Sundays at 5pm

Sacred Heart Church
Photo-A-Day 2.0 #00321

We changed up when we go to church now. When the parishes changed their times we figured that the only option was still Sunday mornings, but now they were at 8am at Saint Mark’s. While I had no aversion to going to St. Mark’s it just wasn’t Sacred Heart which has been our home and was actually across the street from my home growing up. So, once the Summer was over we were able to go back to Sacred Heart. It is a different time for everyone to come to Mass but it looks to be working out so far and we enjoy being back.

It is good too because I learned that the 3 churches will be starting up a Youth Group and I would like to help out as a volunteer for that. In college I had studied Youth Ministry at a local retreat house called Emmaus House and was very near to getting certified as a Youth Minister. I stopped because of my studies and other reasons but I think it is time to put that knowledge to use to help out our parishes and kids.

BenSpark’s Holiday Gift Guide – Build A Bot – Unicorn

Build A BotsWe received the Unicorn Build A Bot from Relevant Play for Free to review and add to our Holiday Gift Guide. Opinions are our own.

These totally cute pets offer an enchanting way to build, assemble, and learn about STEM robotics. There‚Äôs an adorable Unicorn, Kitten, and Dalmatian to choose from. They’re not just cute they are a STEM learning experience. When you put together the robots the instructions teach you about levels and machines and more. The toys also have see-through parts where you can observe the motors running and see how parts move. You can see the toy in action in my video below.

More details about Build A Bots below.

  • Taking the fun of Tech Pets to the next level by being able to build them yourself! The easy Click n Create system allows kids of all ages to enjoy making, customizing, & bringing your own pet UNICORN bot to life!
  • Comes with 20+ numbered pieces that snap together, stickers to decorate, a build certificate to name your pet, then it’s time to play! Then use either a magnetic accessory or simply clap your hands to train your pet robot to walk, jump and play.
  • Each Build-a-Bot has a variety of hidden stem facts so entertaining that kids won’t even know they learned about STEM & robotics. Each robot is interchangeable to mix & match and create a whole new bot species.
  • Ages: 5+ Requires 2 AA batteries, not included.
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