March Parent Cue — Week 4

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March 2019 - Week 4 Preschool Parent Cue

   MARCH

        2019

WEEK FOUR

1 CORINTHIANS 6:19-20;
16:13-14

We honor God when
we show respect to the
bodies He made us.

SAY THIS:

Who made you?
God made me.


 
DO THIS:

BATH TIME


Bath time is a great time to teach your child the correct names for his/her body parts. Turn it into a game! Give your child his/her own sponge or wash cloth. Tell him/her to listen and wash only the body part you name. It won't take too many baths and your child will know the body God made from head to toe!

REMEMBER THIS:
“I am fearfully and wonderfully made.”
Psalm 139:14, NIV
BASIC TRUTH: GOD MADE ME
From Parent Cue:

BALANCING FUN AND ORDER

By Toni Collier


If there’s one thing I can’t deny about my four-year-old Dylan, it’s that she likes to have fun. It’s an essential part of her day. She’s the kid that asks what we’re doing and where we’re going every five minutes just to make sure that every nanosecond of the day, fun is present. 

Every kid is wired for fun. But as parents, we know that we also have to be consistent with order so that we can one day stare into the eyes of our kind, responsible, loving adults.

I am absolutely the parent that leans towards order and discipline in my home. I’m always questioning if my daughter is getting the right amount of order that will help her become a kind, responsible, and loving adult. Maybe others lean more towards the fun side. Here are a few ways that I’ve found helps me stay in a healthy balance of both . . .

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God Made Your Body provides the basic foundation that God created our bodies and wants us to honor Him with our bodies. Through engaging text and eye-catching, kid-friendly illustrations, children ages 3 to 5 will learn that boys' and girls' bodies are different—and those differences mean boys and girls can grow up to become daddies and mommies.


The Sexual Integrity Timeline is a good tool for Parents to see what conversations kids are developmentally ready for during the different phases of development. This is a tool to help our Rainbow Row parents start now laying those blocks in the foundation of sexual integrity.

Click on the image above to view the full resolution PDF.