“Children, obey your parents in all things: for this is well pleasing unto the Lord.”
A Promise to Keep
By Mabel Jones Gabbott
My Heavenly Father and I—we have a promise to keep.
We made it long ago and it is binding and true and deep.
For He promised blessings untold, and I promised I’d live His way.
He gives me courage, faith, and love—all I must do is obey.
My Heavenly Father tells me I’m a child of eternal worth.
He gave me parents, teachers, friends to guide me here on earth.
He knows I may stumble and fall, but he will help me when I pray.
I’ll be true, He’ll keep His promise, and I’ll return to Him some day.
“… Remembering that life is a time of rewards and punishments, … consider … the rewards which come … for obedience.”
Spencer W. Kimball
Devotional found here
Preschool- We worked on writing his name and recognizing and counting numbers.
Use Uno cards to play math games like 21 and war.I also talked with my 2nd grader about the coins and how much they are worth,just as a review.
Devotional:Moving the rock
What are some things that are hard for you?Who can you ask for help?
Writing prompt:Write a story, if you were a rock or found a rock.......
Letter: H for hostess. Read Fun with words by Richard Scary
Practice being a good host or hostess. The children took turns being the guest.We talked about how you answer the door and when NOT to.They practiced asking them to sit down,taking their coats, and offering them a drink.When your guest leaves you walk them to the door and tell them thank you for coming.We also talked about being a good friend and playing what your friend wants to play first.