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Love love LOVE this!! Prayer Sticks: popsicle stick with picture of family member or friend. Each day have child draw a name and you both pray for that person. Fabulous way to teach importance of prayer for others and not just your own wants!!

The mom picked a scripture for each child that she prayed over them for an entire year. She traced their hand, wrote the scripture on it, laminated it, and placed it in her Bible.

It's placed on their pillow during the day, so they will be reminded to pray at night, then at night, it goes on the floor, so they'll step on it when they wake up and remember to pray. Going to do this for my two boy's such a great idea!!

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"I'm Bored!": Find out what this mom did to banish boredom!

Are you sick of hearing "I'm Bored"? Check out this bright and fun Bored Jar. Half simple chores (designed for kids ages 4-10) and half fun, imaginative play ideas, plus some blanks for you to fill in your own (based on your child's age and interests)! Co

Night bowling- a super fun activity for Summer. My kids had so much fun, and the glowing ball and pins are easy to make, too!

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Wanna Be Silkies & Holder

WOAH! And i just threw away who knows how many gluesticks!! // Melt down crayon pieces and pour into glue stick containers to harden. Big crayons that can be rolled up as they are used - great idea!! -

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Go Fish Game–{The Crafting Chicks}

Personalized Family "Go Fish" game!

Prayer Sticks: popsicle stick with picture of family member or friend. Each day have child (or you) draw a name and you both pray for that person.

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Photo Gifts - Framed Snapshots with Cardstock Letters

Create a custom photo gift! Cut letters from cardstock and have the kids, family, or friends pose with them. Print all the photos at the Memory Lab and put together in a frame. So many possibilities!

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Responsibility Station for Kids - available now! -

The popsicle sticks in the bucket are the chores that need to be done and then marked off on the above chart. Then, the paycheck sheet to the left gets marked with the allowance made each day. At the end of the week, it's added up and paid, and the child separates the money into the three pouches, "Spend it", "Save it", and "Give it". Such a great way to teach so many wonderful virtues.