Little Hearts for His Glory
Emmett is cruising along in LHFHG and learning so much! One of the biggest things he has had to learn is simple to pay better attention and listen well. He is so full of life and joy, but this little guy is easily distracted!
He is also always moving. I am so thankful LHFHG keeps lessons short and moving along, as well as glad it has ample movement in the plans that is purposeful. He needs it!
The FIngerplays have been wonderful, as he gets up and gets moving, while learning important skills at the same time! He just learned about the trinity, a tough concept for little ones. I was amazed when he recited the fingerplay about the trinity as an answer to a question in his "Devotions for the Children's Hour" - he was right! His fingerplay was a great answer!
Science is another get moving kind of subject in LHFHG. This week he learned about his sense of taste and the 5 different tastes on his tongue. The brothers had fun joining in on this tricky taste test. Sugar or salt? They look the same but taste totally different - sweet and salty. Lemon juice or apple juice? Cocoa powder or hot chocolate mix? Everyone had fun using their taste buds to solve the mystery of what they were tasting...
This history activity had Emmett following commands to complete tasks to be a good worker. Here he is pretending to make a bed (and being a sweet little brother to big brother Riley by covering him up with a blanket).
Here he is pretending to wash dishes. Of course, Emmett wanted to literally do this, and helped big brother Wyatt clean up the dishes from his history project, which was making fortune cookies.
Emmett loves to sing to his music! It acts a great memory aid for him to learn his Bible verse. When our chruch said the Lord's Prayer, Emmett surprised us by reciting it all from memory! He had learned it for LHFHG a few months ago, and he remembered it all.
What a happy moment that was for us!