The first was inspired by our Ward (local neighborhood) and Stake (regional, several cities combined) Primary Presidents. We went to a Stake Primary Training that was fantastic. One of my favorite ideas, was to have a poster of some sort that helped the kids keep track of where we were in the sharing time schedule. As we completed things, like the opening talks, have a way to check off what we'd done and what was left to do until sharing time was over.
My Ward Primary President wanted a schedule at the back for us to keep track of when things started. I decided to mix the two. It can just be used as a schedule poster or it can be used to "check" things off for the kids. I may still make a "check off" poster that is more detailed for the kids. For now this will do.
On the left hand side are the times. These are removable with clear velcro dots. The back paper coordinates with whether it is Jr. or Sr. As each section is completed you can flip the starting time over to show the kids we have moved on to the next section. This helps give them a sense of time passing and how much is left. I plan to take this poster with me when we move. Since the times would be different at a new church location, I made sure that part of the poster was removable and easily changed. Don't know if I'll have another chance to use it but it turned out cute:) If I need to change the order of events, I can always just cover them up with a removable piece as well.
On one side of the bingo cards is a church themed picture/subject. Things like Jesus Christ, prophets, the sacrament, music, love, honesty etc. Some are very general and could be picked for any Sunday (for instance, there is music each Sunday). Other subjects are very particular and I would only pull them out if we were discussing it that week. There are enough subject cards that I can switch them out every week to give it some variety.
General Conference Center. You can find the subject cards HERE and print off your own set. I love this set of subject cards. They are really descriptive and of course so nice that they are free to use!