Written in expressive verse, We Pray invites children and their parents to explore some of the unique aspects of Orthodox Christian prayer life. Through reflections on topics like icons, the Jesus Prayer, and the liturgy, children are invited to see the beauty in our way of praying and understand better the purpose of Orthodox prayer.
The World’s Greatest Collection of Bible Word Games, Volume 1 has over 200 King James-based word games that focus on the men and women of the Bible and are sure to satisfy your thirst for Bible-based puzzles. Inside you’ll find acrostics, anagrams, cryptograms, word searches, and other puzzles. A fun way to learn God’s Word!
Hope’s theme of life, moving through seeming death to a new and more beautiful life, has touched the hearts of millions of people. Hope for the Flowers is for young and old, husbands and wives. It’s a book to learn to read with, or to comfort those who are dying or grieving. In the tale, [...]
Here is a fun reproducible resource that teachers will use with children 8-12 to help them learn about the prophets. The format is a summary of the prophet’s mission and/or life, a fact section, and an activity to be completed during class.
Jesus taught by speaking in parables. This book of creative activities is a valuable resource for those trying to teach the parables in meaningful ways to children. Reproducible. Grades 3-6
Gives activities for prayer as a chat with our Father. Activities for teaching vocal, meditative, and contemplative prayer. Treats the following forms of prayer: blessing, petition , intercession, thanksgiving, and praise. Reproducible Grades 3-6.
Whitney and some friends pull a prank on the “teacher’s pet” because they are jealous of her. Through her Emerald Bible Whitney is transported to the story of Joseph and his brothers, where she learns that nothing good comes from jealousy, and that different people have different talents and gifts. Ages 8-12.
In helping Solomon solve a dilemma, Whitney learns that she must confess to cheating on a math quiz. Ages 8-12.
Whitney, along with her friends, makes fun of a computer nerd who is always well prepared for class. Later, in reading her Emerald Bible, she is transported to the story of Noah and the Ark, where she stows away. She learns that everyone made fun of Noah, too, but that he was the only one [...]
Learns to Stand up forHerself Therese Johnson Borchard By helping David fight the giant, Whitney gains the courage to confront an intimidating group of girls at school. Ages 8-12.