Are you traveling to Grandma’s house for Christmas and need something to keep your kids occupied in the car? Do you need an activity to keep your kids busy while waiting for Christmas Eve dinner to cook? How about a fun project to keep restless kids entertained in downtime at school or church?
This adorable Christmas Notebook is perfect for all of those needs.
Do you need some last minute Thanksgiving ideas?
I often wait until the last minute to come up with ideas for the holidays. Then, I do a quick search on pinterest and am overwhelmed by the projects – projects that require days to complete, lots of materials that I don’t have money to buy, and more “crafting” skill than I will ever have.
This list is not like that.
The ideas in this list can be pulled together quickly with inexpensive materials that you probably already have on hand.
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.
Do you help children memorize Bible verses? Whether you are teaching one child at home or 25 children in a classroom, you need easy ways to make memory verse time seriously fun. These 12 games will help you to do exactly that – with very little prep time and using objects you probably already have in your home.
Are you looking for a simple way to review some Easter Bible verses with your children? These Bible Verse Easter Puzzles are just the ticket!
These puzzles could be made at home, used in a classroom as a filler for kids who have already finished the lesson, or be a gift for older kids to make to give to younger siblings.
A small glitter bottle is a perfect way to keep young children mesmerized during a church service, long car ride, or even at a doctor’s office. This glitter bottle is fairly easy to make and beautiful to watch.
Are you are looking for simple ways to keep toddlers quiet in public places? You are in the right place!
Church Quiet Bags are perfect for church services, long car trips, or visits to the doctor. Best part? You can make them, stick them in a diaper bag or purse, and forget them until you need them. When you do need them, you are prepared!
Do you struggle with keeping your young children quiet during church services? How can you keep children quietly entertained during a church service, a long car ride, or a doctor office visit?
This Church Quiet Bag series is here to help you answer that question. Every activity in the Church Quiet Bag series is chosen specifically because it is QUIET (no clanking duplos, if you know what I mean) and easily portable.
So, here’s the next Church Quiet Bag: Lacing Cards!
These lacing cards are really easy to make and sure to keep your child’s fingers quietly busy.