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Glow with God FREE Fall Festival DOWNLOAD!

Check out this fall favorite download and affordable DIY gift for classrooms, friends, Sunday School, etc. Simply print and cut the tags, punch a hole in the top, and tie onto a glow-stick easily found at Dollar Tree. Simple + easy and a great way to spread the good news of the Gospel! GLOW with

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Family Fitness Activity: BALLOON PADDLE BALL

Secure 1 popsicle stick onto the back of a paper plate to create a paddle. Blow up a balloon and challenge your child to see how many times he / she can hit the balloon without letting it touch the floor. Turn on the music and enjoy this kid-friendly exercise game! FAMILY FITNESS: Make enough

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Top Tips for increasing veggies

1. Smoothies: blend them together with ice and yogurt for a tasty treat! 2. Fun Shape Snacks: Maybe your child doesn’t love carrots, but he/she loves silly faces, trains, butterflies, and/or flower patches. Get creative! 3. Dipping: Everything is more fun when you can dip it! Cut up a variety of fruits and veggies and

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4th of July Family Fun!

Add these entertaining exercise activities to your Independence Day festivities and cool down with this RR approved tasty treat!  Be safe and be blessed! Water Balloon Partner Race: Pairs hold a water balloon back to back as they race to a finish line.  If the balloon pops before the finish, they must run back to get

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Recess Approved Rainy Day Activities

1. Freeze Dance! Turn up the tunes and start a dance party in your living room! Don’t ask your kids and family first – just do it! When they see you are enjoying yourself, they are sure to join in. Blow up a few balloons or beach ball for added fun, or hand everyone scarves

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Random Act of Kindness

It is safe to say that raising children to be nice, kind, and to think of others is a universal goal of parents around the world. Try this great family activity (appropriate for all ages) at home, during your next Sunday School class, at school, your daycare, or your next playdate, and take action, modeling

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