Thoughts to Make Your Heart Sing - I read this to the kids each morning, and then I find myself taking a picture of the text with my phone so I can send it to a friend. It's that good. Really.
My ABC Bible Verses - 26 verses that correspond with each letter of the alphabet. Little ones can easily memorize them in this format, and so will you!
Draw to Learn books - My kids have really loved this series over the years. After they finish their drawing for the day, they clamber to be the first to show me their artwork.
The Mystery of History - If you've been reading Preschoolers and Peace for awhile, you know what a lover of The Mystery of History curriculum I am. Gospel-centered, whole-world history. Love.
Grapevine Studies - Stick figures are my specialty! To think that we can study the Bible while using drawing stick figures as a tool -- great! I reviewed this curriculum awhile ago, in case you want to read more.
Hearts and Trees - Homeschool grad Amanda McCoy created quality nature and art study kits that can be used affectively in Circle Time. We've watercolored, studied artists, and created art that I promise would never otherwise have been accomplished here.
Truth in the Tinsel: An Advent Experience for Little Hands - Perfect Advent study for the little ones. Short, to the point, with printables that make craft-deficient moms like me really, really happy.
Jotham's Journey, Bartholomew's Passage, and Tabitha's Travels - Little ones may be too antsy for this series, but your 7's and up should be drawn in and left wanting more every night. Cliffhangers, adventure, and the prize of Jesus. There's a solid reason these are so many people's favorite Advent resource.
Landmark Flash Cards - We don't have the app version, but I can't find any hard copies for you currently. My kids have all loved these over the years, and even if we can't travel internationally, we have an awareness of what's out there. Makes us all want to go!