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Three new freebies

I’m happy to announce three new freebies from our vendor, Rev. and Mrs. Gandy: an Ante Studium Prayer Bookmark (the “Before Study” prayer by Thomas Aquinas), a printable flyer for the Feast of St. Bartholomew (August 24th), and a selection of devotional prayers during Holy Communion, formatted into a bookmark. 🙂

Ante Studium Prayer Bookmark

St. Bartholomew, Apostle (Aug. 24)

Devotional Prayers during Holy Communion

 

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St. Nicholas Nicene Creed Coloring Page

As always, Rev. and Mrs. Gandy are timely, timely, timely with their liturgical living resources! They’ve just put up a free St. Nicholas Nicene Creed Coloring Page, even though I’m pretty sure a Gandy baby was born last week! Praise the Lord! 🙂 May the Lord continue to bless and keep them, and may we all join in parental sighs, expressing our joy in our Lord’s gifts of life!

St. Nicholas Nicene Creed Coloring Page

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Reformation Coloring Activity

Pleasantly Crafted is offering a free Reformation Coloring activity! There are six Reformation era figures you can color, cut up, and stand up, as well as a Wittenberg door! So clever!

Go here to download it. (If you navigate her site, it’s under “Stories” rather than downloads, since she’s giving it away for free.”)

Samantha Bender is a Lutheran with training in Lutheran Elementary Education, though clearly she is a wonderfully talented artist also. She does beautiful work!

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More St. Martin of Tours Homeschool Co-op Resources

Rev. and Mrs. Gandy have added three more free Lutheran homeschool resources:

St. Michael Prayer (Lutheran Version) by PleasantlyCrafted

St. Martin of Tours Homeschool Co-op Lesson Plans (Advent to Ash Wednesday)

St. Martin of Tours Homeschool Co-op Schedule (Advent to Ash Wednesday)

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Three compiled resources

I had a pretty productive day today and started three compiled resources:

Compiled Bible Reading Plans

Compiled List of Daily Luther

Life Skills, Home Economics & Finance List

I would like to remind you that, when you purchase something, even a freebie, your downloads continue to be accessible to you whenever you sign into your account. No need to rebuy something, when there’s an update. I sure think your files should automatically update. Maybe not, but I think so. 🙂

A blessed Sunday and Labor Day weekend to you!

 

 

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Two New Things

I’ve just added a little something of a free handwriting review, since my kids seemed to need it after this summer. 🙂 Also . . .

Brief Handwriting Review

Also:

Daily Bible Readings for Three Years

Makes me think maybe I should make a compiled resource for Bible reading plans, though many of us follow curriculum or a plan already.

Let me know if there is more you’d like to see available on Lutheranhomeschool.com!

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Three new freebies

I have never met Mrs. Gandy (only exchanged emails & texts), but I am already very impressed with how productive she is and how much she prepares to raise her children in the faith! She has prepared three new freebies:

As you can guess, in reverse order, there is a template you print with one of Augustine’s prayers. Then you can color, if you’d like, and fold it in three around a candle (loosely around the candle, obviously!). 🙂 The Ten Commandments are arranged classically, with two tables, Roman numerals, and with traditional Lutheran numbering. Then the Roman Wax Tabula is a craft to commemorate St. Zechariah on September 5th. Yep! That means writing, “His name is John.” I love it!

Mrs. Gandy’s commemoration resources are great, so feel free to see them all at her store page. Let’s see . . . 15 resources thus far and all of them free & typically revolving around the church year!

By the way, I got some great feedback this past week, including more Lutheran resources to point people to and a request for more compiled resources! Yay! So please accept this as a friendly reminder that LutheranHomeschool.com relies heavily on Lutherans at large to know what is out there and what needs to be developed.

Thank you!

Mary