Item description for Play And Learn Bible (NLT Story Bible V4) by standard publishing...
Overview - A read-to-me format - Activity-based learning such as rebus, rhymes and stories to act out
This Bible meets the needs of preschool children by providing Bible learning interactively, with variety in story presentation for high interest, and physical and mental activities to increase retention.
The NLT(R) Story Bible Series is the perfect resource for parents who want to start their child on a lifelong adventure with God.NLT(R) is a trademark registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. Used by permission.
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Studio: Standard Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.64" Width: 7.7" Height: 0.73" Weight: 1.59 lbs.
Release Date Sep 14, 2004
Publisher Standard Publishing Company
Grade Level Pre School
Series New Living Translation Bible Story Series
ISBN 0784715971 ISBN13 9780784715970 UPC 707529041445
Availability 0 units.
More About standard publishing
The "Standard Lesson Commentary""(R)" is based on the popular "Uniform Series," also called the International Sunday School Lessons. This series, developed by scholars from several church fellowships, provides an orderly study of the Bible in a six-year period. Nearly two dozen ministers, teachers, Christian education specialists, and others provide the Bible commentary, lesson plans, discussion questions, and all the other parts that make the "Standard Lesson Commentary(R)" the most popular commentary available on the Uniform Series.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Play And Learn Bible (NLT Story Bible V4)?
Good choice for a 2 year old Feb 25, 2006
This bible is fine. My son just made three, and I think it would have been better for a 2 year old. Generally, the stories are too short to capture any interest in the story itself, but there are flaps to pull up and down, which are good. The index is great. I ask my son which story he wants to hear and he can point it out. I, also, bought the next bible in the series which have the kids act out and and point to things while you read. I think that it is a better choice for my active three year old, but we do continue to read this bible, because he likes the flaps.
Effective Movements and Fingerplays for each Bible Story! Jan 11, 2005
The beautifully illustrated cover of this Bible says "50 (Bible) stories...just right for active kids." I bought this as a first Bible for my almost three year old son. It is too wonderful! After almost every line that you read, there is an action for the child to do to participate in the story (walking fingers, pretending to grow tall, looking up to heaven, etc.) The interactive format increases their reading comprehension of the Bible like you wouldn't believe.
Also, some children's Bibles seem almost afraid to include the death and resurrection of Christ, but this one allows little ones to learn the sadness and triumph of Christ's path. For the resurrection, the text has the child pretending to run and look for Jesus in the empty tomb. Wow.
If you teach in a Christian preschool/Kindergarten - buy one now. I can't wait to read it to my class! The wonderful illustrations of Terry Julien will grab your young reader's attention as much as the fingerplays.