Create a rainbow painting to remind us that God keeps His promises.Supplies
Paper strips (5-10)PaperWashable paint (red, orange, yellow, green, blue)PaintbrushesInstructions
Curl the strips of paper so that they become half-circles.
Use the ...
Puffy Sidewalk Paint
Beautiful works of art brighten up anyone's day! Use this fun spin to create art on a driveway, sidewalk, or on black paper.Supplies
1 cup flour
1 cup water
1 TBSP dish soap
1 piece of sidewalk chalk (regular chalkboard chalk is also perfect ...
Learn Something New
When was the last time your family went to the library or a bookstore? Leave the internet behind and go together as a family to find a book on something new you all can learn together. There are so many things we can learn like juggling, magic ...
Amazing Marble Maze
Your family will have fun creating their own marble mazes. Everyone should make their mazes as intricate as possible. Once everyone has made their mazes and played with them, encourage them to trade mazes to see if they can conquer another ...
Make a fun snack together with this snack plan because God has plans for us!
Fruit (We used strawberries, blueberries and blackberries!)Pocky sticks or pretzel sticksPlate
Slice up the fruit and, if necessary, poke a hole ...
Float or Sink?
Experiment to see what objects float or sink with your child as you talk about God’s plan for Noah and God’s plan for us.Supplies
Plastic tubWaterPlastic objects (We used bath toys, rocks, and foam letters!)Instructions
Fill the tub with ...
Practice writing letters as you talk with your child about God's plans for Joseph and God's plans for you!Supplies
RicePlate with a raised edgeInstructions
Fill the plate with 1/4” of rice.
Help your child write out their name one letter at a ...
Baked Cheese GRITs
Since we are learning about grit, then of course we have to make grits!! Grits are made from ground corn and were originally consumed by Native Americans. They have been a long-standing staple across the American South. This cheese-baked version
Having grit takes practice, and playing challenging games will help build your grit muscles. Building a domino run can take a steady hand and patience. Pull down your box of dominos or purchase new ones. The more you have the more fun it will ...
Play toy cars with your child using a winding path to demonstrate that, even when something’s hard, God has plans for us.Supplies
Toy carsPainter’s tapeInstructions
Use the painter’s tape to create a few winding “roads” on the floor or ...
This recipe has no mixing bowls and only a few ingredients. You’ll have to trust that everything will just come together and make a delicious dessert. Parents may remember this nostalgic cookie bar.Ingredients: Trust Bars
½ cup butter or ...
Jump Into Trust
Life can be a circus and we can feel like sometimes we are up on a highwire. That’s why we need more fun in our lives! This month we are learning about Trust, we need to be able to trust our family in every situation. A great way to build trust ...