Poem about mathematics for kids

Reciting poetry, and prayers, develops little minds towards a love for language and memorization. I created these little cards in hopes that I would have a simple, yet meaningful, way to bring God and words into our hectic daily lives. Children must be taught poem about mathematics for kids to pray, and we, their parents and teachers, must model for them! And what better resource to use than the wisdom of old: Jesus wrote The Lord’s Prayer, after all.

And some others are also hundreds of years old! I intended for these prayers to become special to my precious ones, but instead, they have truly become a blessing to me. I love these Prayer Cards and I hope you do too! So even if you don’t have children, I hope, and pray, that these will be a blessing to you as well! I intend to make a second set when I find the time — there are so many amazing prayers out there! This post contains affiliate links, please see my disclosure policy. By downloading, you are agreeing to my Terms of Use.

You can download Recitation Cards: Prayers for Children here. More recitation for children: 10 Patriotic Songs for Kids! I’m just setting up my homeschool for my two boys aged 4 and age 1. What a gift to me to not have to reinvent the wheel. I wonder if you would consider providing an editable version of this? I just wanted to keep it consistent for my son. Also, would you consider making one for the Nicene Creed?

You mentioned in a few posts using My Father’s World. I know I want to go the classical route, but like you we use a lot of Montessori principles now. How does that compare to Classical Conversations? I am leaning that way at first because of the opportunity to have a co-op type situation, but I’m not sure.