Help build your toddler’s critical thinking skills and problem solving skills with Building Thinking Skills Beginning 2. You’ll love these fun critical thinking activities for toddlers and you’ll see your little one bloom before your eyes.
Have you always wanted to teach the Bible to your kids but didn’t know how to go about beginning a Bible study method? Sharing in the nourishment of God’s Word with your kids is not only possible, it’s the foundation of parenting kids for Jesus! And I’ve discovered a life-changing and useful resource to study the Bible as a family called Help Your Kids Learn and Love the Bible by Danika Cooley. Read how all about it and how to transition into intentionally teaching God’s Word to your kids on a consistent basis.
Toddlers and preschoolers are expressive little things. And they come packaged with all the emotions. The thing is, they don’t understand many of these emotions themselves. By reading this book All About Feelings, you little guy or gal will have a clearer understanding from this book about feelings for kids.
[Videos Included] If you have a toddler or a baby in your house, read to him or her! With these Usborne Baby Books Set of 6, like we did. With simple rhymes throughout all of the books, your child will develop stronger linguistic skills and help form simple sentences. You can actually see this skill in action in the video included!
The Hidden Message of the Great Seal describes the historical context of how our founding fathers created our national seal and the allegoric meanings behind them, while explaining the interesting correlations with biblical Scripture of each one. Read the review for more information! Plus get a 50% coupon discount for it (expires May 30, 2020).