When I was little, I loved to write “books” – and now my own kids love doing that, too. I think that’s why I love this printable creation mini book so much.
Mini books are so much fun! With one printable page, your child can make a complete story with multiple pages that he or she can actually turn – just like a real book!
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.
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.
Do you need a quiet activity that can keep your child engaged during a church service or any other place? You need to try out the Dry Erase Church Quiet Bag!
The Dry Erase Church Quiet Bag includes several activity cards, a homemade dry erase “board”, and a transparent dry erase frame. It conveniently fits into a binder pouch for easy storage and portability.
“Jesus Calms the Storm” is a favorite Bible story for many children. This craft/activity is perfect to help teach young children this delightful story, at home, church, or in a classroom.
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.