Do your kids struggle with worries and fears? Encourage them to look to God – with this easy to make paper globe, featuring 20 different Bible verses.
These paper globes are enjoyable to make and entertaining to play with or beautiful to use as decorations. The verses are truly inspirational, especially for kids (or adults!) who are struggling with anxiety and fear.
This simple craft requires only two printable pages, scissors, and glue. It’s perfect for home or Sunday School use.
Are you looking for a great way to label all of your kids’ belongings? Here’s the solution: printable name tags.
My girls are entering 6th grade and my son is entering 4rth grade this year. I am still homeschooling, but we have added soccer and music extracurricular activities.
Which means… my kids need labels and tags on sports bags, music stands, instrument cases, and even on the inside covers of books.
Starting a new school year can be frightening. I know that my kids will face anxieties and temptations this year.
I wanted to not only give my kids an attractive way to label their belongings, I wanted to also remind them of God’s love for them.
Sunday School + Craft Time + 3rd and 4rth Grade Boys can be… difficult.
My 3rd and 4rth grade girls (and one or two boys) love to make crafts in Sunday School. But, many of the boys immediately rebel at the mere thought of craft time.
I wanted to come up with a craft idea that would be appealing to the boys (and the girls!) while helping to reinforce the verse we have been memorizing. Then, I saw these Paper Plate Marble Mazes from Buggy and Buddy – and knew that I could adapt them to a Sunday School craft that ALL of my kids would love!
Whether you are teaching a Sunday School class, looking for a simple craft for Awana, or helping your child memorize a verse at home, this simple Bible verse craft is easy and fun to make.
The fall colors have been less than spectacular this year, but that hasn’t stopped us from celebrating fall! These potato print trees based on Psalm 1 are the perfect way to celebrate the beauty of fall.
(And my kids were AMAZED that you could use a potato to make a stamp. Sometimes, it really is the simplest things that bring the most amazement.)
These trees could also be made with green leaves and a stream of water drawn in, if you want to stay closer to the meaning of the verses.
Would you like to encourage your kids to treasure God’s Word in the their hearts? Help them make a beautiful Bible verse treasure box to store their favorite verses. This post includes three printable verses to get you started.
Watercolor paints are a blast to use! Introduce your child to this art form by painting beautiful watercolor sky pictures, complete with glow-in-the-dark stars and a reminder of God’s greatness.
“Let Your Light Shine” Glow-In-The-Dark Light Jars are a fun-to-make reminder that, as Christians, we need to be actively involved in good works in order bring glory to our heavenly Father.