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“In arousing and strengthening a love for Bible study, much depends on the use of the hour of worship. The hours of morning and evening worship should be the sweetest and most helpful of the day. Let it be understood that into these hours no troubled, unkind thoughts are to intrude; that parents and children assemble to meet with Jesus, and to invite into the home the presence of holy angels. Let the services be brief and full of life, adapted to the occasion, and varied from time to time. Let all join in the Bible reading, and learn and often repeat God’s law. It will add to the interest of the children if they are sometimes permitted to select the reading. Question them upon it, and let them ask questions. Mention anything that will serve to illustrate its meaning. When the service is not thus made too lengthy, let the little ones take part in prayer, and let them join in song, if it be but a single verse.”
Messages to Young People, 341
“Our ideas of education take too narrow and too low a range. There is need of a broader scope, a higher aim. True education means more than the pursual of a certain course of study. It means more than a preparation for the life that now is. It has to do with the whole being, and with the whole period of existence possible to man. It is the harmonious development of the physical, the mental, and the spiritual powers. It prepares the student for the joy of service in this world and for the higher joy of wider service in the world to come.” ~Education, pg 13
When was the last time you read the book Education by Ellen G White? Some SDA homeschool families read this regularly for inspiration, encouragement, and direction for their homeschool program. If you have never read Education, please make the time to do so. It is a must-read for all SDA homeschool parents. You will be blessed. You can read Education online HERE and HERE.
Welcome to the August 27th Edition of Show & Share. We look forward to enjoying what you have to share today. For Show & Share ideas and guidelines, read this post
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“Too much importance cannot be placed upon the early training of children. The lessons learned, the habits formed, during the years of infancy and childhood, have more to do with the formation of the character and the direction of the life than have all the instruction and training of after years.”
The Ministry of Healing, 380
Math cubes are such fun to play with, but how can you integrate learning with the play? Here are a few ideas:
Simply Kinder has a nice printable to help your child practice forming numbers with the cubes. There’s a cute number poem to go along with the activity as well!
The Univ. of Cambridge has a page with 40 ideas for using math cubes that fit a variety of levels.
T. G. I. F. offers a free printable that practices addition with math cubes.
Frugal Fun for Boys has a great math cube game idea – Race to fill the cup!