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Deuteronomy 32:2

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Monday, October 22

First Grade, Bible, Set Seven

  • We are continuing to memorize 1 Corinthians 13.
  • In 24 Ways we are on #2, Reading the Bible and Praying everyday with an open heart. We have discussed what an "open heart" means, and I am able to pull examples from our memory verses, so that makes it more meaningful.
  • We finished reading Genesis.
  • We completed the Friendship book and are working on making a board game from what we learned.
  • In lesson seven of Life Lessons from P & K,  we were learning about godly wisdom. The book suggested making a paper crown, but K. has so many crowns that I knew it wouldn't be special. I looked online for crown crafts and came up with this one. The beads are supposed to be on safety pins, and then hung from a larger safety pin to make a pin to wear, but I decided to just use things I had on hand, so we came up with this craft.

We put the beads on floral wire, and wrapped
the extra wire around a popsicle stick.
I used another piece of wire to make a hanger.

I had wooden alphabet letters (just about every letter
except W, so we turned an extra M upside down)
and K. painted them and we glued them on a tongue
depressor, and then glued the stick with
"WISDOM" onto  the popsicle stick.
  • We finished reading Joel this week and played some games to review 1 Corinthians 13.

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