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D is for Duck Guide | ABC Nature Walk

While the Mr. accompanies the littlest of learners on  ABC Nature Walks via YouTube , I support him here with Nature Walk Guides.  D is for Duck  is our fourth guided nature walk. Find others at the appropriate link below: A is for Ant B is for Bunny C is for Crab Our D is for Duck nature walk will make these  learning stops : D is for Duck practice :  Printable practice page and playdough mat with a how-to guide. The ABC Nature Walk:  "D is for Duck" video - for your convenience. 5 Additional Duck Activities:  For a well-rounded adventure. D is for Duck Practice A Playdough Mat Your playdough mat awaits:  Click here . A Practice Page Click here  to start the learning adventure. ABC Nature Walk: D is for Duck Video For your convenience, the "ABC Nature Walk: D is for Duck" video appears below.  Press play  to start your experience. When finished, "stroll" below for even more. 5 Additional "D is for Duck" Activities We're all about

International Mountain Day | JOY for Today

No matter the viewpoint, from the bottom or from the top, a mountain landscape is breathtaking. Mountains tell of God's majesty with their towering heights, beauty, and timelessness. Go to the mountain; tell of your savior - the one who brings you JOY. International Mountain Day | December 11th Annually JOY for Today Offerings: Did You Know...  Facts about mountains. Wolfe Stew Connects  To help with your mountains. Bible Verses and Quotes  About mountains. Activity Suggestions  Mountain related informational videos and articles, inspired art, songs, discussion questions, and family challenge. UPCOMING HOLIDAYS:   Winter Solstice (When the sun reaches its southernmost point) Christmas  (December 25th Annually) New Year's Day (January 1st Annually) Did You Know: There are three main types of mountains?  The types of mountains are categorized by their formation: volcanic eruptions, tectonic plate collisions, and tectonic plate tension and compression. The three types, in order

Stay at Home Because You're Well Day | JOY for Today

Home is a place we long for, a place that welcomes rest, offers encouragement, and strengthens us to face our tomorrows. This type of home is the source of unending JOY, the kind of joy that you carry with you wherever you go. Stay at Home Because You're Well Day | November 30th Annually JOY for Today Offerings: Did You Know...  Facts about home. Wolfe Stew Connects  To feeling at home. Bible Verses and Quotes  About home. Activity Suggestions  Read books, listen to music, improve your home, discuss questions, and challenge your family. UPCOMING HOLIDAYS:   The First Day of Advent  (The Sunday Nearest November 30th) St. Nicholas Day (December 6th Annually) Worldwide Candle Lighting Day  (December's Second Sunday) Did You Know: Housewarming was originally about warming a house? Before electricity, neighbors would bring firewood to new homeowners and light a fire in the fireplace. The practice was not only to warm the house but also to ward off evil. ( PJ Fitzpatrick ) Americans

World Communion Sunday | JOY for Today

World Communion Sunday conjures images of us coming together as one to remember our Savior and the sacrifice He made so we all can be one. What JOY, Family, to leave conflict behind and bind together in His love. He's waiting for that day, too. World Communion Sunday | October's First Sunday JOY for Today Offerings: Did You Know...  Facts about communion. Wolfe Stew Connects  To unity. Bible Verses and Quotes  Regarding communion. Activity Suggestions  Songs, Explanations, Comprehension, Discussion questions, and Family challenge UPCOMING HOLIDAYS:   Inner Beauty Day (October 7th Annually) Columbus Day  (October's Second Monday) Reptile Awareness Day (October 21st Annually) Did You Know: There are several names for communion?   It is also referred to as the Lord's table, the Lord's Supper, holy communion, cup of blessing, breaking of bread, eucharist, giving of thanks, and mass. Many of these names are derived from a Biblical context, although Jesus gave no name fo

International Day of Peace | JOY for Today

Peace and joy. Common quests of mankind. The problem arises when what you require for peace and joy collide with what I require. How do we find common ground? How do we come to accept a shared meaning of peace and joy?  International Day of Peace | September 21st Annually JOY for Today Offerings: Did You Know...  Four world peace facts we didn't know. Wolfe Stew Connects  with finding peace. Bible Verses and Quotes  about peace. Activity Suggestions  Music, SEL Lessons, Discussion Questions, and Family Challenge UPCOMING HOLIDAYS:   Fall Equinox  (Late September, when the Sun crosses the celestial equator going south) Johnny Appleseed Day  (September 26th Annually) Inner Beauty Day (October 7th Annually) Did You Know: Many societies never experience war?   Most societies, through the ages, experienced a state of peace more often than a state of war and 10 percent of those societies never experienced war at all. ( Oxford University Press ) Even the first recorded human story ended

National Lighthouse Day | JOY for Today

As a lighthouse beckons ships to safe harbor, Jesus invites us to live in his JOY. Linger here; you're safe on these shores. National Lighthouse Day | August 7th Annually JOY for Today Offerings: Did You Know...  Five lighthouse facts we didn't know. Wolfe Stew Connects  To finding our light.  Bible Verses and Quotes  Inspired by lighthouses. Activity Suggestions  Music, art, design, science, history, literature, discussion questions, and family challenge. UPCOMING HOLIDAYS:   Global Sleep Under the Stars Night  (August 8th Annually) National Roller Coaster Day (August 16th Annually) Speak Kind Words Saturday (August's Fourth Saturday) Did You Know: The first lighthouse was in Egypt?  Built in 300 BC on the island of Pharos, fire on a platform over 100 meters high directed sailors to the port entrance in Alexandria. ( CNN Travel   & ) The United States has more lighthouses than any other country? We reached a peak at around 850 in operation at once an