If you are a Christian parent, you have probably told your kids the story of Adam and Eve’s sin. You’ve probably talked to your kids about Jesus Christ’s perfect life and sacrificial death. You may have even told your kids the stories of Jonah and Noah, of Paul and Barnabas.
Yet, there’s one super important story that many Christians parents never even think to tell their kids.
Are you looking for a fun yet simple way to help kids memorize Bible verses?
This adorable Bible Verse Race Track is a sure winner!
Do you want to memorize Bible verses with your kids, but find that it always becomes a battles of the wills?
Does Bible memorization leave both you and your child feeling frustrated?
Do you wonder if it is even worth the effort?
Scripture memory doesn’t have to be stressful and frustrating. You can change Bible memorization from frustration to fun with these simple games and activities.
Sometimes the simplest of projects are the most fun!
As soon as I started working on this project, a “Bible verse tower”, my 8-year-old and eleven-year-olds were hanging over my shoulder, begging for their turn to build something.
This project is super quick to pull together, but can be used in a variety of ways. It is a great way to encourage kids to memorize God’s Word.
For my thirtieth birthday, my husband took me to see the Celtic Woman perform at a live concert. This event re-awakened a desire that I have had since childhood – to learn to play the violin.
The next year, I purchased a used violin off of Craigslist and a beginner’s violin book. I had never even handled a violin before, but I really wanted to learn how to play.
I knew that it would be rough going – I mean, who picks up the violin as an adult? People told me that I was too old to learn. I didn’t have money for lessons. I squeaked and squawked. I sounded awful!
I always find it difficult to find ways to help both my own kids and my Sunday School students celebrate Father’s Day. It seems like there are tons of great ideas for Mother’s Day, but not as much for Father’s Day.
So this year I got to work and designed this printable Father’s Day Card.
This beautiful Mother’s Day paper flower craft is the perfect project for kids at home or in a classroom.
These are easiest to assemble with tape or hot glue. If using hot glue, make sure that the kids are supervised and that an adult does the hot gluing.
Whether you are a teacher and need a fast and easy gift for students to give to their moms or you are a mom and want to treat yourself, these charming Printable Bookmarks for Moms are exactly what you need!
Featuring adorable birds and flowers and four verses specifically selected for moms, these printable bookmarks are perfect for Mother’s Day or any day of the year.