"Finally, all of you, be like-minded, be sympathetic, love one another, be compassionate and humble." 1 Peter 3:8 NIV
ABOUT Kids Faith Krate
I am thrilled to learn about this special product! Kids Faith Krate is a kit that comes once a month and it is perfect for your little ones. Almost everything you need for an entire month of fun and learning is included in this kit, and it's the perfect way to teach your children about faith. There are four planned lessons and 4 crafts that correlate with each week's theme, and they are designed especially for children ages 4-10. Do you have more than one child in your household? Your subscription can be altered to reflect that need!
I've had the privilege of viewing the June Krate and its theme is Compassion, with four different concepts to be explored: Compassion for the Hungry, Compassion for the Sick, Compassion for the Needy, and Compassion for the World. Each week's offering has an outline of actions, and each lesson begins with a Bible scripture to read, explore, and discuss. The fun crafts are perfect for reinforcing the lesson, and there are also suggestions for prayer prompts. We never want to forget about Prayer!
A few of the offerings in June's Krate include a recipe for Olive Oil Bread, a cloth bread napkin to decorate, a lesson about the blind man being healed, a blanket craft, and a reminder about the kindness that Jesus shows all of us. So much to do and learn, and it's all faith-related!
Summer vacation is beginning and this Kids Faith Krate will be a perfect addition to my granddaughter's summer activities. If you are reading this and would like to learn more about this wonderful faith-based service you can learn more by checking the Kids Faith Krate website. If you order by May 23, 2022, you can have your Krate in time for June. Better yet, if you use the special code listed below, you can SAVE money! What are you waiting for?
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I received a complimentary product sample via FrontGate Media. There was no obligation for a positive review. These are my own thoughts.