We then began our craft. I gave each of the girls a folded piece of brown kraft paper, measuring 9" X 12". They each got five pieces of white printer paper, which they folded in half for the inside of their memory book. The girls decorated the front of their book with crayons. After it was colored, they took the brown paper and crumbled it up to make it look old/ leather-like. When they were ready, with the book pages inside the cover, I hole punched it two times near the edge of the booklet. They put a piece of red yarn through the holes (any color would be ok), and tied a bow. Then the memory book was finished!
these directions. You'll need to scroll down to the lower part of the page, to the heading "What the Children Do." The girls did a great job working on their weaving. Some of the "rugs" were smaller than others, depending on how much class time they really worked on it. My daughter took hers home and is finishing it today. (age 7)
The 2:00 class...
All done! Lots of blue! (Like the tardis!)
If you do not carefully follow all the words of this law, which are written in this book, and do not revere this glorious and awesome name—the Lord your God—
Your eyes saw my unformed body; all the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be.
Jesus performed many other signs in the presence of his disciples, which are not recorded in this book.