3.1 Christian Resources: Bible Study Tools
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: 168 Frugal Living Tips
3.3 Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary: Resurrection Cookies
3.4 STEM: Tour of a Cell
3.5 Family Fun: “Ten Fun Ways to Keep Easter About Jesus”
3.6 Geography: Online Middle East Map Quiz
BibleStudyTools.com will start your day off right whether you prefer a Bible-reading plan or a verse for the day. Use the search tool to find a particular verse or to do a word study. With more than fifty versions/translations of the Bible, a place to take notes, commentaries, Greek and Hebrew lexicons, and videos, this site offers a wide variety of inspiration and Bible study options.
Lynnae McCoy asked the readers of her blog, Being Frugal, to explain how they deal with high prices and what they do to make their money stretch further. Their responses are broken down into categories such as “groceries,” “cooking and eating,” “cars and gas,” “utilities,” “medical needs,” “clothing,” “around the house,” “entertainment,” and “miscellaneous.” Finding a frugal option for your over-strained budget should be easy.
Use this hands-on recipe to illustrate the true meaning of Easter. To make the best use of the illustration, make these resurrection cookies the evening before Easter and leave in the oven all night. Even the oldest child in your house will be amazed on Easter morning when the Resurrection Cookie is hollow representing the empty tomb!
This interactive graphic of a cell will help your student grasp the complexities of the smallest unit of life.
Sometimes it is all too easy for commercialism to creep into sacred holy days. Use this list of activities to help your family focus on Jesus this Easter. From books to read, arts and craft projects, recipes, and a family devotion, Kristen at We Are That Family blog encourages us to be intentional.
The Middle East countries are in the news on almost a daily basis. Test your knowledge of the countries that surround Israel. Can you identify the sixteen countries on the map?