This is the first time I have actually sat down and recorded my top posts for the year. Some of them didn’t surprise me, while others did. I had so much fun looking at what you all enjoyed this year that I thought I would share them with you! Based on these results, I hope to bring you more of what you liked in 2015!!
I share them here for a couple reasons today. First, I thought you all might like to see what the popular posts were for this year and second, I wanted to share those popular posts with the newcomers.
Feel free to pin any of these posts by using the “Pin It” button below each image. That will pin the original post rather than this one and give you a few less links to click through. Which makes everyone happy, right?!
So here are the top 10 posts on In All You Do in 2014 (determined by pageviews).
Your favorite post in 2014 was…
Who knew these would be so popular? If you don’t have these, hop over now to download yours and be ready for Dr. Seuss day, Monday, March 2nd, 2015.
This is a wonderful post by one of our contributors, Lindsey Bell. And a particularly timely post in light of our most recent loss. Lindsey has such a wonderful way with her words. She is also not afraid to share what others might not say. Chances are most of know at least one person who has suffered a miscarriage. This is a wonderful post that may help you as you minister and love on those who have suffered this loss.
#4 — Dr. Seuss Copywork
Here’s another set you might want to grab, as January 19th is quickly approaching! A fun set of Martin Luther King, Jr. printables to use as you study the things he stood for and how it changed our country.
This is another one of my first Unit Studies I created. It includes Math, Science, History, Bible and MORE for Resurrection Day. This year, Resurrection Day falls on Sunday, April 5th.
I welcome you to share and pin this post for those who may be going through the same thing and trying to sort through their feelings. Sometimes it’s just nice to know you’re not alone!
These little groundhog’s are so cute!! Hurry and grab these fun pages before February 2nd!! We also have several other Groundhog Day printables that can be combined to make a complete unit!
And finally, #10 — November Bible Reading Challenge with New Bible Reading Plan Printables
Here are a few of my favorites that didn’t make the list:
What would you like to see more of in 2015? Share with me in the comments below!!
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