Help kids understand there are many ways to be smart with the beautiful book All the Ways to be Smart. When kids take stock of their diverse gifts, they can better appreciate and care for each other and themselves.
Empower your kids to tap into the emotional and cognitive benefits of writing with these fun, easy-to-use tools.
Relating the Bible to what kids are familiar with is a great way to make spiritual truths stick. You can teach your kids about being part of God’s very good plan for our world through a classic game.
Due to recent school closures, many of us have just added “teacher” to our long list of roles. Joanna, a homeschool mom of four, offers heartfelt encouragement and practical tips for keeping our sanity and focusing on what matters most.
Anxiety can feel scary and overwhelming for kids of any age. As parents, we want to help, but sometimes we don’t know how. These resources can equip you to lovingly guide your kids from worry to peace.
We all feel stretched to the limit sometimes! When our words come out sideways, God’s compassionate love can give us the strength to try again.
Humans are wired to learn through stories, and sometimes the simple actions of our children can speak as loudly as any words on a page…if we watch and listen.
Using picture books is a fun, memorable way to engage your family in faith conversations and bring God’s love alive. With its themes of grief and healing, The Rough Patch by Brian Lies can help children understand God’s love is strong, even when we struggle.