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Abingdon Press 101 Games that Keep Kids Coming - eBook

Key factors in creating a foundational Christian Education program include teaching children how to make friends, while creating a safe community environment for them to grow. One of the big fears that prevent kids from coming to Sunday School is not knowing other children in the program. This book provides 101 key opportunities to help children make friends while providing a safe, friendly and fun environment. Includes 25 games for preschoolers, 25 for grades K-3, and 25 for grades 4-6. 26 games are included for use with mixed age ranges and a set of topical and Scripture indices can be found in the back of the book as well.
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Great ice breaker for kids

Date:June 16, 2013
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CherrySwede
Location:Louisiana
Age:25-34
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This book has so many great ice breakers and "get to know you/me" games. Creative and engaging children from preschool ages on up. I highly recommend it!
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Great book for 1st & 2nd graders

Date:October 28, 2010
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Eva Scott
Location:Greensboro, NC
Age:45-54
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I purchased this book by mistake. I was looking for a book that was for Bible-based games. (I didn't notice the subtitle "Get-to-Know-You Games.")
However, this book has great activities to help children get to know each other. The author's premise is that children who feel welcome in class, make friends, and know each other will want to keep coming back.
I use one of these games each week. The kids have loved all of the games that I've used, and they learn something new about each other even if they are already friends with someone.
The games would work with small or large classes.
I would recommend it as an additional activity that is more than a "time filler."
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