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Walk Beside Me LDS Preschool Curriculum: Letter M

M is for Miracles of Jesus

It’s a miracle!
It’s amazing!
It’s… mischievous?
It’s the letter M!
If you’ve been following my LDS letter of the week preschool curriculum, Walk Beside Me, you might be wondering why the heck the curriculum disappeared.

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{Sorry.}
My hard drive, the one with all the good stuff on it, disappeared off of my computer.
Finally, Gary sat down to fix it.
Two minutes later he said, “Sarah, it’s right there.”

Hmm.

At any rate, I’m glad it’s back. I’m also glad I’m back. I was having a hard time doing school with my preschooler. It happens. I can only take so much whining and tantruming in a given “school session” before I throw up my hands and take a break. Some days I stop for the day.
{Sometimes it ends up being a couple of weeks.}

We finally finished this packet. Nicole was so excited to be doing school again. She had asked me everyday for the past week if we could “do school.”  Major mom guilt. So I buckled down and did it. It was the extremely sparse version. I threw a few worksheets in her boxes and called it good. We did very few “fun” projects. Learning about magnets this week did not happen.

And it’s okay.

The moral of the story is, don’t beat yourself up if school doesn’t go exactly as planned. Don’t beat yourself up if you find yourself not even wanting to “do school,” because of the prep work involved. I’ve even compiled and assembled 95% of the curriculum so there is almost no prep work and it’s still hard for me!

I should talk about the curriculum now, huh?
This week’s letter is the Letter M:

M is for the Miracles of Jesus.

This is a fun time to introduce many of the amazing stories of Jesus. You can use church videos, songs, the Gospel Art Kit, or the handy little flash cards I’ve included to teach them. The stories are simple–from 5,000 being fed to a deaf man given his hearing–that even the youngest children can “get” them.

Have any questions about the Walk Beside Me LDS Preschool Curriculum? Check out the FAQ Page here. Or, click here to get the introduction to the whole curriculum. Please check out the Walk Beside Me store–I offer this curriculum for free, but hope that you’ll order from the store for your materials. Amazon gives me a small percentage of the proceeds, which helps me fund this massive project! And don’t forget to grab the Walk Beside Me Schedule–this gives you great ideas on how to implement this weekly curriculum!

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