Philippians Bible Verses: 14 Pages of Writing Practice Printables

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Memorizing Scripture is an incredible activity for children to learn and to practice. Learning the Word of God and hiding it in your heart (Psalm 119:11) will truly help our children in the future. Knowing the Word will help it come to mind when they're in a difficult situation and need help getting through it. Since I homeschool, I need to have my children work on their … [Read more...]

Learning the “at” Words Flip Book

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My youngest son is learning to recognize his letters and letter sounds. Letters, by themselves, had no meaning to him and he kept wanting me to help him write words. I wanted his zeal for learning words to continue, so I decided to teach him the letters and letter sounds in conjunction with word families. Word families are words that rhyme. For example: at words are cat, hat, … [Read more...]

Learning the “ig” Words Flip Book

ig-words

My youngest son is learning to recognize his letters and letter sounds. Letters, by themselves, had no meaning to him and he kept wanting me to help him write words. I wanted his zeal for learning words to continue, so I decided to teach him the letters and letter sounds in conjunction with word families. Word families are words that rhyme. For example: at words are cat, hat, … [Read more...]

Learning the “en” Words Flip Book

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My youngest son is learning to recognize his letters and letter sounds. Letters, by themselves, had no meaning to him and he kept wanting me to help him write words. I wanted his zeal for learning words to continue, so I decided to teach him the letters and letter sounds in conjunction with word families. Word families are words that rhyme. For example: at words are cat, hat, … [Read more...]

Learning the “ug” Words Flip Book

ug-words

My youngest son is learning to recognize his letters and letter sounds. Letters, by themselves, had no meaning to him and he kept wanting me to help him write words. I wanted his zeal for learning words to continue, so I decided to teach him the letters and letter sounds in conjunction with word families. Word families are words that rhyme. For example: at words are cat, hat, … [Read more...]