Primary is where I saw kids as young as 5 years old go during the second hour of church services at an LDS service. I usually go to a Sunday school class but on one particular occasion the teacher of my class wasn’t there. Most of the people in my class weren’t at church either. it was just me and our ward’s 2 missionaries. So they let us visit the kids in Primary.
I sat down and watched them give talks and prayers. They’re pretty smart. They even read something out loud from the Articles of Faith that was posted on the wall. This is pretty difficult reading for a 5-year-old. I was impressed.
I know these kids are really blessed. They are learning how to pray properly at such an early age. And it must make them feel good to give talks just like they see their grown-up parents and family do.
The missionaries said something about prayer, and the kids really seemed to listen. The missionaries asked them what they pray about. And one of the kids said it was private stuff. I laughed. That was a hint to me that these kids really do pray.
I feel like The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints really knows how to teach young children. I testify that Primary is truly a blessing for all the kids involved.