Parents, help your child practice the memory verse for November. You could make it fun and you and your child could follow a simple recipe and make a snack together in the kitchen. Get creative as you memorize God's Word. Once your child does memorize the verse, let him/her find Ms. Baillie and say it for a prize!
During November, Rainbow Row wants to cook up a big Recipe For Thanks with our pre-schoolers! One key to any recipe of thanks is to think about the things we are thankful for and having a thankful heart. We love this theme and hope your child will enjoy stopping at our Rainbow Row Cafe for a picture, doing the fun activities in class each week, and learning the exciting lessons from the Bible that will help us build a Recipe for Thanks!
Parents, help your child practice the memory verse for October. Make it fun and do the hand motions. Maybe make it part of a homemade obstacle course! Get creative as you help each other memorize God's Word. Once your child does memorize the verse, let him/her find Ms. Baillie and say it for a prize!
We know you probably hear "I can do it" or "I don't need help" from your child very often. However, we know that we all need help from God many times in our lives. We want your child to grow up believing that God loves them and can help them anywhere, with anything, no matter how hard it may be. This month we will learn about David's life and how even when it ZIGGED and ZAGGED, God was there to help him.
Who is with us? God is with us!
We want your child to know that because God is always with them that they can be strong, courageous, and they do not have to be afraid. Practice this verse during the week. Talk with your child about times they may feel afraid. Teach them that the Bible says they can pray and know God is with them.
We want our Rainbow Row kids to know that God is always with them, and that they can be SUPER! We will learn that to be SUPER we should do things His way. We believe that even at a young age your child can be a SUPER KID and do for great things for God!
This week we are wrapping up our summer theme Kids Rock! We have enjoyed learning about kids who rocked in the Bible for God. At home this week review with your child some of our kid heroes that we learned about. We had a great time with your child this summer and hope to see you next week as we kick off our new August theme!
Your child is made by God to do good things. Big things. Use your nightly cuddle time to pray over your child. Pray that God's plan will be fulfilled in your child's life. There is an example of a prayer on our Parent Cue for this week if you need help getting started. Our words as parents are so powerful, so pray big things over your child and watch God do big things!
A king that is only 8 years old? Sounds a little crazy, but it is totally true. A little boy named Josiah totally rocked for God. He lead the people and helped them do what God wanted them to do. Talk to your child about what they want to be when they "get bigger", and encourage them! Tell them that maybe they can be a great leader for God to one day. Let them dream big, and watch them Rock for God!
This week we learned of a young girl that totally ROCKED for God. In Exodus 1:22-2:10 we learn how Miriam watched her baby brother Moses after their mom puts him in a basket and hides him in on the bank of the river. She was a kid but she did a great thing!
Practice reviewing the bottom line and key question on the Parent Cue with your child:
"Who can do what God wants you to do?"
"I can do what God wants me to do!"
This week we continued our Kids Rock theme. We have enjoyed our special summer theme and we hope your kid has too! All summer long we are learning our Bible verse - Ephesians 2:10 - "God made us to do good works." We want our kids to know that even though they may be small they can do good works. Wake up your child this week to you saying; "Good morning! It is a new day to do good things!" Your Kid Rocks!