Salt Dough Handprint Keepsake

Salt dough is quickly becoming a craft supply staple for us and this salt dough handprint craft is a new favorite! I wanted a keepsake craft for grandparents that I could make with my own kids. It is perfect for a preschool Valentine or Mother’s Day craft or in a primary classroom especially loved that the salt dough is edible (although I wouldn... Read more

Jelly Bean Themed Toddler School Lessons

If your toddlers are anything like mine, then you can probably relate to the excitement that comes out when Easter bunnies, jelly beans, and chocolate eggs start to line the shelves at the grocery store. Every time we would walk down the aisle my son would ask to bring some jelly beans home. So, I put together this fun Jelly Bean Themed Toddler ... Read more

Memorizing Bible Verses in Kindergarten

When I think of Kindergarten students, a few select words come to mind - curious, shapeable, and little. These sweet little ones are sponges who want to soak up all the learning that they can! This is why I think it is so important to teach young children how to memorize Bible verses. By teaching kindergarteners to hide Bible verses in their lit... Read more

How to Teach Bible Verses to Kids

Have you ever wondered how to teach Bible verses to your children or students? The idea of teaching Bible verses to children has always been at the forefront of my mind. If we want to encourage our children to grow in their relationships with the Lord, then we need to give them the tools to do this. When we memorize Bible verses, they will be at... Read more

I Am A Child of God

Hearing a child accept the Lord into his or her life is one of the greatest joys I will ever experience. It is such a personal moment that will change the life of a child! Inside the Beginner’s Bible, there is a wonderful story about how Jesus died on the cross and rose from the grave. This Bible story opens the door to discuss how Christ paid t... Read more