I an a family history consultant and want to know how early we can set up accounts for primary children.
I am just another 'lowly' User/Patron ...
[ And, I happen to be a Member of the Church ... ]
You must be, at least, 13 years old, to Create a 'FamilySearch' Account.
But, Children, from the Ages 8 to 12, CAN Create a 'FamilySearch' Account, with Parental Permission.
Here are a couple of "Knowledge Article" in 'FamilySearch':
I hope this helps.
@Brett . has given you some wonderful information about how FamilySearch accounts can be setup for children between 8-12. Please note that these accounts require parental consent as he has emphasized, and this means that even though grandparents or Primary leaders would like to help with this opportunity, it is the blessing that is available to parents who wish to work directly with these younger children to teach them how to work properly at FamilySearch.
Some Wards and Branches choose to have a special activity where children and parents work together to register the children. This can be very successful and is something a consultant might suggest to a member of the Ward or Branch Council for consideration.
As a consultant, it is also appropriate to contact the parents who have Primary aged children to see if you can assist with the training they receive once their accounts have been created. This additional comment is only to suggest how you as a consultant might become involved in the registration process as you work closely with parents. Bless you in your continued Temple and Family History service.