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Big Book Of Catholic Customs And Traditions For Ch
Beth Branigan McNamara
Anne E. Neuberger
With the same classroom-tested style that made our Big Book of Ideas for Children's Faith Formation so popular, this book shows you step-by-step how to make learning fun for children ages 3 to 8, and beyond. Your favorite characters from the first book return to lead you through Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter, and a few secular holidays, too. Short stories, crafts, games, and traditional decorations remind them of the time-honored customs of the season. Prayers and devotions - some new, some traditional - keep all the fun centered on faith, and might just become lifetime habits.
If you teach in Catholic schools or CCD classes, you'll wonder how you ever got along without this book. If you're a homeschooler, this is just the help you've been looking for. If you're a parent or grandparent looking for some rainy-day fun, here's fun you can feel good about.
Great homeschool or supplemental resource
Share the faith with your kids in a fun way.
The 'Big Book': Fantastic Resource for the Parent Teaching the Faith
That's where the 'Big Book' comes in. The book has practical and entertaining activities for kids of all ages. It is separated by months and has an additional 'anytime' section as well. It provides pictures (I am such a visual person) and the instructions are totally manageable. My three year old has really enjoyed the projects we have done so far and I know we will use it for years to come because as she gets older I can utilize some of the options differ Full Review...
A Wonderful Book For Planning Your Liturgical Year
Amazing Catholic Resource
The book Big Book of Catholic Customs is an awesome addition to any Catholic families book shelf or Catholic teacher. The book is divided into months and seasons and follows the Liturgical Calendar. The popular Saint Feast Days and Holy Days of Obligation are highlighted and discussed from the perspective of different countries customs and traditions. It is a fantastic way to incorporate learning about other cultures in your religious education. Another great quality of the book is that it contains many worksheets and crafts that can be copied so each family member can have their own chance to learn and grow individually and together.
My family loved that we recieved this wonderful resource right before the start of Advent. We were able to incorporate many new traditions into our seasonal routine that I know we will forever include in our celebrations. I have b Full Review...
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