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March 2019 - Toddlers Parent Cue

   MARCH

         2019

BIBLE STORY
PSALM 139:14
Every person is
wonderfully made by God.
SAY THIS:

Who made you?
God made you.
BASIC TRUTH: GOD MADE ME
DO THIS:

 MORNING TIME


When you go into your child's room this month, say, "Good morning! Where's my [child's name]? There he/she is! Who made [child's name]? God made [child's name]!"

 DRIVE TIME


As you drive, repeat "[Person's name] is fearfully and wonderfully made" using different people's names. See how many friends, family members, and community helpers you can name before you get where you're going.

 CUDDLE TIME


Cuddle up wth your child this month and pray, "Dear God, thank You for making [child's name] and letting me be his/her mommy/daddy. He/she is so smart and helpful. I love watching him/her grow and learn every day. I pray he/she always remembers how speical he/she is. We love You, God. In Jesus' name, amen."

 BATH TIME


Bath time can be a fun and natural time for teaching your child the correct names of (his, her) body parts. As you bathe your child, simply say the correct name of each body part and ask (him, her) to repeat it. End bath time by asking, "Who made you?" and then say together, "God made you!"

From Parent Cue:

BALANCING FUN AND ORDER
By Toni Collier



If there’s one thing I can’t deny about my four-year-old Dylan, it’s that she likes to have fun. It’s an essential part of her day. She’s the kid that asks what we’re doing and where we’re going every five minutes just to make sure that every nanosecond of the day, fun is present. 

Every kid is wired for fun. But as parents, we know that we also have to be consistent with order so that we can one day stare into the eyes of our kind, responsible, loving adults.

I am absolutely the parent that leans towards order and discipline in my home. I’m always questioning if my daughter is getting the right amount of order that will help her become a kind, responsible, and loving adult. Maybe others lean more towards the fun side. Here are a few ways that I’ve found helps me stay in a healthy balance of both . . .

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