Graduation Party Ideas

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Graduation Party Ideas | We have graduation party ideas that are wonderful ways to include the entire family and the best news? They won't break the bank.  | #podcast #homeschoolpodcast #graduationpartyideas #graduationideas #graduationparty #graduate #graduation #partyideas #partyideasonthecheapGraduation Party Ideas On The Cheap

We have graduation party ideas that are wonderful ways to include the entire family and the best news? They won’t break the bank.

Enjoy this replay! with Felice Gerwitz and Meredith Curtis Episode 196

Graduation Party Ideas Here 

Have you started your high school graduation party plans yet? No worries! We’ve got you covered. Inexpensive graduation ideas are our specialty. Meredith has graduated five children and Felice has five graduates as well, so between them, they have quite an arsenal of ideas that you can implement even if you waited until the last minute. Grab your notepad and listen in.

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Show Notes: Graduation Party 

There are many locations that are great for a graduation party. During the season of the pandemic we had to be creative with ideas, and we were! We hosted our graduate at home and she even “walked” in her cap and gown ordered for under $20 from Amazon. We made the best of the situation!

  1. Location: churches, park, church fellowship hall, party at home
  2. Invitations – VistaPrint, at home computer
  3. Food
  4. Decorations
  5. Personal Touch

We discussed deciding on the type of graduation you want, planning the type of graduation early, and saving up money. Pray about the type of graduation that is right for you. Include your teens as well.

More great ideas

  • Food -finger foods – fun: candy bars – ice cream with toppings
  • Open house – visiting times staggers friends
  • Photo booth with props for teens
  • Personal touch – poster boards, items important to the teen

 

10 Things Your Child Must Know About the Origins Debate

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About Our Books: Why should you teach your children about Creation? Because everything else they read that is remotely science related teaches evolution as FACT. Shouldn’t your children learn there is more than one side to the story? Do you want your child to be informed? We do and we consider this our mission at Media Angels. About the Study Guides: These study guides include a readable outline of the main points in the Creation vs. evolution discussion, the major talking points you should know and ways to educate the children in these points with hands-on activities and experiments. This series isn’t a read-it-one-time and forget it! This series will be repeated again and again and is for K-12th! If you want a course in Creation Apologetics for kids, this is it! Additional Resources Activity Packs for each of the study guides which contain hands on activities you can photo copy for your family. Creation Kids Classes: On Demand -Six weeks worth of classes — one per week for ages K-8th grade (high school if you’ve never studied Creation). -Audio Recordings -Handouts and Websites to visit -Further research -Bonus interviewsEquip your kids to defend their Creation Position! 10 Must Know Points.

Here she goes again! If you didn’t already know, Felice has a passion for teaching kids (and their parents) about the wonders of God’s Creation…but it goes one step further. Felice’s passion turned into a book series (selected by Cathy Duffy in her 100 and now 101 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum).

Can you prove it? Can you prove evolution? Listen in and bring your kids (Mrs. Gerwitz says this counts as school 🙂 ) and learn the TOP 10 things your kids should know about the creation and evolution debate.

Discover the Curriculum from Cathy Duffy’s Top Picks

Our science curriculum books focus on topics that teach your children the truth about God’s glorious Creation. And ways to defend it!  This level includes all our creation curriculum classes and everything in the eBook bundle.

Now! Immediate access to online classes. Felice Gerwitz teaches your children online creation based upon award winning science curriculum designed to ground your family in a Christian worldview.

About Our Books:

Why should you teach your children about Creation? Because everything else they read that is remotely science related teaches evolution as FACT. Shouldn’t your children learn there is more than one side to the story? Do you want your child to be informed? We do and we consider this our mission at Media Angels.

About the Study Guides:

These study guides include a readable outline of the main points in the Creation vs. evolution discussion, the major talking points you should know and ways to educate the children in these points with hands-on activities and experiments. This series isn’t a read-it-one-time and forget it! This series will be repeated again and again and is for K-12th!

If you want a course in Creation Apologetics for kids, this is it!

Additional Resources

Activity Packs for each of the study guides which contain hands on activities you can photo copy for your family.

Creation Kids Classes: On Demand

-Six weeks worth of classes — one per week for ages K-8th grade (high school if you’ve never studied Creation).
-Audio Recordings
-Handouts and Websites to visit
-Further research
-Bonus interviews

Order here:

https://mediaangels.com/product/creation-science-bundle/

Spring Cleaning Your Homeschool

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Spring Cleaning Your HomeschoolAs we wave goodbye to the chilly days of winter and welcome the fresh breezes of spring, it’s the perfect time to breathe new life into our homeschool routines. Spring cleaning isn’t just for our homes—it’s also a wonderful opportunity to refresh and reorganize our homeschool spaces, curricula, and learning approaches. Let’s dive into how you can spring clean your homeschool to make the most of this vibrant season!

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1. Sort Through Your Curriculum when Spring Cleaning

The first step in spring cleaning your homeschool is to evaluate your curriculum. Gather all your textbooks, workbooks, and digital resources. It’s time to decide what stays, what goes, and what needs a little tweaking.

  • Keep: Set aside the materials that have been effective and enjoyable for your children. These are the keepers for the upcoming seasons.
  • Toss: Identify any resources that haven’t met your expectations or no longer align with your educational goals. Consider donating these materials to other homeschool families or selling them online.
  • Revise: For curriculum elements that are almost right but need adjustments, think creatively about how you can modify them to better suit your needs.

Helpful Podcasts to help you organize your curriculum and more.

2. Organize Your Homeschool Space when Spring Cleaning

A cluttered space can lead to a cluttered mind. Spring is the perfect time to organize your homeschool area to make it more functional and inviting.

  • Supplies: Sort through all your supplies. Sharpen pencils, restock paper, and organize art supplies. Use bins, shelves, and labels to keep everything in its place.
  • Learning Zones: Designate specific areas for different activities. A cozy corner for reading, a well-lit table for writing and drawing, and a clear space for hands-on projects can help define your educational environment.
  • Display Work: Refresh the area where you display your children’s work. Rotate in new pieces to keep the display current and to celebrate their hard work and creativity. Or create a book of their work using an old photo album!

3. Embrace Outdoor Learning

With the warmer weather, spring is an ideal time to take learning outside. Not only does it break the monotony of indoor education, but it also offers unique and interactive learning opportunities.

  • Nature Studies: Use your local park or backyard as a classroom. Observing plants, animals, and insects can spark interest in biology and environmental science.
  • Art and Writing: Encourage your children to draw or write outside. Nature can be a fantastic muse for artistic and literary projects.
  • Physical Education: Take advantage of the nice weather to incorporate more physical activity into your homeschool routine. Hiking, biking, or even just a walk around the neighborhood can be great for physical health and mental well-being.

Helpful Podcasts on outside learning, getting outdoors, and homeschooling during the change of seasons.

Spring Cleaning Your Homeschool: Fresh Strategies for a Productive Season

Spring cleaning your homeschool is about more than just tidying up—it’s an opportunity to reflect on what’s working, make adjustments where necessary, and set a positive tone for the months ahead. By going through your curriculum, organizing your space, and making the most of outdoor learning, you can invigorate your homeschool experience. Embrace this season of renewal to create an inspiring and productive learning environment for your family. Happy spring cleaning, and here’s to a fresh start in your homeschool journey!


Recommended Resources to Help You Make the Most of Your Homeschool

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Celebrating Easter with Teens and Young Adults

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Easter with teens and young adults doesn't have to be a head-scratcher. By adapting your celebrations to include more mature, interactive activities, you'll keep the spirit of Easter alive and hopping. It's a beautiful time to celebrate growth, renewal, and family bonds. So, let's embrace this Easter with open hearts and a basketful of new traditions that your family will love for years to come.Easter’s hopping around the corner again, and it’s a fantastic time for fun, reflection, and family bonding. But as our little chicks grow into big birds, you might wonder how to keep the Easter magic alive. Fear not! Celebrating Easter with teens and young adults can be just as joyful and meaningful, with a sprinkle of creativity.

Easter Activities for Teens and Young Adults

Gone are the days of simple egg hunts (or are they?). Here’s how you can elevate your Easter activities:

  • Epic Egg Challenge: Think outside the basket with a high-stakes egg hunt. Hide clues leading to a grand prize, or make it a digital scavenger hunt with QR codes!
  • DIY Decoration Station: Set up a craft area for making sophisticated Easter decorations. Think egg painting with a twist, using glow-in-the-dark paints or creating emoji eggs.
  • Cook-Off Competition: Whip up a storm with an Easter-themed cook-off. Who can make the best Easter brunch dish or the most creative chocolate treat?

Incorporating Tradition with a Twist

Keep the traditions alive but with a twist that appeals to older kids:

  • Sunrise Service or Reflection: Attend a service together or have a moment of reflection at home, discussing its significance in a way that resonates with them.
  • Basket Building for Others: Instead of receiving, switch it up! Prepare Easter baskets for community members or a local charity, focusing on giving back.

Creating Lasting Memories

The goal is to spend quality time together, creating memories that everyone will cherish. Capture these moments with a family photo shoot in your Easter best or create a video diary of the day’s activities. It’s about making each Easter memorable and special, no matter their age.

Easter with Teens and Young Adults

Easter with teens and young adults doesn’t have to be a head-scratcher. By adapting your celebrations to include more mature, interactive activities, you’ll keep the spirit of Easter alive and hopping. It’s a beautiful time to celebrate growth, renewal, and family bonds. So, let’s embrace this Easter with open hearts and a basketful of new traditions that your family will love for years to come.


Love these Easter ideas? Check out these podcasts.

Special Replay: Easter Celebrations On The Cheap

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Easter Celebration On The CheapEaster Celebrations On The Cheap

Easter celebration on the cheap includes fun and easy ideas. Celebrating Easter on the cheap doesn’t mean skimping on our favorite time of the year, it means celebrating in style and saving money along the way.

Remember, it’s about Jesus not the candy! Remind your children about the true meaning of Easter which is the Ressurection of our Lord. This is what you are celebrating. Let’s review some fun, cheap activities  you can plan this Easter!

  • Potluck:

    • Ask family to bring a side
    • Delegate ice or drinks
    • Baked ham goes far and is a favorite
    • Little kids love chicken fingers
    • Cold salads – make ahead.
  • Reuse and Repurpose – Eggs:

    • Those plastic eggs should be saved each year
    • Fill with coins instead of candy – redeemable in the store (see below)
    • Use as decorations
    • Have little ones hunt for specific colors, or count how many they collect
  •  Easter Store – order online or dollar store (Explain easter egg hunt Gerwitz style):

    • Shop sales, for everything.
    • Candy bars, candy kisses, everything is a mini.
    • I look for candles at odd times, discounts on decorations after the holiday, etc.
    • Store under the bed in plastic bins or farm out to a family member with more storage space
    • Less is more. I like minimalistic decorations. The more understated the better. Fresh flowers with outside greenery is wonderful.
  •  Make Your Own:

    • Create your own dips or salads
    • Rolls are very cheap, easy and fun to make. Kids love to help.
    • We love chocolate. Many of our treats are chocolate based such as trays of brownies and dipped strawberries (hint: I use 2 cups of chocolate chips with a spoonful of unflavored coconut oil, helps it to harden – this is so much cheaper than buying them!), make a big cookie – use disposable (can be reused) round pizza trays. Be sure to leave room for expanding dough.
    • Easy appetizers: fresh fruit with marshmallow dip, salsa, and chips, melted cheese poured over chips, cream cheese and packaged dressing for an easy dip (add mayo to liquify if needed.)
  • Decorations – Easter egg tree from kids “blessing others”

By performing these activities with your family, not only do you save some money, you teach your children the real meaning of Easter! Thank you for joining us for today’s special replay, “Easter Celebration On The Cheap”! Be sure to check out my other podcast episodes at https://ultimateradioshow.com/vintage-homeschool-moms/.

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Making Math Easier

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making math easierMaking Math Easier with Dr. Jan Bedell  Podcast #18

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As homeschoolers we tend to teach the way we were taught or at the very least we are influenced by how we experienced school ourselves.  In this episode, Jan Bedell, the Little Giant Steps Brain Coach, challenges the standard way of doing a few problems to teach a “math lesson” and then sending the student off to “do it on their own”.

Myth Debunked

Then we grade the papers the child finished and then what?  Do we do more instruction?  Typically not, we just send the paper back with the child and tell them to correct it.  No wonder so many children HATE math.  The myth: If we help the student or do some of the student’s problems for them, it makes us somehow guilty of cheating.   That myth is debunked in this episode.

Episode Sponsor: Smash Maths

SMASH Maths provides 2 online Practices every week for children.

Each Practice contains at least 10 bespoke questions, so that means 20+ questions a week. The program is available for pupils in Kindergarten to Grade 6. The cost is $7.50 per month.
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Magic Cards

Also, what about those magic cards we hold up when “working” on facts?  In this podcast, the lunacy of that frustrating exercise is uncovered and an effective approach to learning math facts quickly and painlessly is introduced.  Just how much faster would math assignments go if math facts were instantly recalled?  How much time is wasted correcting problems where there was a math fact error?  How much better would the child’s attitude be if math assignments were more quickly done so there was time to spend on other interest areas?  What about dysgraphia? Yes, with the techniques and resources introduced here, those symptoms are reduced or go away. Find how to make math easier in this 25 minute podcast.

 

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Creation Matters

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Does Creation Matter? Why does the discussion on how God created the world matter? Did God really create the world in six days and rest on the seventh? Does anyone really care? These questions and many more including teaching tips and great resources are presented in the Creation Science Podcast, my name is Felice Gerwitz and it is my pleasure and honor to be your host.

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Sponsored by Smash Maths

SMASH Maths provides 2 online math Practices every week for children.

Each Practice contains at least 10 bespoke questions, so that means 20+ questions a week. The program is available for pupils in Kindergarten to Grade 6. The cost is $7.50 per month.
Use CODE: FELICE to receive your discount. Visit SMASHMATHS.org/homeschooling 

 

This podcast was an original work of the Creation Science Expo that I had the pleasure of hosting some years back, it is my pleasure to re-release it to you and share the importance of caring about our origins.

Many times I’ve discussed the purpose of having a creationist perspective, and people would say, “Why do you care?” The reason I care is that I want my children to grow up with a Christian worldview and share that with their children, someday. In the writing of my Truth Seekers Mystery Series book, I had a “God-incident” that I share in this episode.

In a nutshell, I was rushed during the Christmas season and wanted nothing to do with the rereading of the draft copy of one of the novels. You see, as a novelist, and co-novelist at the (along with my then, college-aged daughter, Christina), I was the one in charge of final proofreading and I kept finding mistakes. I was frustrated. I threw up a heavenward prayer, “God are you sure you have the right person doing this job?” And, I wasn’t talking about the job of editing, I was talking about the job of being the “hands and feet” of God – spreading the word about the fallacies of evolutionary claims. Which these novels demonstrate in a fun-easy to read and mystery adventure. More about the TruthSeekersMysterySeries.com here.

Heading to a store to do last minute shopping, I happened upon a calling card placed in a nativity scene I was about to purchase. (The audio includes details about this, but here is the visual — a copy of the card:

Listen to the podcast for the rest of the story!

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Be sure and check out our blog, HomeforLearning where you’ll find helpful science posts:

Do I Really Need to Teach Science in My Homeschool?

Teaching Science | Unit Study 

How and What to Teach with Science

 

and visit our Creation Science Podcast page.

Chronic Illness and Homeschooling – Tricia Soderstrom

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Chronic Illness and Homeschooling - Tricia SoderstromHave you ever felt sick and miserable, but still had to push through a homeschool day? What about every single day? Tricia Soderstrom (AboundingInHopeWithLyme.com) shared with me how she and her children survived homeschooling for many years with chronic illness (Lyme disease). Once again, we talk about the faith element in homeschooling and how when we obey His call, He provides all we need!

This episode sponsored by Smash Maths

SMASH Maths provides 2 online math Practices every week for children.

Each Practice contains at least 10 bespoke questions, so that means 20+ questions a week. The program is available for pupils in Kindergarten to Grade 6. The cost is $7.50 per month.
Use CODE: FELICE to receive your discount. Visit SMASHMATHS.org/homeschooling 

Tricia lives in the beautiful state of Maryland with her husband and children. She’s been married to Scott for 28 years and together they have four children who are now 23, 20, 17 and 10. Their two oldest have graduated from their homeschool and they will graduate another one this year.

Tricia decided to start a blog after much prodding and nagging, or rather encouraging from family, friends and even from people she met along the way who insisted she share her story and experience living with chronic tick-borne diseases. So in January 2015, she began Abounding in Hope with Lyme where she shares her journey with Lyme, homeschooling and her deep faith in God.

Her whole family was diagnosed with Lyme disease, Bartonella, and Babesia and a host of other things. You can read more details in My Story on her site. The purpose of her blog is to share her experience with Lyme disease in the hopes that it will be encouraging and informative. Lyme disease can be a devastating disease and Tricia’s hope is that the information on her site will help you to be educated so that you can protect yourself and your family or get the help you need. (Bio taken from https://aboundinginhopewithlyme.com/about/.)

On this episode, I ask Tricia the following questions:

  • For those of my listeners who don’t know, we have a personal knowledge of Lyme disease ourselves, as my husband has suffered with it (to varying degrees) for the past 18 years. Tell us your story and were you already homeschooling when you became sick with this chronic illness?
  • Were you ever tempted to quit homeschooling?
  • What are some of the considerations for those who may be dealing with chronic illness, but want to homeschool?
  • One thing I read in one of your aticles on deciding to homeschool was, “You can homeschool when you’re sick but make sure your children are being nourished in every area of their lives, not just educational book work.” This is so true and is what lifeschooling is about! What does that look like in your family?
  • How has Lyme shaped and influenced your educational philosophy?
  • To remind our listeners, the definition of lifeschooling is “the individualized process of discovering your child’s God-given gifts and talents through real life experiences that happen within the context of your family’s unique situations and missions.” Is there a part of that definition that particularly speaks to you and how does your family lifeschool?
  • What are some of the gifts that you saw early on in your children and how did you tailor their education around the development of those gifts? How did Lyme influence that?

And that’s Life as a Lifeschooler! Subscribe to the podcast so you never miss an episode. Hope you’ll join us next time!

How to Lead a Family Bible Study: A Guide for Moms

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Teaching The Bible To KidsHow to Lead a Family Bible Study for Homeschoolers: A Guide for Moms

Hey there! Are you a homeschooling mom looking to start a family Bible study? Great! You’ve come to the right place. Leading a Bible study for your kids can be a fun and rewarding experience. It’s a wonderful way to grow together in faith and learn more about God’s Word. Here’s how you can make it engaging and meaningful for everyone, making sure it’s just right for your children’s ages.

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1. Pick the Right Bible for Each Child

First things first: every child should have a Bible that’s easy for them to understand. Just like you wouldn’t give a toddler a book meant for a teenager, you want to make sure each of your kids has an age-appropriate Bible. For little ones, look for Bibles with lots of pictures and simple stories. Older kids might enjoy a version with more details and challenges to think about. Imagine giving your 8-year-old a Bible full of fun illustrations and your 12-year-old one that breaks down stories with cool facts and questions. This way, they’ll be more excited to read and understand the stories themselves!

2. Set a Regular Time and Place

Consistency is key. Choose a time and place for your Bible study that works for the whole family. Maybe right after breakfast at the kitchen table or in the living room every Tuesday evening. By having a set time and place, everyone knows when and where to be, making it a special part of your family routine. Picture it: your family gathered around, cozy and ready to learn together. It sets the perfect scene for growing in faith.

3. Make It Interactive

Bible study doesn’t have to be sitting quietly and listening to mom read. Make it interactive! Ask questions, and let your kids ask questions, too. You could even act out stories or draw pictures of what you read. Let’s say you’re learning about Noah’s Ark. Why not build a small ark out of cardboard and fill it with animal figures? Or draw a rainbow and talk about God’s promises? These activities help kids remember the stories and the lessons they teach.

4. Connect Stories to Everyday Life

Help your children see how Bible stories relate to their lives. For example, when you read about David and Goliath, talk about facing big challenges with courage and faith. If your child is worried about a test or making friends, remind them that, like David, they can overcome big challenges with God’s help. It makes the Bible real and relevant to them.

5. Use Resources

Don’t feel like you have to do it all on your own. There are tons of resources out there to help make Bible study interesting for kids. Look for workbooks, videos, and websites designed for different age groups. These can provide fun quizzes, craft ideas, and more. Imagine ending your study session with a cool video that brings the day’s story to life. It’s a fun way to wrap things up and make sure everyone remembers the lesson.

6. Encourage Personal Reflection

Encourage your kids to think about what they’ve learned and how it applies to their lives. Maybe keep a journal where they can write or draw something from each Bible study session. For example, after reading about kindness in the story of the Good Samaritan, they could write about a time they helped someone or how they plan to be kinder in the future. This personal reflection helps the lessons stick.

7. Pray Together

Start and end each Bible study with a prayer. This can be a simple thank you to God for the time together, a prayer for understanding, or a request for help applying what you’ve learned. It’s a beautiful way to wrap up your study, bringing the family together in faith and reflection.

8. Keep It Fun and Flexible

Remember, the goal is to grow in faith together and enjoy the journey. If something isn’t working, don’t be afraid to switch it up. Maybe your kids love acting out stories more than drawing. Great! Do more of that. Keeping the study fun and flexible ensures that everyone looks forward to this special time together.

Leading a family Bible study as a homeschooling mom can be an amazing way to nurture your family’s faith. By choosing the right Bibles, making study sessions interactive, and connecting stories to everyday life, you can create a meaningful and enjoyable experience for everyone. Remember, the most important part is spending time together, growing in understanding, and supporting each other on your faith journey. Happy studying!

9. Podcasts that can help you in your Bible study.


Thanks to our sponsor, Harper Collins Christian, and the Kingdom Girl’s Bible

Girls will discover the power of faith in this beautiful Bible that features women of the Bible. This is the ideal Bible for girls on their journey of faith! This special Bible is specifically crafted to highlight the stories and lessons of the inspiring, famous, and sometimes infamous women of the Bible. With over 400 engaging features, colorful illustrations, and helpful notes, this Bible is perfect for girls ages 8 to 12 as they learn about the strong and faithful women who came before them. Visit the website for more information.


 

Following God in All Things

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Following God in All with special guest, Felice Gerwitz ~ Episode 53

Welcome to our special Throw Back Thursday edition of Mommy Jammies Night! Once per month we’ll give kudos to a previously unpublished or replay podcast or audio.

This week’s Throw Back Thursday is from creator of Mommy Jammies Night, Felice Gerwitz, Following God in All Things

Have you ever had a plan that didn’t go exactly how you thought it would? Did you want to throw in the towel?

Felice reminds us not to grow discouraged, but to place our faith in the ONE who is in control of all things. His plan is much better!

Get your free download 5 Gems to Remember by Felice Gerwitz

 


Thanks to our sponsor, Harper Collins Christian, and the Kingdom Girl’s Bible

Girls will discover the power of faith in this beautiful Bible that features women of the Bible. This is the ideal Bible for girls on their journey of faith! This special Bible is specifically crafted to highlight the stories and lessons of the inspiring, famous, and sometimes infamous women of the Bible. With over 400 engaging features, colorful illustrations, and helpful notes, this Bible is perfect for girls ages 8 to 12 as they learn about the strong and faithful women who came before them. Visit the website for more information.