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Teaching Your Child How to Pray

Teaching the Little Ones How to Pray - Prayer Prompts for Your Child | carmelmoments.com

A guide for mothers and grandmothers that pray.

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Favorite “Pins” Friday

great plan for classroom management: before you speak...think classroom (wood sign. $24.95, via Etsy)

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10 Best Bible Verses for Children {free printable

10 BEST BIBLE VERSES FOR CHILDREN {FREE PRINTABLE!}- wildflower ramblings

I just made this to put up in my house. I love this idea. So important for us all to learn! Idea came from this website: http://www.cuppacocoa.com/a-better-way-to-say-sorry/

ConservaMomfrom ConservaMom

Fun Sites For Kids

Great Websites for kids

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101 Bible Verses to Teach Your Children

One of the greatest gifts we can give our kids is teaching them how to study the Bible. It’s a skill that is essential to their survival and success and when it comes to finding useful Bible study tools, we can never do enough. With that in mind, I’ve pulled together a list of 101 Bible memory verses for you to teach your kids.

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Busy Mom's Guide to Teaching Your Children Manners

Have you ever wondered how some children act one way in public while others act a completely different way? This busy mom's guide to teaching your children manners is for you! Learn practical skills to teaching your children manners, what the manners are, and why they are important in this guide. Need help remembering? Get this free printable to help you stay on course!

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Best Bible Apps for Kids

One cool list of 5 totally cool Bible apps for kids.

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God Said So! 31 Bible Truths Every Kid Should Know

God Said So! eBook

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5 Great Bible Verses for Kids to Memorize About Anger

There are some "MUSTS" that we need to conquer as Christians: one is the tongue, the other is our temper or feelings.