As you’ve probably noticed, I love to compile Lutheran resources. This is just a quick note to say that I have updated Missions & Missionaries, in case you’d like to include missionary information as part of your homeschooling. 🙂
As always, let me know if I can update, improve, or add anything!
Yours in Christ,
Deac. Mary Moerbe
Missions & Missionaries
Four new Lutheran products are up at LutheranHomeschool.com. 🙂 There’s a free Advent Wreath Devotional and a free printable for the feast of St. Andrew (November 30th) from Rev. and Mrs. Gandy. Plus, Pure Joy Creative has added two new $2 coloring pages: “Fruit of the Spirit” and “The FRUIT of the Spirit“. (You can see below that one has the names and one has smiling fruit. 🙂
Thanks, everyone, for your continuing support!
Deac. Mary J. Moerbe
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LutheranHomeschool.com would like to put together a free resource list for pastor appreciation month (October). Could you please send us thoughts and resources you like (or would like)? I know we already have a coloring page, but I’m sure Lutherans who have a high view of the office have come up with even more.
Also, although this is not a LH product, our vendor Jenn @thefaithfulhomeschool has made Lutheran homeschool swag: mugs that read Caffeinate & Catechize with a little crucifix on the back. Awesome! You can go here to find those, but isn’t this also a sign LH should have a free Lutheran resource page for Lutheran Homeschool Swag? 🙂 Do you know of any resources or suggestions along those lines you can send us?
Thanks! Blessings to you & yours!
What if your family could review Bible names, events, and religious concepts in a low-stress, no-mess game? That’s the aim of this Name Game Bible Review.
This 20-page PDF contains lots religious names, events, concepts and more for only $5.
The Name Game Bible Review is designed to use one sheet at a time. Basically, each child selects a name, event, or other choice, and then gives hints, uses gestures, etc., in an effort to get others to guess the correct answer.
After the sheets become well known, you can cut the sheets up for a) flash card review, b) alphabetizing practice, or c) putting the biblical content into chronological order. (Yes, a guide for chronological order is included!) Having said that, if you plan to make flash cards, then you should print the file one-sided onto thicker paper.
Learn more from the description page. 🙂
Name Game Bible Review
I’m thrilled to announce five new listings on LutheranHomeschool.com!
First, we have an explanation and coupon code for an LCMS-made online martial arts program for self-dense: The Great Flip! Maybe you’ve heard about it already on KFUO’s show, “The Coffee Hour,” but now it has a presence here, too, with a 10% discount using the coupon code LCMS10. Yay!
Second, we have our next round of free commemoration handouts/fliers from Rev. & Mrs. Gandy:
The Great Flip: Self-Defense and Life Skills
St. Michael & All Angels (Sep. 29)
The Faithful Women (Oct. 25)
St. Martin of Tours (Nov. 11)
St. Margaret of Scotland (Nov. 16)
LutheranHomeschool.com is pleased to announce three new products:
- A free printable flier for St. Gregory the Great, (Sept. 3rd) courtesy of Rev. and Mrs. Gandy,
- The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Extension Activities: free printable reference sheets for a co-op book club on The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, again thanks to Rev. and. Mrs. Gandy,
- AND a $5 product, Saints Celebration, from Into Your Hands, which offers links to coloring pages and activities to help begin celebrating commemorations in your own home.
St. Gregory the Great (Sep. 3)
The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe Extension Activities