Journaling not only
reinforces their creativity, but increases their
vocabulary and sentence usage. If you are planning a
trip by car, they can take the journal along and write
about the places they‘ve been and the people
they’ve met along the way.
They can also use the
journal to post thoughts on books they’ve read. Kids can
use a journal to express their thoughts, ideas and
This summer, you can have
your children create a prayer journal with these simple
- First, get your kids
a nice book with a cover in their favorite color. It
gives them a sense of privacy, self-worth, and
- Second, create a
journal schedule. We have a journal schedule that
you are free to use with your children. Older
children can likely cover all these topics everyday,
but my younger children do better with one topic per
day. Also, you don't have to use a schedule. This
is just a guide to create consistancy.
Prayer Journal Daily Guide
forgive me for...
please help me...
By creating a prayer
journal, your children not only improve their speech and
their reading but they are developing a consistent
prayer life and making talking to God an important part
of their life.
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