Sunday, August 26, 2018

Baking Biscuits

Gather a baking sheet and the supplies needed for baking any biscuit of your choice.

Follow the directions to prep your biscuit dough.

Place the biscuit dough on the baking sheet and bake as needed.  

Your biscuits are ready! Pull them out of the oven and let them cool before eating

God gave the woman enough flour and oil to make bread for Elijah, herself, and her son. Elijah was so thankful for the food! She was a happy helper.

Bandage Art

Gather a box of colorful Band-Aids and a piece of white copy paper, cardstock, or construction paper.

Unwrap the Band-Aids and let your child decorate the page with them anyway they’d like to create their own Band-Aid art!

The Good Samaritan put bandages on the hurt man’s boo-boos. He was such a Happy Helper to stop and help the hurt man!

Hammer Box

Gather a clear plastic bin, a toddler toy hammer, and crunchy pantry items to fill the bin such as croutons, cheerios, and pasta noodles.

Fill the bin with the items you’ve collected.

Let your child hammer the items in the box and hear them crunch!

Nehemiah worked hard to build a wall. He was a Happy Helper! God made us to be Happy Helpers too!


Gather a few pieces of colored construction paper, 2 craft sticks, a piece of yarn or string (around 8-10-inches long), a few mini clothespins, markers, scissors, and tape.

 Draw a few simple clothing outlines on the construction paper and cut out.

 Let your child color the clothing any way they’d like.

Next, make your clothesline by taping the string to the top of each craft stick.

 Hang the clothes with the mini clothespins.

 Tabitha made clothes for people who needed them. I am so thankful for people who help us—like people who give us clothes!