susan fitch design: job chart. I am a mother. And like most mothers, I am trying to teach my children how to work and how to take care of themselves. (which is also a polite way of saying that I'm tired of cleaning up after them!) So, I've made these cards to go with a job board I plan to order off of etsy. You can double click the image for a larger view. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD
This week the Good Morning Girls completed our study in the book of Job! Way to go!!! You completed 42 long chapters. I’m so proud of you for sticking with us! Here’s 10 Lessons We Learn From the Book of Job 1.) Bad things happen to good people . The book of Job opens in verse one by telling us that Job was a blameless, upright man who feared God and turned away from evil. Then…his life unraveled. Job’s suffering did not come because he was bad but rather because of his unwavering…
This Printable Bible Coloring Chart (in bookmark form) is available on this blog post along with all the other tools I LOVE to use to study God's Word. Have you tried using this yet? I love it (and so do my kids! Yay!)
1. Classroom Jobs 1 **These classroom job suggestions are the duties that I most often see within classrooms. The students are assigned a job every day or week, depending on the teacher's preference. With each job comes specific responsibilities within the classroom. These jobs help build a collaborative community, and help each student feel like a vital member of the class.