I love gifts that serve a purpose. I’m not exactly talking about toothbrushes and underwear, although those do serve a worthy purpose. I’m talking about gifts that can be used regularly that will encourage character and creativity. Here is a little list of things that we love at our house that you could use as a gift guide for your kids this Christmas season.
1. A Note-Taker Bible– Teach your children how to start Bible Journaling. This is a creative way to get them to meditate on God’s Word. You can get a plain Note-Taker Bible or get a specific Journaling Bible for those who need a more structured starting point.
2. Adventures in Odyssey– This is a great family friendly radio drama. Perfect for long car rides or a tv-free evening at home. Each episode is character building and exciting for kids and adults alike.
3. Go Fish– If your kids love some jammin’ music these guys are the best! Their music is fun and upbeat with a great message.
4. Gods Wisdom for Little Girls & God’s Wisdom for Little Boys– Written by Jim and Elizabeth George and beautifully illustrated by Judy Luenebrink. These books are poetic rhymes emphasizing character qualities found in Proverbs.
5. Scripture Wall Art– What better way to hide God’s Word in their heart, then putting it up where they can see it all the time? Find a special verse to hang in their room or a saying that will constantly remind them that God loves them. (Mira over at Baby Art Prints has a cute selection for little kids.)
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