Resources to Enhance the Journey ~ Kids
Below are some excellent resources to help our children on their own journey of faith in Christ.
If you’re a parent, you want to know about this website, Devokids.com
You’ll also find one of my favorite things about Devokids: the opportunity for kids to be published, too.
While learning wonderful truths of God and enjoying experimenting with new recipes and craft ideas, your child can then take what they’ve learned and write their own devotions or stories and submit them to Devokids.
Imagine your child’s excitement when they see that they’re able to encourage other kids around the world to know and love God by submitting their own devotions or stories to Devokids.
Whether you’re a PARENT looking for fun ways to encourage your child in their journey of faith, a HOMESCHOOLER looking for creative ideas, or a budding AUTHOR, both young or old, Devokids.com has something for you.
Check it out yourself, and will you please take a moment to share this article, Devokids.com — Free On-Line Devotions (& More for Kids,) with others. Just use one of the handy dandy sharing buttons below. THANKS!
Kay is not fluffy. She’s warm and friendly, but she’s also a solid, serious teacher of the Bible. Just the kind of teaching we want for our kids.
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What a wonderful, fun resource for kids!
Read this excerpt from Ruth’s Attic Bookstore on the Big Book of History:
Learning Just Became BIG FUN!
Families, schools, and churches can unfold 15 feet of the most interesting history of the world. This easy to follow, color-coded, multi-stream timeline teaches six thousand years of world history to children ages seven through thirteen. These exciting facts and so much more wait inside:
Who were the first emperors of China and Rome
What discovery unlocked the secrets of a forgotten language
How modern robotics had its roots in the tea dolls of Japan
Where Christians faced death for the entertainment of thousands
Why the languages of Greek and Hebrew were used to write the Bible
How the Age of Discovery meant wealth some, and the destruction of civilization for others
Understanding how the past has shaped our future will inspire young learners to make history for themselves!
“The colorful illustrations and photographs help bring history to life…” – April Estrom (ElCloud Homeschool)
“This was definitely one of the best timelines I have seen. Fantastic for homeschools, churches, and libraries. The entire timeline runs on a biblical perspective.” – Melanie Ski (Year of Jubilee Reviews)
“This non-evolutionary chart will make history come alive while keeping God at the center where He belongs!” – Wanda Meyers (Down LeftyLaine)
“This is a homeschoolers dream.” – Edie Carter (Carter Chaos)
This version is casebound with a hard cover appropriate for viewing as a book that can be turned page by page. This version will also stretch out the entire 15 feet.
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