Morningtime Memory Work Fall 2018
Our Morning Gathering- background and the why!
Thanksgiving Morning Time Plans and Resource Pack
Memory Work Resource Pack: Ecumenical Creeds
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Memory Loop and Learning Loop Resources for Morningtime
Biblegateway: Multiple Bible translations. Great resource for Bible memory without having to type out long passages
Outline of the Constitution that I used to create our memory sheet
- I’d like a better one…suggestions, anyone?
Update: I found this silly song on Youtube, and we’ve been watching it together when we get to the States and Capitals day on our loop. I like it because it is also linking the States/Capitals with their place visually on the map!
Our morningtime plan for 2018-2019 (I hold up a version of this in the video below)
SQUILT: Super Quiet UnInterrupted Listening Time, a gentle way to introduce musical history and theory to your children!
Hallelujah: A Journey through Advent with Handel’s Messiah
Morning Time resources from people who know more than I do
Our Real-Life Morning Time Demo
Watch a video recording of an actual day-in-the-life morning time at our house here!
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Would you mind sharing your plan with us (the document you hold up in the beginning)? Thanks!
I’d be delighted to. I just uploaded it to the post both as an image and a pdf you can download. It’s very simple, just a guide to help eliminate my own decision fatigue. 🙂 I don’t have to rely on my memory; I just do the next thing on the list!
Loved this! Here’s the link to the Hallelujah resource you mentioned: https://amzn.to/3KuejIB Thanks for the fabulous recommendations and explanations!
thank you! I had forgotten to go back and add that in!
I just wanted to mention we use a loop for our prayer time (when each of my children pray, and then I do, as well) at the end of our morningtime. We focus on these areas for our prayers, one each day (or something totally different as providence dictates): family, friends, government leaders, church needs/leaders. I love your ideas for looping through learning and memorization goals!
That is an excellent idea. Thank you for sharing!
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I like the idea of a Responsive Psalm reading. Hmmmm …
It’s been going great so far! It actually helps keep everyone a bit more focused than when we’ve just read long passages together all the way through. I also switch it up where sometimes I read the light and sometimes I read the dark. It only makes me a little jealous at how well the kids already have the Psalm mostly memorized…but mostly happy. 🙂
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