Creative Lifestyles

A-Z (Annonymous)

Although things are not perfect
Because of trial or pain
Continue in thanksgiving,
Do not begin to blame
Even when times are hard
Fierce winds are bound to blow
God is forever able
Hold on to what you know,
Imagine life without his love
Joy would cease to be,
Keep thanking him for all things
Love imparts to thee
Move out of “camp complaining”
No weapon that is known
On earth can yield the power
Praise can do alone
Quit looking at the future
Redeem the time at hand
Start every day with worship
To “thank is a command!”
Until we see him coming
Victorious in the sky
We’ll run the race with gratitude
X-alting God most High
Yes, there’ll be good times and yes some will be bad, but…..
Zion waits in Glory-where none are ever sad!

Stretching Children’s Language
  1. Be a good language model
  2. Avoid baby talk
  3. Always use accurate vocabulary
  4. Speak clearly
  5. Use complete sentences, and give specific information

When young children make mistakes when they test new words and sentence structures.
Use these opportunities to model correct language.

“Change brings new problems
But also new opportunities” (Dewey) R.Wroe


Lets Eat and Learn with Creative Lifestyles
Childrens nutritional needs are very different from those of an adult
Children are very sensitive to food tastes and smells
They need nourishment at frequent intervals throughout the day
Five servings of fruit and vegetables each day is considered the right amount for children.

Colours all Around

Red Orange Yellow Green Purple
Radishes
Strawberries
Apples
Tomatoes
Beets
Tomato soup/sauce

Pumpkin
Butternuts
Oranges
Apricots

Bananas
Lemons
Butter
Pineapple
Pears
Cheese
Scrambled Eggs
Apples
Grapes
Pears
Kiwi Fruit
Broccolli
Avocado
Spinach

Grapes
Mullberries
Plums
Onions
Blue berries