I love finding little ways to add fun to our homeschool and family. Better yet, I love discovering new resources that I can use to let my family know how much they mean to me. When I am able to do both in an affordable and easy way, I do a major happy dance!
Disclaimer: I received 2 sets of Sticky Quotes® for review. I was not required to give a positive review. All opinions are 100% my own.
I was thrilled to be picked to use and review Sticky Quotes®. When I initially saw these motivational and inspirational sticky notes, a bunch of different ideas sprung to mind on how I could use in our homeschool and family. I chose Lunch Box Notes and Bible Scripture to review.
Each Sticky Quotes® set includes 25 unique quotes on sticky note paper. There are a total of 50 sheets so you have an extra quote to use. I love having a duplicate of each to spread the love to my boys!
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Lunch Box Notes includes cute pictures that compliment the quote. These sticky notes are particularly motivational for school age kids. I think they add just the right amount of encouragement to let your kids know that you believe they have what it takes.
The Bible Scripture set has inspirational verses from the Bible in a variety of fonts. These notes are great for all ages!
Both Sticky Quotes® have two lines at the bottom of each note. This space is perfect to add a personalized note of encouragement or just to sign your name.
How To Use Sticky Quotes For Homeschool & Family Fun
Our homeschool has a daily morning gathering time. During this time when we all come together and focus for our day, I use a homeschool morning time board. One of our featured concepts is Bible study.
I plan on using one Bible Scripture Sticky Quotes® each week. One sticky note will be placed on our homeschool morning time board. The duplicate note will be placed on an index card and passed around to read and study. My older boys will be responsible for finding that verse in the Bible and teaching a bit more
The Lunch Box Notes will be used in my boys’ weekly work folders. I have set up (and can’t wait to use!) a Clover Crate, part of Kristi Clover’s The Ultimate Homeschool Organization Course. Each boy will have their own folder with their weekly checklists, as well as worksheets to complete. I think these Lunch Box Notes will be the perfect bit of motivation. And what an easy way to keep the encouragement going-just peel off & stick to inspire!
I am looking at Inspirational Sticky Quotes® for use in my homeschool planner.
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