If you are a teacher, a busy mom, or a grandma who has little guests coming for Christmas, you are busy this Christmas. Yet, you don’t get a pass on finding ways to entertain your kids.
That is why, during this season especially, you need quick-prep, easy, and fun ideas to keep your kids or students busy.
These printable Christmas bookmarks deliver exactly that!
Christmas is coming! I absolutely love Christmas time.
But, sometimes I think that it is too easy for us to focus on the nativity, and forget that Jesus is so, so much more than a baby in a manger. He is the Prince of Peace, the Son of the Most High, the Good Shepherd, the Light of the World, the Lamb of God… and so much more!
Here is a printable paper Christmas Ornament that you can make with your kids – while discussing some of the different names of Jesus.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Are you looking for a super-fun way to encourage your kids to be thankful? Here’s an idea: A Printable Thanksgiving Finger Puzzle.
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.
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!
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.
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.