Item description for Favorite Bible Children (Ages 2 & 3) by Jennifer Nystrom...
Overview Throughout the Bible there are numerous examples of children and young people making a difference. The Lord Himself chose to come to earth as a baby. What better way to teach children about God than to use other children as examples! The crafts, games, puzzles and activities in Favorite Bible Children are designed to let kids know that they can be instruments of God. Each activity includes: Bible child's name or identifier, lesson title highlighting a Bible story, Scripture reference for the Bible story, memory verse, materials list, step-by-step instructions and a short lesson. These crafts and activities focus on a few of the children whose stories are recorded in the Bible. It was because these children were willing to be used by God and were obedient to Him that God was able to do great things through them. Your young students are just starting to learn about God. Use Favorite Bible Children to teach them that no matter how young they are, God can effectively use them.
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Studio: Rainbow Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.83" Width: 8.4" Height: 0.37" Weight: 0.68 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2000
Publisher RAINBOW PUBLISHERS
Grade Level Pre School
Series Favorite Bible Children
ISBN 188535875X ISBN13 9781885358752
Availability 0 units.
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Great at-home devotional for little ones Dec 1, 2009
This book is more appropriate for children ages 4-5 (they would understand the concepts better), but we LOVE this book. There are 5 different craft-type activities with each Bible lesson, and there are 12 lessons within the book (old and new testament combination). We spend about a week on each lesson. They start off each lesson with a coloring page, so you can read aloud the corresponding Bible verses while the kiddos color. Great memory verses accompany each lesson, which we review daily. Then the craft/game ideas for the rest of the lesson use household materials...nothing that I've ever had to go out to buy. I have 2 boys, ages 5 and 2.5, they both easily participate together.