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Today we had our last week in Russia. We looked at two famous Russian stories - Peter and the Wolf and The Enormous Turnip. Here are the plans that I used. Passport Pals: Russian Stories Welcome to Passport Pals! Let’s sing our Passport Pals song! (Come on everybody and clap your hands . . .... Continue Reading →
The next subject we looked at in Passport Pals was ballet. The Russian ballet is very famous - and they were even touring in our area the week we did this lesson! Here are the plans that I used for our Russian Ballet storytime. Passport Pals over Russia: Ballet Welcome! Let’s sing our song together!... Continue Reading →
Here is February's prayer calendar -- 29 days to help focus your child in his prayer life! If you haven't picked up the free prayer journal pages yet, please do that! You can find them here . . . and they will help your kids personalize their prayer lives even more! And, if your kids... Continue Reading →
Today's Passport Pals was so much fun! We are still in the country of Russia, so I decided to focus on a sport that many Russians love - hockey! The kids I had in the group today seemed to really enjoy the hockey theme and so did I! Here are the plans that I used:... Continue Reading →
Our second week in Russia had us looking at polar bears! What a fun day of Passport Pals! Here are the plans I used. Passport Pals: Russia - Polar Bears Song: Come on everybody and clap your hands, stomp your feet, jump up high, spin around, sit right down, spin the globe . . .... Continue Reading →
In January, we started a new country for Passport Pals - Russia! Our first week in Russia was a basic introduction and an emphasis on the cold climate. Here are the plans that I used. Passport Pals: Russia Song: Come on everybody and clap your hands . . . stomp your feet . . .... Continue Reading →
Our December Geo Treckers was super fun! We had a Christmas Around the World Theme. At the November meeting, I had told the families that they could bring a "Christmas Dish" from around the world -- a snack they would research and prepare for the rest of us. I also included this on the signs... Continue Reading →