Dr. Seuss

Fun Makes It Stick

How can you make your lesson fun? Kids and fun go together like peanut butter and jelly (or peas and carrots if you’re allergic to peanuts). If you want to connect with kids, you’ve got to play a little.… Continue reading

If I lived in a Dr. Seuss book…

Nancy Ruth & sister dress up for Dr. Seuss Week & Read Across America Day 2016.

It’s Dr. Seuss Week with Read Across America Day this Thursday! Yes, I’m excited. I love Dr. Seuss books! They are so much… Continue reading

Read the Bible on Read Across America Day

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Happy Read Across America Day! I’m excited to go read to several elementary school classes today. My costume and books are ready to go and I’ve picked out the travel mug for my throat-coat tea.… Continue reading

Ash Wednesday: You Have Dirt On Your Face

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Next week is Ash Wednesday. Does your church family celebrate Ash Wednesday? Do you? Do your kids know what Ash Wednesday is?

Below is an excerpt from our new family Bible study, What Does “Lamb… Continue reading

Are They Really Bible “Stories”?

A few weeks ago, I helped my sister decorate her public school classroom. Each year, her school picks a fun theme that the teachers use to decorate their rooms, doors, and hallways. It is so much fun walking the hallways… Continue reading

Dr. Seuss Joins Giveaway Contest

In honor of Dr. Seuss, here are some ideas for your photo contest picture. (I love Green Eggs and Ham, don’t you?) #TheAnswerBook Continue reading


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