Before they bow their heads, your children should understand how and why we talk to God. With the projects in Teaching Children to Pray, your young ones will not only learn about prayer, they will be challenged and motivated to a dynamic prayer life. It includes more than 25 reproducible activities to help you easily teach four topics of prayer: care, commitment, praise and thanks. Make prayer time the most anticipated part of your class! Each activity includes: Reproducible pattern, memory verse, suggested prayer, materials list, step-by-step instructions, and lesson ideas. Recommended for ages 4 and 5.
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Customer Reviews for Teaching Children to Pray, Ages 4 and 5
Review 1 for Teaching Children to Pray, Ages 4 and 5
Date:January 17, 2012
This resource and its companion one for younger children are great for churches on a small budget as they are reproducible. The prep time is minimal and has allowed me to have lessons prepared ahead of time for my nursery workers. We are using this to supplement a psalms & prayer study the church as a whole is completing. Have been pleased with the materials, did alter some activities that asked children to play or create with food as I don't feel that is appropriate, especially for mixed cultures and income levels. On a whole, very pleased, has made my life a whole lot easier and the children love the activities!
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Review 2 for Teaching Children to Pray, Ages 4 and 5
Date:June 3, 2009
These were very nice for a quick craft and a verse plus a little more. Liked this alot.