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Family Funstuff Bible Stories Elementary

by Lois Keffer, Mary Grace Becker (Editor), Susan Martins Miller

Other authors: Scott Angle (Illustrator)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0781435471, Hardcover)

The Bible was meant to be shared. By people of all ages for all time. By kids. By moms and dads and whole families. The Bible is more than a collection of great stories-it's God's truth. For people of all ages for all time. For kids. For moms and dads and whole families. This treasury of Bible stories features a rich variety of masterful storytelling-dramas, eyewitness accounts, humorous poems-even games and riddles! Each turn of the page reveals something new and exciting.The Bible was meant to be taken to heart and lived out. By kids. By moms and dads and whole families. So we've followed each Bible story with a Go for the Godprint section that helps kids and families do just that. In the Go for the Godprint pages you'll find: The Godprint: What characteristic does God want to give kids that's illustrated in this story? This section presents the Godprint in language that's clear and challenging to kids. What Digby Dug Up: Fun Bible factoids and interesting cultural tidbits that lead to a clearer understanding of the story. A fun activity, craft or game that helps put feet on the Bible truth. It's great when kids learn Bible stories and think about them. It's better yet when kids live out what they've read! If your kids are learning from Godprints curriculum at church, they'll recognize the friendly characters from Potterfield who host each activity. Jake's Mirth Quake: Lively games. Mo's Fab Lab: Great science stuff. Izzy's Art Cart: Creative art and craft projects. PJ's Good to Go: Simple ways to serve others. Herbie's Hideaway: Activities for thoughtful reflection. Cafe de Click: Food fun to celebrate what God does for us. GP Theater Company: Imaginative ways to relive the story. Wally's Walkabout: Whole-body ways to learn. God Talk: Creative, family-involving ways to pray.Enjoy these pages of Bible adventure with your kids.

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