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.
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.
Looking for super-cute Mother’s Day Cards, perfect for very young kids to make?
If so, these adorable cards are the perfect solution!
Here’s a super-simple printable Mother’s Day gift box card that requires only two sheets of paper and some tape, yet will bring a smile to the face of every mother who receives it.
These adorable little box cards can be made in Sunday School or at home as a special gift for a mother or grandmother.
Let’s Talk About God’s Love is an interactive notebook project designed to teach kids about God’s love. It includes a word search, maze, crossword puzzle, and even a “turtle” search. It is perfect for home or classroom use.
Are you looking for a fun Valentine’s Day craft that will remind your children or your Sunday school class of God’s love?
Are you looking for a Valentine’s craft that would be appealing to both boys and girls?
Do you need a simple project for home or class room use?
If so, this Valentine’s Day Finger Puzzle is exactly what you are looking for!
Providing young listeners with a sermon notes page is an excellent way to help them focus on the sermon.
These free printable sermon notes pages are double-sided and include a Sunday morning checklist, space for sermon notes and application, and a take-home challenge. These pages offer parents and kids a wonderful opportunity to discuss the sermon.
“Promotion Sunday” is coming up in my church, during which a fresh crop fifth graders are introduced into the preaching service. And, this year, my twins are among those sitting through the service for the first time. So, when my friend Lisa asked me to work with her in coming up with a printable sermon notes page for our church, I was super excited.
Would you like a simple way to talk to your children about what it means to be saved?
How about a simple way for your kids to tell their friends what it means to be saved?
Would you like a special gift to send home with kids who visit your Sunday School or Awana program?
These fun Salvation Verse Cards are perfect for all of these needs!