Category Archives: Teaching

Helping Children Learn to Write…by ARHuelsenbeck

  Reading, writing, and ‘rithmetic used to be called the 3 Rs—the three basic skills necessary for success in life. Your children’s teachers will thank you if you encourage your kids to write. Here are eleven ideas to help you: … Continue reading

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Today I am Sad…But Not Without Hope

I am very sad. I know it will not always be so, but today, I am very sad. My mother died one month ago. I miss her. She lived with us the last 20 years of her life. I was … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Olympics, Part Two, by Betty Mason Arthurs

Part Two:  A Mother’s Olympics by Betty Mason Arthurs Elementary School Track and Field Track and Field experience is a must to help mothers through elementary years. You pole vault them over the first day of school with cute lunches, … Continue reading

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Folk Dance Friday

This article previously appeared on ARHtisticLicense. I dance with the Phoenix International Folk Dancers. As our name suggests, we do dances from all over, but we favor folk dances from the Balkan nations of southeastern Europe: especially Serbia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, … Continue reading

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Raising Spiritually Strong Toddlers…by Linda Carlblom

There are scads of articles on children’s ministry, but most of them deal with preschool or school-aged children. Are toddlers too young to learn about God? No, no, no! Most toddlers are eager learners. The whole world is their classroom … Continue reading

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Showing Teachers Appreciation…by Linda Carlblom

Author’s Note: This post first appeared on the Christian Children’s Authors blog. But since it’s still the end of the school year for many, I thought it appropriate to repost it for our readers here, too.  Here we are at … Continue reading

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