EXODUS 17:1-7 Moses obeys God by striking a rock with his staff, and God provides water for all the people.
SAY THIS: Who's got it? God's got it.
While bathing your child, add several floating objects to the bath water. Tell your child, "Get the [object name]." When he/she gets the object, say, "Yay! You got it!" Talk with your child about how God's got everything! There is nothing too big for God to take care of it. God's got it!"
"God is with you wherever you go." Joshua 1:9, NLT
BASIC TRUTH: God loves me.
From Parent Cue:
HOW TO COACH FRIENDSHIP
IN THE PRESCHOOL YEARS
By Deborah Springer
Making friends and keeping them are important life skills. Just like learning to walk, talk, self-feed, and potty-train, there are steps that babies, toddlers, and preschoolers will master as they learn the skill of making and keeping friends. It takes a long time to learn these skills. I mean think about it, we’re still developing them well into adulthood.
So, what do these skills look like as a preschooler develops into a social being? Here are some thoughts to consider: . . .