Cutting with scissors is a learned activity. By three years old your child should have no problem holding a pair of child-sized scissors. It takes them awhile to master this new skill, however, so be patient with them while they begin to show an interest in learning how to do it. Purchase your child a…Read More Cutting Shapes and Lines
Lacing cards are a great activity to help your preschooler develop his or her fine motor skills.Read More DIY Preschool Lacing Cards
I am currently working through a Beth Moore Bible Study and came to an interesting finding. In Luke 2:42, we learn that Jesus was 12 years old when he went to the feast at the temple. In Luke 2:52, we learn that Jesus grew in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and men.…Read More Are You Listening to God in the Mundane Tasks?
As a parent God has commissioned us to teach our children His word. God has made a promise to us if we keep this commandment, in Proverbs 22:6 it says train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it. As a mother of three…Read More Teaching Scripture to Your Kids
Do you ever visit other moms’ homes and wonder how they keep it so neat? Do you ever sit around in your own home with toys strewn over the floor, laundry piles (both clean and dirty) beckoning for attention, and three meals worth of dishes stacked next to the sink and wonder why you are…Read More Thinking Other Moms Homes are Neater than Yours