For this past Shabbat, I created an activity for my children and we called it "The Faith Experiment." They really enjoyed it and were able to talk about their own faith and realized they needed more of it, as many of us do. For starters, we discussed what Faith is based on the book of… Continue reading The Faith Experiment
Shabbat Shalom everyone, this is a quick post for Shabbat fun for the little ones. This activity will be available for download directly from the blog today. Today's activity takes us to the book of Ephesians chapter 6 verses 11-18. This section of the chapter reminds us of who we are warring against, and how… Continue reading The Armor of YHWH
I pray everyone is having an awesome summer. We have been relaxing and enjoying the break. We were going to start summer school this month, but our plans have been getting sidetracked. What are your plans for the summer? I would love to hear what you all are doing with your children. I don't want… Continue reading Shapes
When teaching my children how to count, it helped to have manipulatives laying close by. It was easy for them to see the amount and count it out. When they began learning how to count using their fingers, it wasn't as easy as I thought it would be. They were confused at times, unsure of… Continue reading Count to 10 with me!
Summer break has finally begun for many. What are your plans? If any for your little ones. Throughout the school year, I worked with my four-year-old on her alphabet. Her lessons included not only learning the letters, but also recognizing them when she sees them (locating a particular letter within a text). We did many… Continue reading ABC with me!
My husband and I have been teaching our little ones the Hebrew language. The best way I have found to teach it is by taking baby steps. We start small and then increase over time. To make this process easier, I have created some aleph-bet colors and meanings flashcards. My husband and I are… Continue reading Let’s Learn Hebrew
Shalom to you all, Today, we are bringing you something special. My husband and I have been studying Hebrew for 2 years and we are in the process of teaching our children. I include their Hebrew lessons in our homeschool once a week. So far, they have completed the aleph-bet and vowels. They know each… Continue reading Hebrew Vowels Flipbook
Hello, everyone! I wanted to take a moment and let you know about some changes that are taking place. First, our store is currently open and that means you will be able to download or purchase our items from there instead of here on our website. Second, we are currently going to offer all of… Continue reading Store Open
Hello everyone, As we head into the Shabbat I wanted to share another FREEBIE with you, but this one is specifically for toddlers and those who are just entering school age. I have a four old, and she loves Ice Cream. The idea came to me, to create something for her that involves one her… Continue reading Little Toddlers/Eary Childhood
Shalom, I pray you all are having a blessed week. My children are learning fractions, and they were having a bit of trouble understanding the different parts of a whole and equivalent fractions. To make it easier for them to understand, I created a chart for them which gives them the opportunity to make markings… Continue reading FREEBIE