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what are some creative ways you have taught your children bible truths? i'm always looking for ways to make studying with my daughter fun. i will share what we are doing right now: she is 23 months old and she loves vocabulary. she loves to say new words, the more complicated the word the more she wants to say it. a few months ago, when she was about 19 months old, when i started bringing paper and crayons to our meetings to keep her busy, i would write words on her paper like, jehovah, god, jesus. i would tell her what the word was and give her the crayon. she would scribble all over it, and what ever. it wasn't till a couple of weeks later when we sat down after the opening prayer and i got out her stuff and handed it to her, she gave it back and said 'ovah' that i realized she was recognizing words. she wanted me to write jehovah on her paper. then one morning, i turned on the tv before i left for work and i saw a commercial for the program at this link http://www.yourbabycanread.com/default.a which i thought was so cool. so i got to thinking "my baby can read bible words!" for our family study we started over, from the beginning in the bible story book. with each new story new vocabulary is introduced: god, angels, heaven, adam, eve, garden of eden, etc. i write each word on an index card in big letters. then i highlight each card in a color, i have six colors. then i highlight each word in the stories the color to match it's card. toddlers love repetition. our family study has turned to a nightly event instead of a weekly one. and we have read and reread the stories in the part i several times. we have been doing it this way for about three months and i think we are just this week ready to move on to part ii. she has 18 cards now and she can identify each one or find them from the pile when i ask her to. she is less interested in reading the words in the book right now, but she loves her cards and she loves to hear me read to her, and as i am reading she repeats me when i read any of the words she has been working with. anyway, i just thought it would be fun to share any creative ways we have thought about engaging our children in learning about our wonderfull god and all his marvelous acts. oh yes, my daughter as always loved the pages of the bible. when she was really little, i would thumb through the pages so that they made that cool sound and blow air on her face, she loved it! i recently got her a pocket bible, it looks just like mommy's but it's smaller and it fits in her little purse, she loves it. the other night after we were done reading she didn't want me to put her bible away, she wanted to go to sleep with it! i know at that moment all the angles were giggling with me :) lettuce: i have thought about that. i am focusing on bible words because i want her to have an early appreciation for what she hears when she hears the bible being read. but, i think, with her learning to read any kind of words at this age she will learn the concept of how to read early on and she will benefit just the same. next month i am going to buy her the hooked on phonics at borders, i can't afford my baby can read, and see how she likes that. thank you leslie! those are great ideas.my 3 1/2 yr old toddler wakes up with puffy eyes some mornings. some mornings one of her eyes are almost ?
closed - it's so swollen .there are some mornings she wakes up fine, goes to pre-school and when i pick her up at lunch - she's puffy again (usually not to the extent of being unable to see) we've been monitering her diet - the only difference in the snacks at school is she drinks 2% milk as opposed to 1% at home. we do have one dog (poodle-x) and a cat - however she's not showing the "usual" signs like coughing, wheezing, runny nose etc. i'd also like to add - that she swells up with insect bites (ie: mosquito's - last summer her calf swelled to double it's size and we gave her benydril allergy medication and it went back to normal) any ideas? i don't see it being seasonal really - even before christmas she was showing these signs, then it goes away ..then it comes back ..my family docter doesn't seem to think it's an issue - however some days (like this weekend at grama's for example) she looked dreadful when she woke up. she doesn't complain of pain, however looks like a marshmallow some days. :-( i'd like to add too - her eyes are not red at all. just puffy and swollen - sometimes one eye worse than the other or only one eye at a time .. that's what i'm afraid of. our whole (rented) house is carpet. i have a permanent furnace filter that i clean monthly - i sweep & vacuum daily ( i have to as i have 3 kids lol) hhhmmmm ..so how do we go about asking the landlord if we can rip out all the carpet?!? lol we can't afford to move our housing market is too insane. thanks for all the input.learning areas for homeschooling?
i will be homeschooling my oldest daughter in september at the juniour kindergarten level ( she is 3 now, 4 in november) i also have a 27 month old daughter. what do you think of these learning areas i will be setting up? can you think of anything to add to any area or can you think of any areas i missed? playdough area : homemade playdough in various colours toy rolling pins molds cookie cutters toy plates ( my girls like to make pretend playdough cookies and serve them on plates) painting area: smocks homemade paint ( glossy, foamy, water, glitter, tempura, etc) in a variety of colours stamps, sponge cut-outs apple and potato stamps ( replaced daily or as needed ) rollers and brushes in various sizes a variety of paper writing skills: tracing paper ( with lines, curves, circles, etc , various letters, their name, various words etc) lined paper pencils cutting and pasting skills: saftey scissors glue stick pva glue various scraps ( paper, magazines, junk mail, old cards, old wrapping paper etc) colour/drawing area: paper, colouring books crayons, markers, pencil crayons arts and crafts: yarn googley eyes buttons, sequins stickers foam, felt variety of paper popcicle sticks, pipecleaners, pom-poms paper plates, coffee filters glitter streamers math and number area: number chart, flash cards, play money, measuring cups, calender , clocks, watches science area : coloring sand, feathers, shells, rocks, magnifying glass, magnets dramatic play area: dress up clothes play kitchen with dishes and food dolls and doll house puppets abc and language area: abc chart books paper and pencils flash cards alphabet letters chalk board and chalk felt board and story pieces music center age appropriate cd song books ( for kids) drums guitar tambourine xyzelonphone calender and weather area days of the week, months of the year and numbers 1-31 weather wheel season chart magnetic person with a change of clothes for each season manipulative area : puzzles, blocks, legos, lacing cards christian area: toddler bible bible themed colouring pages, and books kids devotionals veggie tales movies bible song cd.
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