Posts Tagged ‘learning’

Tools for Learning @ Home

Ok, so the kids are at home and you want to them to keep learning, but you can’t think of anything else to teach them!  It’s ok, there are lots of great tools online that you can use to help your kids learn and have fun!   Here are some great resources and as always let us know if you have more!   Scholastic is offering is offering their Learn from Home program for free during this time!… … Continue reading

What Kind of Small Group Member are You?

Every small group is full of people doing life together, but we all do life a little bit differently. We fessed up with each of our own “roles” in our small groups and took some of yours as well. What kind of small group member are you? Click on each card to see the definition! … Continue reading

Meet the Winner of Our Picture Perfect Photo Contest!

We had so many amazing submissions for our Picture Perfect Photo Contest, and we finally narrowed it down and selected this submission from Morgan to win the family photo shoot with a professional photographer. My mom and dad have 10 kids. Five of those are adopted, and of those five, each one has a disability. My parents are amazing! When we called to let Morgan’s mom know that their family had won, she had no… … Continue reading

Win a Family Photo Shoot in the Picture Perfect Photo Contest!

Want the perfect family picture? Well, we can at least help you get closer. 😉 First, listen each day and for a new assignment. Then, take a photo, or find an old one, and upload it in the form below. You can enter a different assignment each day for additional chances to win. Enter now through August 31st for a chance to win a professional family photo shoot! Daily winners will also be chosen to win a free photo book… … Continue reading

Jason Gray’s Song “Learning” Is the True Empowerment Anthem You Need

“We all love empowerment anthems, but sometimes I feel like they ignore a lot of the reality.” – Jason Gray When regular empowerment anthems weren’t enough in his own moments of disappointment, Jason Gray decided to write his own. It’s called “Learning.” We hope it inspires you to look at moments of failure in a new light.   Jason continues to say this about empowerment anthems: “‘I’m awesome, I’m self-sufficient… I can do this!’ That’s all… … Continue reading

Why Is Reading One of The Most Important Skills For Kids?

We’ve got a surefire way to teach your kids a million words, increase their test scores, AND bring you closer together as a family! And the best part is…you can do it all from the comfort of your living room. Of course we’re talking about reading! And you’d think it was something we all do but unfortunately, “Across the nation just under half of children between birth and five years (47.8%) are read to every… … Continue reading