Category Archives for "Printables"

Apr 13

Crazy Shapes Monster Mouth Cards

By Anna Lowell

These super cute Monster Mouth Cards are a great rainy day activity and will bring a smile to the face of any recipient, old or young! (Provided you can get them away from their creators. My kids had so much fun with these cards that they wanted to keep them as “puppets”. The monsters with the tongues made the best puppets. Good thing we made extra!)

These super cute Monster Mouth Cards are a great rainy day activity and will bring a smile to the face of any recipient, old or young (if you can get them away from their creators - better make two!)

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Mar 30

Reclaiming My Time

By Anna Lowell

My family has been homeschooling for four years.

In the past, I have always used a “list” type schedule. We would try to start school around the same time each morning, give or take an hour. We would tackle the hardest subjects first, then move onto the easier subjects.

I always thought that if there was time left over, I would get to the “fun” stuff – Rosetta Stone Spanish, craft time, and music lessons. The only problem with this approach was that there was never any time left over. This problem was getting worse as the kids got older and the schedules became more demanding.

Far from being restrictive, a time block schedule can breathe new life into your homeschool routine, giving you permission to have fun during your day but also keep your "to do" list realistic. Improve your schedule with these cute printables to keep you on track.

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Mar 09

Teach Us To Pray

By Anna Lowell

Are you teaching your children how to pray?

If you are a Christian parent, you know the importance of prayer. You probably also have a desire to teach your children to pray. So, let me ask you: Are you intentionally teaching your children to pray? If not, why not?

God wants us to pray and He is able and willing to help us to learn. When the disciples asked Jesus to teach them to pray, He graciously gave them a model prayer to pattern their own prayers after. God has also given us many other examples of inspired prayers throughout the Bible. And, if that is not enough, the Holy Spirit is within us ready and willing to help us pray as we ought to (Romans 8:26-27).

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Jan 24

From God’s Heart to Your Child’s Mailbox

By Anna Lowell

When was the last time that you intentionally let your kids know how much you love them?

Sometimes life is just so busy and happens so quickly that we forget to do this! What better way to express our love than through a tangible hand-written note?

My kids love getting hand-written notes, and I bet yours do too! Mailbox love notes are designed to help you write meaningful, Bible inspired notes, and they are easy to use.

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Oct 17

Classic Paper Bag Owls

By Anna Lowell


Paper bag owls are classic fall crafts made of common and inexpensive supplies and simple enough for kindergarteners with basic cutting skills.  In spite of inexpensive supplies and simplicity to make, these paper bag owls turn out really cute.

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