Item description for Draw and Tell Sacraments by Julie A. Petras...
This is the second in the Draw and Tell series, following Bible Stories to Draw and Tell. The catechist reads or tells the story about someone who is receiving the Sacrament as the picture is formed. The storyteller draws a line or two as each part unfolds. The pictures can be drawn on a chalkboard, dry erase board, or a sheet of large paper. The text is set directly across from the picture lines for ease in storytelling. The final picture is a symbol of the Sacrament, which helps the listener recall the Sacrament's basic elements.
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Great storytelling resource for parent or teacher Nov 23, 2004
This book is fun, easy-to-use, and the children stay focused on the story. There are many ways to explain the Sacraments to children, but it is a lesson well taught when the children are involved and having a wonderful time. It only takes about two minutes to tell each story, but they are written so well that they do a beautiful job of relating the simple truths to the children.