, well….PERFECT!

I finally realized that no matter what you do for a Primary Program, it’s usually amazing. All those adorable children saying their parts, and the wonderful musical numbers…how could you not feel the Spirit. 🙂


When I found out I was in charge of the script, I began looking at past program scripts. I found several that I liked and took bits and pieces from each one and added some of my own style/words to it.

I really liked the scripts that went month by month. I thought it would be neat to have a Sr. Primary Narrator for each month. They have long parts, but I really liked the idea of having them talk about what we learned that particular month. Then I just added some short speaking parts to better explain what the children learned.

I saw some scripts that I really liked on Sugardoodle, and I also saw some great ideas on The Mormon Home. If you haven’t taken a look at her script then stop by and take a look, Click HERE to visit The Mormon Home. She has an awesome introduction that I really liked. I added it to my script, but may add a few personal things to it later.

I also really liked an idea that she had in her script. For the month of May she had the idea of having each of the children that were baptized this year to share an experience/memory from their baptism. For this month I’m thinking of having their teacher(s) be the narrator. Here’s what I have:

May: Principles and Ordinances of the Gospel Lead Me to Jesus Christ

(Sr. Narrator/Teacher): In May, we learned that the first principles and ordinances of the Gospel are: first, Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ; second, Repentance; third, Baptism by immersion for the remission of sins; fourth, Laying on of hands for the gift of the Holy Ghost”

We know the Savior loves us because He wants us all to be baptized as members of His Church! This year, the members of the CTR 8 class turned 8 and were baptized, following Jesus Christ’s example. We know our Savior loves us because He lived his life for us, including being baptized by John the Baptist. My class is going to share about becoming members of the Church of Jesus Christ.

My name is ________, and I was baptized in {month}. (Share a favorite memory or experience from your baptism).

My name is ________, and I was baptized in {month}. (Share a favorite memory or experience from your baptism).

Another month she talked about how the Sr. Primary has been learning from the New Testament this year. She had the idea of having several Sr. Primary children come up and share a favorite story or parable that they learned about this year. I loved it and decided to add that to our script.

For October I am asking one of Sr. Primary boys to speak. He will be sharing the theme and a few scriptures. Since October talks about missionary work, I asked him to take a few minutes to share how he is preparing to become a missionary. If I had a few more people, I would have had some more boys/girls share how they are preparing to be missionaries.


November focuses on service. For the past few months we have been doing the ‘Helping Hands’ challenge found in the January Friend of this year. The children were asked to do small acts of service for others and then write it on a handprint and send it in to The Friend. Our stake presidency actually gave us a poster and asked us to fill the poster up with handprints. The children have been working hard at doing acts of service. This has been a great activity, so I decided to use that as part of our Primary Program. Our narrator will share what they have been doing and then several children will share what service they have done.


Our Primary Program isn’t until the end of November, so the children will only have 1 month left to talk about. I decided to have our Primary President narrate December and bear her testimony of our Savior.

Today, I am sharing my script with all of you! Feel free to use it as is or take bits & pieces from my script. It would be very easy to add a few more parts if more parts are needed.

Click HERE to download my 2015 Primary Program Script (Word Version).


I also shared Primary Program Invitations & Program Covers. Take a look HERE & HERE.


Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you enjoy my Program script and are able to use it for your Primary. I would love to hear what you think or changes that you make.

Have a wonderful day!

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10 thoughts on “{Primary} 2015 Primary Program Script

  1. Aimie Zimmer

    Your program is wonderful and it a lot like what I have been working on. I really love some of your parts better then mine. thank you for sharing. Thank you..



  2. Debbie Penrod

    I love your creativeness, so glad there are people like you in the world to help ones like me who are not so creative, thank you! Thanks so much for all you do to help us crafty primary presidency’s.


  3. Teresa S.

    Love this! I am new to Primary and in charge of writing the Program for 2016. This helped me organize my thoughts as I prepare to write ours. Can’t wait to see what you have for 2016.


    1. littleldsideas Post author

      Thanks, Teresa! I’m so glad that my outline gave you some inspiration. Last year was my first time ever writing the program and I was so nervous, but it turned out great. I’m not sure if I will be sharing one for 2016, I was recently released and am no longer in the Primary Presidency. 🙁


      1. Holly

        So sad to hear that you were released. I was super excited to see your ideas for a 2016 program. Thanks for sharing all your ideas!


        1. littleldsideas Post author

          I was sad too, Holly. Each of the husbands of the Primary Presidency were called into the Bishopric, so they re-organized. I am now the Valiant 8 & 9 teacher, but still plan on sharing Primary ideas. I am hoping to share my sister’s Program script this next week. My friend is now in charge of the Program for our ward, but our Program isn’t until December so I’m not sure when they will have it done. If she has it done soon I will see if I can share it as well. 🙂


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