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Bible Stories For Preschoolers

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
"Bible Stories for Preschoolers," written by a team of preschool church education experts, makes the Bible come alive for young children. The dynamic, high-energy, vibrant illustrations featured on every spread will capture children's imaginations while giving them a lifelong love for God's Word. In addition to the retellings, each story includes fun, easy activities that ...more
Hardcover, 432 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Tyndale Kids (first published August 25th 2011)
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Bible Stories for Preschoolers
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Perfect size for preschoolers, not so small that it is hard to see the pictures and not so big it is cumbersome.
Written in language that 2-5 year olds understand easily and even asks questions throughout the story to keep them engaged.

After each Bible story is a Family Time section where there are suggestions on topics to Talk about. There is a section to Do where it includes directions for a craft or a snack to make to go along with the story. Then th
Nov 30, 2011 Mymcbooks rated it it was amazing
My Review: Bible Stories for Preschoolers is a great bible book for preschool children. You will find that these stories are engaging and easy to read that your child won’t want you to stop but read every story.

I love the family time section of the book and that each sections dwells on Talk, Do and Remember. With the Talk section, parents can talk to their children by asking them questions relating to the stories, the Do section gives the children activities that is relevant to the stories and
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