1. Limit television watching and video games to less then an hour per day.
2. Read aloud to babies, toddlers and children everyday.Read More
The last day of school for teachers isn't a particularly hard day, there are no students, we're given a luncheon, and everyone is looking forward to two and a half months off to themselves for the summer. Why was I not filled with joy each moment of the last teacher day of school? The next morning when I went on my bicycle ride it hit me. I did not love God with my whole heart and did not love my neighbor as myself. The day before I had not spent any part of the day showing God how much I love him with my thoughts, words, or my actions. I had not taken time to praise or thank God. I had however, taken a great deal of time judging people and situations around me.Read More
Noonday Heart showcases my Laughter Yoga training's, HeartMath, and my book A Wildflower for All Seasons.
A Wildflower for All Seasons can be used with lower elementary students; it can be read independently by second grade children.story lends itself to discussion on the value of keeping one's thoughts positive and not letting circumstances or other people get you down. The story can also be used to further children's understanding of seasonal changes.A Wildflower for All Seasons would be perfect for a classroom or Sunday school setting.would be perfect for a classroom or Sunday school setting.
Review from Amazon.com by Dan