Monday, October 20, 2008

Sunday Box


We don't turn on the TV at our house on Sunday unless it is to watch Veggie Tales or church movies. When we started doing this my husband and I both noticed a positive change in our home.
I created this box to give my kids ideas and activities to keep them entertained on Sundays. As soon as my kids wake up on Sunday they ask for the box. It has helped make Sunday a special day for the kids. Some of the things I have in our box are felt board games and books, paper dolls, church books, Veggie Tales movies, paper shapes (used to create pictures and designs), games, coloring books, and pads of paper to draw with. I try to add new things every once in a while to the box to keep it exciting.

4 comments:

Aubrie said...

We do this same thing at our house. Its nice to not have the tv and to just focus on the things we should :o)

Kristin Sellars said...

Love this idea! Thanks!

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