Family Prayer Box Craft with 6 Sets of Prayer Cards for Kids
Make a Family Prayer Box Craft and six corresponding sets of Printable Prayer Cards for Kids to teach your children about prayer!
Prayer Box CraftCheck out this fun video about your prayer box craft and the printable prayer cards that come with it!
Printable Prayer Cards For Your Family Prayer Box CraftYou can get started making your Family Prayer Box and printing the dividers and available prayer card sets today. You can subscribe below to receive the Family Prayer Box Project eBook--including all seven printable sets!
- Pray for Others Card Set
- Pray with Gratitude Card Set
- Pray for My Community Card Set
- Pray for My World Card Set
- Pray for My Character Card Set
- Confess My Sin Card Set
Printable Prayer Cards for Your Family Prayer Box CraftI often get asked how to print Thinking Kids resources. Here's my very best advice. Take it and adapt it for your own good uses.
- I often get asked how to print Thinking Kids resources. Here's my very best advice. Take it and adapt it for your own good uses.
- Sometimes readers are concerned about using colored ink. If this is the case for you, there should be a setting on your printer that allows you to print in black and white. Printing in grayscale will still use some color, but it will come out prettier than black and white.
- Print these cards on duplex (back-to-back or double-sided). You'll want to flip on the SHORT edge for these. You should be able to change the settings for this in the Properties tab of your printer box once you download and tell your computer to print.
- I recommend printing on white cardstock so the cards will be more durable and the back won't show through on the front. This is my very favorite cardstock: Neenah Premium Cardstock.
- If you plan to rotate the cards to use at meals or during your family devotional time, consider laminating them so they will last longer.
- Let your kids write in pen! Frixion erasable pens show up well and erase perfectly. I use them on my planner everyday and I love them. They give kids a fun way to use bright colors--and they still allow room for mistakes.