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Big Thoughts for Little People

Big Thoughts for Little People Beginning Readers Christian but not Catholic The selections are very short very focused and memorably illustrated Chapter end questions really draw children out

  • Title: Big Thoughts for Little People
  • Author: Kenneth N. Taylor
  • ISBN: 9780842301640
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Beginning Readers Christian, but not Catholic The selections are very short, very focused and memorably illustrated Chapter end questions really draw children out.

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    1. I liked the verses. They were applicable to young children and character issues. I tried to emphasize that we need Jesus to save us and help us live out what God calls us to do. I also try to emphasize that being “good” won’t save us. This book is about teaching children how to be “good” but we need to remember to teach them the gospel.


    2. Prayers & Devotionals When I was deciding options for schooling I knew that classical Christian education was at the top of my list from a time when I was a long-term substitute in a cottage/private Classical Christian School. Yes I love the classics, but the best part is being able to include and combine Christian education into all the rest. It is a part of our lives and definitely something we want to teach our children in their school and education. So of course, the next thing I want to [...]


    3. Lovely A to Z of christlike character traits, in picture book format for very young children (age 2-5) with relevant scriptures.Would need a discussion with a brief age appropriate gospel message to say we do not make ourselves follow all these lovely traits in our own strength, but only by the grace of God through the Lord Jesus.


    4. I really like this book!If you read my reviews you know that I don't often begin with that statement. In fact my average rating is only a 3.34 and that is on books that I have deemed "worthy" of my reading time!I wasn't sure what to expect when I sent for this book through Tyndale's Blogger Review program, but it has exceeded my expectations. Each spread starts with a letter of the alphabet and then a short Biblical concept follows along with a verse and some brief narration. The second page in [...]


    5. This is the devotional book we use for my 17 month old. While he doesn't answer the questions, he finds the stories interesting enough to pay attention. We plan to use this again when we start Heart of Dakota in the Fall 2012 as our homeschool curriculum.


    6. I liked this better than my children did and I was never that crazy about it. The text is too long for the very young and by the time my children were older, it was too juvenile--well at least for us.



    7. Each letter is represented by full page illustrations, a morality lesson, questions to answer and a short Bible verse.



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