Earlier in the BSF year, we studied Exodus 2. The kids learned, among other things, that young Miriam was a very responsible older sibling, entrusted with her baby brother's care. They also learned that Moses struggled with a very hot temper, that got the better of him in Egypt (when he killed a man), but that was under control in Midian (when he drove away the men harassing the daughters of Jethro). God made that change in Moses.
Inspired by this, I challenged the kids to earn a Miriam and Moses award. I would give the Miriam Award for showing responsibility and the Moses Award for showing self-control over anger, with the help of God. At first I set the bar too high and said I wouldn't give the award until they displayed the trait all day. That was too much to ask and now I've decided to give it more often for single displays of the trait.
Here's Lane sporting a Miriam Award. After taking the picture, we glued the award into his workbook with the date and the details of how he earned the award. (He took his sheets off his bed and loaded the washing machine without being reminded.)
By the way, I've attracted some hits to the blog from Google searches for "BSF Life of Moses lesson answers" and similar searches. I hope you aren't actually looking for someone else's answers for your study sheet! The purpose of BSF daily questions is to help the BSFer dig deeper into the Word of God and learn from it. Finding the answer from a Google search robs you of the benefit of the study! I beg you, open up your Bible and find the answers. Ask for God's help and He will open your eyes to the answer. The Word of God is inspired by Him. Blogs like mine are meant to point you to Him.