Item description for Summer Bridge Activities for Young Christians: Preschool to Kindergarten by Carla Dawn Fisher & Sabena Maiden Julia Ann Hobbs...
Overview Summer Bridge Activities for Young Christians is a special edition of the best-selling workbook series Summer Bridge Activities(TM)! It starts with the award-winning educational content designed to help children move confidently between grades by reviewing and previewing basic skills in reading, writing, math, and language arts. In addition, Summer Bridge Activities for Young Christians includes original content to reinforce and promote Christian values and a Christlike way of life. With Summer Bridge Activities for Young Christians, academic achievement goes hand-in-hand with the values and lessons of the Bible as integral part of your child's summer study. There's no better way to prepare for a new school year!
Publishers Description Help children maintain academic skills and further their Christian walk during summer months by reviewing the basics in cross-curricular areas while reinforcing Christian values. Includes daily devotionals with Bible verses and quotes, ideas for building Christian character, 10 weeks of daily academic activities, a bonus camp section, and more. Unique addition to the award-winning Summer Bridge Activities(TM) series.
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Studio: Rainbow Bridge Publishing (UT)
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.98" Width: 8.44" Height: 0.49" Weight: 1.11 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2005
Publisher Carson-Dellosa Publishing
Grade Level Pre School
ISBN 1594412804 ISBN13 9781594412806
Availability 0 units.
More About Carla Dawn Fisher & Sabena Maiden Julia Ann Hobbs
Hobbs holds a Master's Degree and has done post-graduate work.
Reviews - What do customers think about Summer Bridge Activities for Young Christians: Preschool to Kindergarten?
A great Pre-K curriculum any time of the year Aug 6, 2005
I began this in May to "try" homeschooling, and it has been so successful that I will be homeschooling my three-year-old this fall. It could be used any time of the year. Each unit (15-20 days long; 50 days total in program) begins with a motivational calendar (which has worked very well) and recommended activities (fun and mostly free or inexpensive such as "make labels for household objects.") The book begins with tracing lines and shapes and moves on to letter recognition, writing and phonics. Each day has a short verse or quote, but we use a separate devotional during breakfast so I usually skip over that. There is also a bonus section that contains tear-out alphabet cards and other coloring and writing activities. Included is a recommended reading list, and I was surprised that I already had many of the books listed. Besides the daily scripture and some of the illustrations, it is not Bible-heavy so it would be fine for those who do not practice Christianity. We will be using something a little more Bible-based this fall, but all in all this has been a great, CHEAP (about $12) starter program. My 3-year-old has learned the alphabet and how to write and pronounce the letters from doing this book.