Wherever you set your foot… Joshua Craft

This Sunday, I taught a lesson on Joshua taking over leadership of the Israelites after Moses died.  “Wherever you set foot, you will be on land I have given you.”  We learned to be strong and courageous.  This is the Wherever you set your foot… Joshua craft we used for our lesson. *Affiliate Links Included […]

Cow Craft for Preschoolers

I made this cow craft to go with a preschool Bible lesson on Pharaoh’s dream with the fat and skinny cows.  This could certainly work with a letter C lesson, farm animals lesson, milk lesson, cowboys lesson, along with so many more. Cow Craft *Affiliate Links Included I am not known for my artistic ability. […]

Lantern Craft for Little Ones

I did a slightly quicker version of this lantern craft in Children’s Church earlier this month.  This is a great craft to go with a “Thy Word is a Lamp Unto My Feet” lesson in church or a study on Florence Nightingale who was called the “Lady of the Lamp”.  It would also be a […]

10 Ways a Child’s First Birthday is Like a Hurricane

As my nieces celebrated their first birthday, I couldn’t help but notice that a child’s first birthday is like a hurricane.  They are certainly not alike in every way.  This is a lighthearted comparison.   *This post contains affiliate links.  I may receive compensation from purchases made through these links.   Hurricanes and First Birthdays […]

Color Walk/Alphabet Walk Preschool Activity

  Color Walk/Alphabet Walk Preschool Activity *This post contains affiliate links.  I may receive compensation for purchases made through these links. I just love to go on walks with little ones.  I love nature walks, neighborhood walks, park path walks,… you name it.  We can make that next stroll a walk preschool activity that incorporates learning in […]

Using a Lunch Budget to Teach Little Ones About Money

Right about that age when my little ones began to beg for needlessly over-priced products with cartoon images on the front or endless advertising campaigns on their favorite channels, I realized I needed to teach them the value of money.  That is when I began the Lunch Budget.   *This post contains affiliate links.  I […]

Crayon Rubbings

Crayon rubbings are so much fun because it almost feels like the image “magically” appears.  It is a great way to use those broken crayons and is a great tactile sensory activity for those little ones who crave tactile exploration.   Crayon Rubbings *This post contains affiliate links.  I may receive compensation for purchases bought […]

Cotton Ball Painting

Cotton Ball Painting is such a simple spin on a classic.  Let’s face it.  Life is complicated enough.  Amen?  If we can keep things both simple and fun, everyone wins.   *This post contains affiliate links.  I may receive compensation for purchases bought through these links. Cotton Ball Painting   Little ones love to paint great […]