Join me for a Wonderful 19 weeks…
…..of Proverbs 31 Curriculum for pre-schoolers!
I have chosen to teach Proverbs 31 first to my 2-year-old daughter. We’ve been praying together since birth, and now Kara is familiar with the church, several children’s Bible songs, and has memorized The Lord’s Prayer, Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep, and Jesus Loves Me. But you know what? Male or female, Proverbs 31 is so important for children! No children’s bible I have yet to find contains Proverbs for them. Yet, it is critical!
So, while I’m busy creating and planning … I ask all of you to join, love, read, and share the Word with your babies! For the next 19 weeks, JOIN ME! to discuss the book of Proverbs!
- to learn what is expected of them as human beings
- to create the “picture perfect model and hero
- to remind them by serving the Lord, they are serving themselves. Kara must never loose herself in continuing to care for all of those around her. It is important she learn to submit herself to the Lord while allowing Him to lead her.
This curriculum uses two books in addition to the Scripture: In using the Proverbs 31 Curriculum I’ve chosen, we will be using two children’s books dedicated to the chapter God’s Wisdom for Little Girls: Virtues and Fun From Proverbs 31 and When I’m a Mommy: A Little Girl’s Paraphrase of Proverbs 31. If you are teaching to a boy, two great books are A Little Boy After God’s Own Heart and/or God’s Wisdom for Little Boys.
Did you know?
….that the book of Proverbs is actually a mother talking to her son, King Lemuel. She teaches him in those opening verses: not to waste time with prostitutes and promiscuous women, not to drink in excess, make smart choices, speak up for those who cannot speak up for themselves, and to defend the rights of the poor and needy.
So mommies with baby boys? join us on an adventure of activities, messes, and lots and lots of love! I’ll see you next week as we begin our exploration of Proverbs 31 on a child’s level!