As babies grow into toddlers, they become infinitely more clever and aware of the world around them, which makes getting them to take those much-needed afternoon naps almost impossible. As toddlers are naturally inquisitive and active, it can be challenging to … Plus
Temple tax craft - Matthew 17:24-27. Wrap tissue paper around a toilet paper roll for the fish. Cut the tissue paper longer than the roll to make the fringe on the tail. Add a magnet to the top of the fish' mouth. Use a chopstick for the fishing rod and tie a string to the worm (3 small pompoms with a magnet). Insert a paper coin and placed it in the mouth of the fish. Happy fishing!
What an awesome day on the water! Today the kids casted their lines and went fishing for LETTERS! We had two colorful fishing ponds, one for the babies to crawl around on and grab the over-sized plastic letters and the big kids received homemade fishing rods perfect for capturing letter fish.