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Winter Morning Time Bundle 02.20
The February 2020 bundle has a “WORDS” theme. With the use of the bundle we will learn about the impact our words have on others, be reminded that God’s Word instructs us how to live, create a small journal for our own words, and study a beautiful piece of art that reminds us of the enjoyment we can receive from words when put together as a fascinating story. For more information about this bundle, including additional resources, and to hear my heart behind the Music, Poetry, Art, Bible, History, and Crafts that were chosen be sure to read A Simple Guide to Morning Time | February 2020.
With this download you will receive printable documents to aid in your families morning/circle time. This download includes the following:
- Morning Time Menu (large and small)
- Poetry – The Arrow and the Song by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
- Art (large and small) – Exciting Lecture by Walter Firle
- Bible – Psalm 119: 9-11
- Science (a simple guide for study)- The Woodchuck or Groundhog using the Handbook of Nature Study by Anna Botsford Comstock
- Character Sketches (photo and introduction) – John Quincy Adams, 6th President of the United States
- Craft – Small Hand Bound Journal
- Recipe – Simple Fruit Preserve Turnover
- Some suggestions for practical application
***A SPECIAL NOTE FOR PRINTING***
I have found that PDF viewers do not always communicate correctly with computers (specifically Mac’s). If you are using a MAC to download this product and it looks correct on your screen but doesn’t print correctly please try to following:
1. Download the file to your computer and then try printing from your download (not the preview).
2. Choose the Advanced Option, Print as Image, from the print menu when printing.
Most of the time the top two suggestions have fixed most printing errors. If these two are not successful an update to your printer software may help resolve the errors. All of these options have been successful at fixing printing errors that others have had.