Splink 1:

True or False

Read the following statements about animals and see if the kids can tell if it’s true or false. Ask them to put their palms face up when it’s true and palms face down if it’s false.

A horse weighing approximately 1,200 pounds, eats approximately seven times its own weight in a year. (That amounts to almost 8,400-pounds of food.)

The donkey’s eye placement helps it see all its four feet at a time.

A cow can give almost 200,000 glasses of milk in a lifetime.

A snail can sleep for three years at a time.

A lion’s roar is so loud that it can be heard up to a distance of five miles.

The tusks of elephants keep growing through their life and can weigh over 200 pounds.

A housefly regurgitates the food it eats and then eats it again.

A mosquito has 47 teeth.

(Facts taken from HYPERLINK “https://owa.nafwb.org/owa/redir.aspx?C=12f9b4b3ce294d668b1775515ca1280c&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.factsaboutanimals.net” t “_blank” www.factsaboutanimals.net)

 All of these facts are true. This was a fun way to learn some facts about animals.

Where can we find the truth about how to live and how to get to Heaven? We need to look in the Bible. God, who is the author of the Bible, is the source of all truth!

 

 

Splink 2:

GI—GO

Load a game onto the computer and play it together. (There are tons of fun online games for cheap or free.)

We could play this game because we loaded it on the computer.

How are our minds like a complicated computer? (They store facts and pull them up when we need them; etc.)

If our minds store everything that comes into it, why should we be careful about what comes in? (It will stay there; we don’t want to put wrong thoughts and/or ideas into our minds; etc.)

If we put garbage in, we’ll get garbage out (GI—GO). If we put good in, we’ll get good out. If we don’t put wrong thoughts into our minds, they will be clean and pure. The Bible tells us to keep our minds pure. (1 Thessalonians 4:1-8). Be careful what goes in!

 

 

 

Splink 3:

Daily Doses of Truth

One must KNOW what is true in order to LIVE by it. Give your child a good devotional guide. Go to https://d6family.com/d6curriculum/ to find age-graded devotional magazines to help everyone get into the habit of reading the Bible daily. Set aside a few minutes every day (kids have more free time in the summer, right?!) for each person to go to a quiet place and read their Bibles.

 

 

The post Splink | Enduring in Truth appeared first on D6 Family.

Source: Splink

Write a comment:

*

Your email address will not be published.