We started rowing The Little Rabbit in the spring around Easter. This allowed us to continue using our garden and Easter themed printables. We started our row with another sensory story box and presented Parker with his own little Buttercup! Bible: For this book, we chose to memorize "The godly care for their … Continue reading The Little Rabbit
If Jesus Came to My House was one of our favorite BFIAR books so far. The kids could easily relate to the boy in this story and learned so many lessons from him. Koo When Jesus is with us, we don't need to fear the shadows in the hall. When we spend time with … Continue reading If Jesus Came to My House
While on summer vacation, we still like to do a few light activities here and there to keep things structured. Recently, we discovered a new species of caterpillar in our back yard. This caused quite a commotion and helped us pick our first summer theme, The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. I created a … Continue reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar FREEBIES!
We rowed Angus Lost in January, which went perfectly with our winter theme. The older kids were reading about snow, winter, and Parker's BFIAR book tied in nicely. We were even able to find some books with dogs and winter combined! Angus Found This is a cute little story about how a little bump in the road … Continue reading Angus Lost
With the holidays behind us (a little relieved, a little sad), we were ready to start Prayer for a Child as the first BFIAR book of the new year. This was a wonderful little picture book with many lessons about children around the world. We took our time to row this book and explored the … Continue reading Prayer for a Child