Caroline has 21 Ways to Memorize Bible Verses with Games, Music, and Art. While my daughters are a little old for some of these ideas, they’ll be great to use with the children I work with at church.
Marva shares 5 More Ways to Make Him Feel Significant Again.
Do you do the same chores Hilary does in 3 Cleaning Chores I Make Sure I Do Every Single Day?
Elizabeth has 5 Ways to Rescue a Rotten Morning.
Karen gives a comprehensive list of chores for kids by age in When Can I Start Giving Chores to My Children?
My high school daughter sings in the choir and with a choral group at her school. One of the songs they sing, We Are Not Alone, wasn’t a favorite with either of us at first, but now we’ve really grown to love it! They sang at our church last Sunday night; I didn’t get a video of that performance (which I thought was even better than the one below), but here’s the choir singing it at another church last month. (In case you’re interested, my daughter is on the third row back, second girl from the right.)
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
Your daughter’s choir did a great job! I love these sites that say when we can give chores to our children. 🙂
Thank you 😉 As for chores, we had some impromptu ones today. I haven’t been feeling well, so I had my older daughter make muffins (out of a box, so not too hard!) for breakfast tomorrow, and fold an extra load of clothes. I would have roped my younger daughter into doing some as well, but she wasn’t home. I’ll get her next time 🙂
Thanks so much for sharing my post!
You’re welcome! 🙂 Have a great evening!!