Hearts for Home Blog Hop #120

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The Hearts for Home Blog Hop is a weekly blog hop that begins every Thursday morning. The theme of this blog hop is showing that our hearts are for our homes. Post topics include: homeschooling, marriage, parenting, homemaking, faith, budgeting, crafts, DIY projects and more! We would love to see you link up your posts. We feature the most popular post and a few of our favorites every week! Will you be one of the next Featured Bloggers?

Not a blogger? That’s okay! This blog hop will be your one stop location to finding ideas and inspiration for fulfilling your role as a wife, mother and follower of Christ. We are so glad you have stopped by!

Meet my cohosts here!

Featured blogger with the most clicks last week ~ Quick Father’s Day Gift With Meaning! (The Logbook)
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HEARTS FOR HOME BLOG HOP GUIDELINES

Welcome! Please make sure to link directly to your post (not your main blog page) so we can find the fabulous post you want to share. Each week we will select someone’s blog link up that our readers “clicked” with the most and share some of my favorite posts that were linked up! Thank you!

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Please make sure to display our Hearts for Home button on your blog post, sidebar or tabs. This button can be found on the blog hop each week. Kindly make sure to visit some of the other wonderful bloggers who have linked up here. Were you featured on our Hearts for Home Blog Hop? Congratulations! Grab a Featured button to proudly display on your blog or website.

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We invite everyone to get “clicking” and have some blog hopping fun!

We have created a Pinterest Board so that we can help spread the word on the blog’s that have had featured posts on our Hearts for Home Blog Hop. Make sure to stop by and check it out HERE.


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Freebie Friday Linkup: Fathers Day Resources

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Fathers Day Resources

Father’s Day Pack from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom
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In my Father’s Day Pack you will find the following activities:

Language Arts: An original interactive emergent reader, vocabulary/sight word practice, and writing practice sheets.

Math: Fun tool time puzzles!

Another Free Father’s Day Printable from Best Activities for Kids
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I love seeing my children’s drawings. I wanted to make another Father’s Day free printable for the young children to show their art skills. This is such an easy gift for every dad on their special day. I know my husband will love getting one of these on Father’s Day!…

Freebie for Father’s Day from Meet the Dubiens
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My mother’s day freebie printable questionnaire was such a hit, I had several blog readers ask if I was going to make one for Father’s Day. I’m happy to report that I got one whipped up last night. The kids filled them out today for their daddy, and he’ll be thrilled to get them next weekend for Father’s Day! Once again, all the fabulous clip art from this questionnaire was purchased from the uber-talented Miss Tiina…

Father’s Day Printables from Preschool Mom
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…with children for Father’s Day! You’ll find
printables Father’s day cards, handprint
crafts, flower cut and paste activities and
more..

Father’s Day Bible Printables from Christian Preschool Printables
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Free Father’s Day Bible Crafts, Activities, Honor your Father Printables, games, Copywork, Verse Cards, Minibooks, Gifts for kids to make and more! Great for Homeschool & Sunday School Lessons.

Father’s Day Bible Printables from Little Blots of Faith
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Here are some Father’s Day bible printables and activities. You can use these crafts and printable awards in your Homeschool, Sunday School, and Mission trips.

Father’s Day Poetry Page from The Crafty Classroom
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Just a quick little printable for you today!

I’ve just made two different Father’s Day Concrete Poetry Printables.

These make wonderful custom gifts from older children.
Have kiddos write different words to describe their Dad,
using the grey lines as a guide.

Father’s Day Resources from Bible Story Printables
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In today’s world, Father’s Day can be a tough holiday to tackle. You may soon realize that many
of your students are living in situations where their father, for one reason or another, is absent
from the family. This is a wonderful opportunity to present to children that God is their eternal
father. He loves and cares for them and will stand by them no matter what life throws at them.

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Happy Fathers Day

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Happy Fathers Day!
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My Dad and I

My dad and I-we think alike,
He knows just what I mean
Before I even say a word
He reads, well, in between.

My dad and I-we like to fish
Or build a model plane,
Or fix a broken chair or two
Or just a windowpane.

My dad and I-we know the score
Of every single game;
Sometimes he’s really busy, too
But he takes me just the same.

My dad and I-we go swimming too,
Each year and sometimes twice.
My dad and I-we do everything;
My dad-he’s really nice.

by Phyllis C. Michael

Father’s Day

Over the years
As we grow old,
We remember our father
So brave and bold.

In the garden,
Leaning on the plow,
He would listen to me;
I see him now.

He would give advice
And understand;
He was always there
To lend a hand.

God made fathers
Strong and firm,
For he knew our lives
Would have great concerns.

So he gave us fathers
To teach us to pray,
And guide our lives,
And show us the way.

So on his day
Let’s take the time
To say “Thanks, dad.
I’m glad you’re mine.”

by Mary Frances Bogle

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Friday Freebie: Last Minute Gifts for Fathers Day

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Here are some great last minute gifts for Fathers Day!

Father’s Day Poetry Page from The Crafty Classroom
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These make wonderful custom gifts from older children. Have kiddos write different words to describe their Dad, using the grey lines as a guide.

Fathers Day Questionnaire from Meet The Dubiens
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Father’s Day Printable from Kinzies Kreations
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Father’s Day is just around the corner, and I’m already thinking about it. I usually am pretty much a slacker when it comes to celebrating Father’s Day, and I feel pretty bad for my husband. So this year, I’m starting to think about it early, in hopes of making it a bit more special for him. I decided that I wanted the kids (well mostly my oldest) to fill out a questionnaire about Daddy. I could have printed a preexisting one, but instead I decided to design one myself. It prints as a 5×7 and would look really cute framed up for Dad.

Father’s Day Bible Printables from Christian Preschool Printables
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Free Father’s Day Bible Crafts, Activities, Honor your Father Printables, Games, Copywork, Verse Cards, Minibooks, Gifts for kids to make and more! Great for Homeschool & Sunday School Lessons.

It is recommended that you print on heavy cardstock or laminate each sheet for durability.

Most of our games can be played along as a memory game or within small group settings.

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