Item description for Making Things Right: The Sacrament of Reconciliation by Jeannine Timko Leichner & Kevin Davidson...
Overview Perfect way to help children prepare to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation. With pare after page of activities, games, and projects, you'll never run out of ideas to engage children.
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Studio: Our Sunday Visitor
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.08" Width: 8.46" Height: 0.37" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2005
Publisher Our Sunday Visitor
ISBN 1592761577 ISBN13 9781592761579
Availability 87 units. Availability accurate as of May 26, 2017 07:15.
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More About Jeannine Timko Leichner & Kevin Davidson
Jeannine Timko Leichner has an extensive background in preparing children for sacraments through parish and diocesan workshops. She is the author of the best-selling children's catechesis books Making Things Right and Joy, Joy the Mass (Our Sunday Visitor). Jeannine also served as an Associate for Catechetical Ministry for the Diocese of San Jose.
Reviews - What do customers think about Making Things Right: The Sacrament of Reconciliation?
Wrong age group Oct 5, 2008
I bought this to use with my 2nd grade CCD class, but I'm afraid it may be a bit too advanced for them. It's not something I can read during a classtime. It will probably be a good resource to give me the right language to reach the children on various different subjects. However, I think it is more suitable for children over 8 years old, even though the back cover states it is recommended for ages 8-12. Or maybe as a good reader for a child with his/her parents.
I do like that it has a Study Guide in the back with questions for each chapter to prompt further discussion with children.
definitly got the book right May 25, 2006
It's an excellent book. Perfect for children preparing for their first confession. Simple, clear and uncomplicated with plenty of child activities, and excellent parent/catechist notes
Great for Home or Class May 8, 2000
"Making Things Right" does a great job bring the complexities of the Sacrament of Reconciliation down to a child's level of understanding. I liked its workbook set up because it lets the children test their knowledge. The simple drawings also make great coloring book pages. The best part of this book, however, was its sequence about the actual Rite of Reconciliation. It explains the steps clearly so that the child isn't as intimidated when he or she goes in to make his or her first penance.