Take The Next Step: Kindness Scripture Memory

Teaching a child with special needs to memorize Scripture is in many ways like teaching a child any other skill or craft. It often requires an individualized approach. Sometimes hearing a few helpful hints will be enough to support and motivate parents who want to begin teaching their child how to memorize Scripture! Our podcast on Scripture memory will help you to learn how to use our Scripture memory  template for a child who meets one of the following criteria:

  • A child who can read.
  • A child who has SOME sight words.
  • A child who is echolalic. 
  • A nonverbal child who has good visual discrimination skills.

Click here for our podcast on Scripture memory and using the Scripture memory template.

Our theme this month is Kindness (“showing others they are valuable by the way you treat them”) and here is the link to the Scripture Memory verse that we’re using in our classroom this month:

Scripture Memory Verse on Kindness

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Michael Woods, M.A. BCaBA

As parents of children with special needs, your lives are busy.  You’re prioritizing your children.  You’re  doing everything you can to invest in them relationally and to help them grow developmentally.   Let us partner with you in their spiritual development!

The Friends@FBO app is designed to provide you with one weekly idea that you can implement during your day-to-day routines to help nurture your child’s faith.  So, go to the Apple App Store or Android Market and download the free Friends@FBO app today!  After you download our free app, make sure to leave your “push notification” on so that you will receive alert messages when ideas for connecting with your child are posted!

Click here for the Friends@FBO app at the Apple Store.

Click here for the Friends@FBO app for Android.

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About Michael Woods

Christ-follower, husband, chocoholic, and peanut-butter lover! I'm a father to triplet boys...each on the autism spectrum.

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