• Toddler Bible Study: Creation Day 1 (Light)

    I’ve talked in previous posts about the activities I plan, prep and try to keep at the ready for my toddlers (age 3 and 4) so that when we get home in the evening we can get started almost immediately. Transition is a struggle for them, they love activities (and the attention they get while we work on them together). Having a well thought out plan along with all the supplies ready to go is a win-win for all of us. They get the attention and stimulation they so desperately need and I get to move from time before dinner to dinner without the wheels falling off because I already…

  • Valentine’s Day Project: Painting Boards

    I’m coming at you again with another project for Valentine’s Day. It’s our third and final for the month. Check out our Heart Sun Catchers and Homemade Valentine’s if you missed them – as well as some wonderful children’s books and scripture to incorporate into your activity on LOVE. Our last activity comes to you straight from the Dollar Store. These fun kits leave little in the way of prep. I added only a couple shirts that I’ll put on the kids to keep the paint off their clothes and jars for water. Pending how crazy your kiddos go with the paint, clean-up has potential for being quite simple as…

  • Valentine’s Day Project: Homemade Valentines!

    One of my goals this year was to be diligent about sending something through the mail to our grandparents (great-grandparents to our kiddos) every month. Something hand-made by the kids, or photos…or in a best case scenario, BOTH! (<— I did not accomplish the “both” in January but did manage to send off some cute snowmen assembled by the kids on January 30th so I’m giving myself a star for the month of January – even though they were not likely received before the month ended – and trying to re-group with February). Since my kids aren’t yet in school I’m opting for homemade Valentine’s to be the “handmade” for…