During the school year, we try to begin each school day with a small and simple devotional of some kind. But with the coming of summer, we’re now more free from schedules, and sitting down for devotional time has not been happening!
However, I feel strongly that it is important that my kids get scripture reading in to their days, and personal scripture time is important. Raisin will be 8 later this year so he’ll have the chose to be baptized. I want scripture reading to start as a habit early!
I decided to make a simple summer scripture reading log check off. I won’t require him to read anything in particular. Instead, I ask that he read something from the scriptures by himself every day. Even a verse. Using a simple check off sheet makes this not too overwhelming, but hopefully I can help him develop a new habit. I believe I’ll take on the challenge too and improve my own neglected personal scripture reading habit.
I created reading log options for the summer months, one with boy clip art and one with girl clip art. I also make one that includes all the months of the year! It would be overwhelming for my son, but maybe it will work for you and your family. I also make a simple page labeled “Summer Reading” if you’d rather have that this summer.
I hope this helps you! Download the Scripture Reading Log from my shop.
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