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I have been snail mailing my children's lessons to them on a weekly basis since our church has been closed.

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I've included a lesson, active activity plus crosswords, samples on how to draw a donkey (this weeks lesson) and a coloring page with a suggestion on what to drew in their Journals. I felt the children need to get regular mail because they've been doing school work on the computer from home. I've purchased fun postage stamps (Frogs, Hearts, Hot wheels, dinosaurs etc.)

The children are enjoying the lessons and I've been posting the colored pictures they are sending (back to church) on our big windows facing the street.  We are calling it our "Wesley Children's Snail Mail Club."   (I work alone in my office so I'm able to keep my distance from others!)

The parents and children can drive past and see their handy work. I't's coming in slow but we have hopes of receiving a lot more. We have 20 children in our regular Sunday School class from ages 3 to through 5th grade. I love being able to use Rotation for our main lessons.

Blessings and Love

Ms. Audrey

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