September 17, 2015
Teaching The Lord's Prayer to Preschoolers - Great Book!!!
Introducing HeartSmart, a Scripture memory series designed to create opportunities for children to fill their heart with God’s Word. HeartSmart combines key Scriptures with songs, giving parents a spiritual formation path for building a strong foundation of faith.
The entire Lord’s Prayer is included, along with a custom song (free download with access code).
I really really love this book, and so does my 2.5 yr old son, as you can see! Not only does it get kids excited about the Lord's prayer, but also the book asks questions of the readers. Everytime I get to the page that says, "what's your favorite food?" My son smiles and says...peabutter sanwiches and juce n gapes. (translation: PB&J sandwiches, juice and grapes) Without fail! He loves responding to Emma's questions. It's interactive. We don't have many books that ask questions of the readers so this was really neat for us. My son is also obsessed with blueberry bear. He looks for him on the pages and points him out to me everytime we read it. The first night we read it 3 or 4 times and he repeated the lords prayer after me each time. He has asked for this book every night since, and has many of the lines of this prayer memorized already. Those are signs of a great kid's book!!!!
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