In this post: Lent/Easter crafts and a lapbook.
Hello dear ones! Well, I’m going to keep this post short. We haven’t done a whole lot lately because we’re hoping the baby comes soon. We did manage a couple of crafts and we planted our garden.
I’m not going to repost all the craft pictures. Simply, Michael made palm branches out of his hand prints. Then he read R.C. Sproul’s “The Donkey Who Carried a King”. We made an Easter Lily that’s leaf says “He is risen!”. And for several weeks we’ve been slowly working on an indepth Easter lapbook.
Lapbook link here: http://www.currclick.com/product/7908/Easter-Lapbook
Lily printable here: http://www.freefuneaster.com/easter-crafts/paper-lily-craft/
We also did these two printables:
Chris prepped the garden area and me and Michael helped plant. Our gardens usually don’t produce much and especially not enough to feed us. Still, it’s nice to know we are planting something. It’s good for kids to know where food comes from (besides the grocery store!). Planting time always excites me.
Michael planted a few things by Terabithia (his clubhouse).
Well, I hope you have a lovely Holy week and Easter.
God bless & remember the High King lives! ~Amber Dover
Easter ideas on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/doverette/easter-crafts/
Lent crafts from this year on this blog:
I AM craft, The Lord’s Prayer chapel, and band-aid prayers cross~
Egg study & Resurrection egg diorama~