It's the Balm
What do your lips say about you?
Did you realize that your lips tell a story about you? They actually tattletale whatever you are feeling. If you are happy they smile, but if you are grumpy or sad everyone can tell because your lips get wrinkly and poofy. That is why it's important to do things that keep our lips happy.
Something that people may think is very strange or even weird about me is that I always carry lip balm with me. I have it with me every where I go. Whether I am at home or out somewhere, lip balm is always in my pocket. When I go to bed at night it is on my nightstand. There is never a time I am not without my lip balm. Yes, it's the balm for me that makes me smile.
Why do I make such a fuss about my lip balm? Because it keeps my lips smooth and feeling good so I can always be ready to smile, say kind things, sing or even whistle. No one likes dry, cracked lips. Happy lips means happy smiles. Are you ready to smile or make someone happy by using your mouth to do good things for God? Then "balms" away.
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Smile Lips Coloring Page
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Smile with Your Lips
Smiles can go a long way in making someone's day.
Have you smiled today?
Smile Wax Candy Lips
Enjoy play time with fun candy lips.
Individually packaged so they work great for prizes, rewards and party favors.
Say Kind Things with Your Lips and Mouth.
We have the gift to say nice things to others, but sometimes we use that gift for saying not so nice things.
Be sure to use your lips and mouth only to say things that will encourage others to smile also.
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Lips Front View
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Talk: Our Lips Need to Speak the Truth - What are your lips saying to others? Do your lips tell the truth?
We all have decisions to make that sometimes seem impossible. Gillian, a young college student is in the middle of a big one. She is trying to balance relationships, school, friends, music and even her faith. Being falsely accused of selling answers to an exam, will those who have lied come clean and finally be honest about what really happened?
Building relationships is all about honesty, and the award winning author of this book gets to the heart of telling the truth. Paper pack 256 pages for ages over 12.
Keep your lips covered. - Lip Balm - Click on any photo or description for details.
Choose from a variety of balms in different flavors for the pre-schooler to the senior citizen.
Sing with Your Lips
Singing is a great way
to make people smile.
Use your lips to make joyful
noises that will please.
Larry says he loves his lips. - Take care of your lips. If they turn blue, what would you do?
The second video has the words to sing along with Larry.
"By him therefore let us offer
the sacrifice of praise to God continually, that is,
the fruit of our lips
giving thanks to his name."
Music from my lips: Hebrews 13:15 MP3 - Singing is fruit from your lips.
Three versions that are taken from Hebrews 13:15. One to suit every style. (May not play in this order, but you can tell which one it is.)
Version 1: A Sacrifice Of Praise (Hebrews 13:15 - NIV) by Integrity/Columbia Music Group offers a soft version for memory verse lessons. I like this version very much.
Hebrews 13:15 version released in 2006 is a somewhat faster version with a much different tone about it. Not for everybody, but some will find this meets their needs and music style.
The third version is a peppy upbeat tempo that includes passages from Praise On My Lips / (Psalm 34:1-3) (Psalm 63:3-5) (Hebrews13:15) by Sonja G. Whitmore & the High Praise Chorale Ensemble. A really fun version kids will move to easily and get everyone off their seat and to their feet.span>
Finish the Face
Our lips tell a story. If we are happy the corners of our mouth make our lips to point up. If we are sad the corners of our lips will point toward the ground.
How are you feeling today? Finish the pictures by drawing a face for each expression and feeling.
Cowboy Face Draw & Color
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Ponytail Face Draw & Color
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Clown Face Draw & Color
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Mrs. Potato Head
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Have fun with Mrs. Potato Head. Put her lips where an eye should be or change around her nose. What ever funny combination you make is sure to bring a lot of smiles.
Whistle with Your Lips
Whistling is like music
everyone can understand.
Always use your whistling for good
to encourage others.
Are you a whistler? Take a listen to the world's best whistlers.
What do you think? Can you do better?
"We may not all understand all languages, but all languages can understand whistling - it is the all language voice."
quote by Favored1
All languages can
It's the all language voice.— Favored1
My mom could yodel,
but she could not whistle.
My mother could yodel but couldn't whistle. Can you?
Whistling Lips Toys
Do you like to whistle? Kids can pretend to whistle with a siren like toy whistle. Include interactive toys like this during music time as children learn the lessons from each unit. Comes in a pack of 12 in 4 colors.
Toy Favors, Prizes & Supplies
Lessons with application will help children to recall what they have been taught. Prizes and rewards are a good way of helping a child stay focused so they can achieve their goals. Adding a puppet encourages children to interact and openly share their emotions, while building social and verbal skills as well.
This week's challenge on my: Daily Favor Blog