Here’s an easy Noah’s Ark craft for your Sunday School class or homeschool. I drew a simple ark, cut out as shown, and had my S.S. class color. I stapled all around the edge and filled with animal crackers. The kids loved these!
Don’t forget to see the Courageous movie opening in theaters next weekend, September 30.
Please check out the following site for a great Women’s Bible Study that anyone can fit into their day. We are going through the book of 1 John…just one verse a day.
http://womenlivingwell.org/category/quiet-times/ (scroll down just a little bit…you will see a 1 John Ebook Study Guide if you choose to print and make a notebook verses journal)
http://www.goodmorninggirls.org/2011/09/week-1-intro-to-i-john-11-4/ (Week 1 blog from Women Living Well Ministries)
We have just released a new Ebook entitled, Autumn. Check it out at Currclick:
Autumn is a special time of year. Celebrate the first day of Autumn, September 23, with this fun resource containing activities for multiple ages. Enjoy an apple picking video and have older students complete a quiz. Have younger children make a mini book. This resource also includes an easy to understand explanation for why the leaves change color and why the weather gets cooler. Other components include: a word search, a maze, Bible Story idea, “How many words can you make” activity, ABC order sheet, printable postcards, tic-tac-toe game, copywork sheet, coloring pages, fall bulletin board idea, cooking and snack ideas, and additional computer resources.
Christian Halloween Treat Alternatives
Living Waters has a pack of 100 Halloween 1 Million Dollar tracts for $5.
If you haven’t discovered Blue Letter Bible, it is my all time favorite Bible Study resource!
Psalm 139: 17-18
How precious also are thy thoughts unto me, O God! How great is the sum of them! If I should count them, they are more in number than the sand: When I awake, I am still with thee.
For our morning devotion before beginning our homeschool lessons, I poured a tiny bit of colored sand in the palm of my hand and let the kids each dip a finger into the sand and put what stuck their fingertip onto the table. I told them to count the grains of sand. My son counted about 70 pieces and may daughter counted about 50. This was just the amount of sand on one fingertip! Can you image the number of grains that David was talking about in Psalm 139! How precious are God’s thoughts unto us…more than the sand! What a great thought!
It would be neat to fill small, cellophane bags with sand and tie with ribbon and attach this verse. These could be given to your Sunday School class or to your WMU or women’s group, etc.
BTW…we usually have our morning devotion at the breakfast table. It gets our day started off on the right foot!
September 11, 2001, will be a day that Americans will never forget. In the midst of tragedy, we saw an amazing patriotic spirit rise up. September 11 A Day to Remember Coloring Book is a simple way to explain this event to children without being too scary or graphic. It’s also a reminder of the heroics displayed as a result. (10 pages long)
It recommended for children in second through fifth grades.
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Letter Skills: Letter Z
Letter Skills: Letter Y