Crossword Correction to Jesus Curriculum, Quarter 3

For anyone using our Jesus Curriculum for ages 8 to 11, you may have discovered that the crossword puzzle activity in Quarter 3, page 81, had typographical errors. We apologize for our error. We are happy to announce that this issue has been corrected and the new file is uploaded to our print-on-demand platform. If […]

Day by Day Kindle Editions on Sale until June 1, 2020

DAY BY DAY KIDS BIBLE-Kindle Edition In only 7 minutes a day, your child can read the Bible in 1 year! Bible readings for every day of the year Simplified Scriptures for young readers Perfect for readers ages 7 and up Special Kindle Edition Price until June 1, 2020 – $2.99 (regularly $4.99) A Summer […]

Teach the Whys

“I kept six honest serving-men (They taught me all I know);Their names are What and Why and When And How and Where and Who.”– Rudyard Kipling – As we teach morals, it’s best to tell children reasons for why the behavior or attitude is a poor moral choice or a wise one. When I was […]

Give Specific Feedback

“The object of teaching a child is to enable him to get along without his teacher.” – Elbert Hubbard – When I was taking classes for a Master’s Degree in writing, I was mentored each semester by a different award-winning author. Each one coached me on my writing and critiqued my manuscripts. One semester, my […]

Teach the Importance of Small Acts

“Sow a thought and you reap an act; sow an act and you reap a habit; sow a habit and you reap a character; sow a character and you reap a destiny.” – Charles Reade – In his book The Road to Character, David Brooks wrote, “You become more disciplined, considerate, and loving through a […]

Give Kids an Emotion Vocabulary

“It’s not easy to learn to whistleif there’s no one to show you how.”– Janusz Korczak, King Matt the First – Remember that important milestone in moral development called perspective-taking? It enables us to see from another person’s point of view, to understand that they are afraid or frustrated or overjoyed or worried. Perspective-taking is […]