Category Archives for "Printables"

Oct 12

How Should Christians Respond To Trick or Treaters?

By Anna Lowell

When I was growing up, my family did not participate in trick or treating.

One Halloween, when I was six years old, there was a knock on our front door. I opened it and was surprised to see a little girl, about my own age, dressed up in a costume. The little girl held out a bucket full of candy to me. I reached in, took a couple of pieces, thanked her politely, and closed the door. My mother came into the room just in time to return the candy to the sobbing little girl and explain to her irate mother that we don’t do “trick or treating” and that I didn’t mean to steal her candy.

The girl’s mother was not amused.

Some people have no sense of humor.


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Sep 16

Night Owl Bible Meditation Box

By Anna Lowell

Night time fears, bad dreams, loneliness, worry about the next day, sickness, even changing hormones – There are lots of reasons kids have trouble sleeping at night.

The Night Owl Bible Meditation Box and the Outdoor Adventure Bible Meditation Box are ready to offer comfort, hope, and strength for just those times. Filled with a flashlight and printable verses of peace and comfort, these Bible meditation boxes are perfect to combat the night time fears and loneliness that can occasionally consume us all. Encourage your children to turn to God in the middle of the night when they are alone and all is dark with these adorable boxes. They are also perfect to have on hand for a quick bedtime Bible reading before lights out.

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Sep 14

Spelling Practice Printable

By Anna Lowell

With twins in fourth grade and my son in second grade, I often feel like we are drowning in spelling word practice.

My kids hate writing spelling words over and over on lined paper (and I can’t really blame them!) Somehow, dry erase boards make spelling practice a lot more fun.

These spelling boards combine the fun of dry erase markers with Scrabble letters and a mini-challenge at the end to help make spelling practice enjoyable.

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