I overheard the Holy Heroes Answer Kid and Lillian discussing this year’s Advent Adventure–it’s our 10th Annual online freebie!
This is our 10th Annual online Holy Heroes Advent Adventure—and I’m here to tell you what you NEED…what you DON’T NEED…& what you MIGHT WANT to have.
“Might want to have”—that means I don’t NEED it, though, right?
Right. Things you don’t NEED–but your Mom & Dad might decide it’s easier on them if you do have them.
Ah! During Advent I know my Mom & Dad get really busy, so anything that is EASIER on THEM = GOOD for ME!
So, here’s what you NEED: FIRST, you need to sign up at ADVENTADVENTURE.com!
So, I need to find a pen to sign up?
No: you sign up with an email address on a computer or tablet or phone—then we send you emails every day full of fun stuff: videos…things to listen to & pray along with us…printables—lots of stuff for kids from about 4 or 5 years old and up.
OK: so I only need an EMAIL ADDRESS and some way to get emails?
Yes—correct. You will also need a printer to print out the printables we send you. To print out the printables, you will also need paper to put in the printer. To use the paper that goes with the printer, you will need ink in the printer. You will also need crayons, pencils, or pens to use on the printables that were printed out by the printer onto the paper by the ink. And last but not least, you will need a brain to do all of these things.
Check: printer, paper, ink, and a brain. Got all those things. BUT–do I need money? Or a credit card?
NO—money is one thing you DO NOT need! Advent Adventure
is FREE—costs you nothing, zilch, nada!
Here’s one more thing that you do NOT need: Lots of Mom & Dad’s TIME.
Advent Adventure is super-easy because we do everything for you—then we email it to you every day. You just open your email, then: click and watch…click and listen…click and print off. (Moms: there are NO messy crafts!) In fact, here’s what two moms told us:
“I was not involved in the day-to-day use of Advent Adventure. My kids did it on their own–the 10-year old was in charge! THANKS!”
“I love that my kids are learning the Faith…while I can be free to do laundry or dishes!”
But—moms have told us over the past 9 years of Advent Adventures that there are some things that are “good to have” even if you don’t NEED them. You can find all of these things right now at HolyHeroes.com/Advent
Handy Advent products from Holy Heroes
Remember we told you that you need a printer and paper and ink? Well,you can save time, money, ink, and paper if you buy our 2017 Advent Adventure Activity Book, which includes all the printables in our emails PLUS some extras that are pretty handy. For example, with each book you get our Sacrifice Manager activity, an Advent & Christmas calendar, & a 10% off discount code that you can use on our website over & over again until Dec 24th (so it can save you more than the cost of the book!) !
What’s that under your thumb?
That’s the 10% off discount code which can be used over & over again to save money on Christmas and Epiphany presents!
So you can save more than it cost you to buy the book! Oh–you said that.
You also MIGHT WANT our Advent candle kit and an Advent wreath—we have two options.
If you want the kids off the computer as much as possible, then get our new Jesse tree DVD
. It includes some extra Jesse Tree videos that are not sent out in the emails (but online we have lots of special Advent videos, besides), and you can use this DVD over again every Advent.
Finally, you might also want to dig deeper with the Bible. We have a special Bible called The Picture Bible. It’s a Bible made like a graphic novel. We include Bible citations in the lessons throughout Advent Adventure, and this year we’ve added citations for what to read in The Picture Bible—which is the first Bible everyone in our family read cover to cover (and over and over and over!)
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Kerri is the co-founder of Holy Heroes and the creator of the “Adventures” they offer free online. She has graduate degrees in history and law. She now homeschools the five children still at home (having successfully sent the three oldest children off to college).