My sister is a school teacher, so she is always coming up with smart new ways to teach important lessons. Last time I was at her house, I noticed a clever saying on the wall over her desk. An example of when being slow is good:
If you look closely, you can tell she just framed a piece of fabric — or maybe she used patterned paper — then wrote the words on the glass with a dry erase marker:
Isn’t that brilliant? She may have spotted the framed fabric idea on Pinterest, but I’m pretty sure she came up with the saying all by herself.
And just think… if I’d visited a week earlier or a week later, I might have missed it!
Anyway, I’ve been intending to share it with you ever since I first spotted it at her house, but am only just now getting around to doing so. Here’s a printable version you can let your kiddos color, then hang it on the frig or put it in a frame to serve as a reminder that sometimes, being SLOW is a good thing — a very good thing, indeed!
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I hope you enjoy our Time to SLOW Down coloring page. If you like to color, then come back again next Sunday for a new one. To download any of the pages I’ve published in the past, simply follow this link: Free Christian Coloring Pages.
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