Melvil Decimal System: 268.431
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Christian practice and observance
Christian pastoral practice and religious orders
Christian organization, social work, worship
History of Christianity
Church; Institutions; Work
Sabbath; Lord's Day; Sunday
Public Worship; Ritual
Missions; Home and Foreign
Administration and Management
Christian Teachers and Youth Ministers
For Particular Groups
Tweens, Teens, Young Adults
Works under MDS 268.431
- Moses (Chalice Year, Preschool/Kindergarten, Unit I) by Ph.D. Amelia J. Gearey
- Creative Bible Crafts: Reproducible Activities Ages 2 & 3 by Dyan Beller
- God Made Me Special by Laura Cordova
- A Song of Creation - Episcopal Children's Curriculum Pre-k Shell by Center for the Ministry of Teaching Staff Virginia Theological Seminary
- Reading Brainstorms by Becky Daniel
- Stories Jesus Told: Pre-K, Chalice Year, Unit II by Amelia Gearey
- A Baptism Story by Amelia J. Gearey
- Godly Play, The Liturgy Cycles by Jerome Berryman
- The 2's at Church by Elizabeth Gardner
- Armor of God (Brighter Child Activity Books) ages 3-6 by School Specialty Publishing
- A Godly Play Workshop: The Parable Cycle: Entering With Wonder to Live the Question by Jerome Berryman
- Love One Another: Pre-K, Cross Year, Unit II, by Pre-K Episcopal Children's Curriculum ECC, Shell
- Let Us Sing: Pre-K, Cross Year, Unit IV by Pre-K Episcopal Children's Curriculum ECC, Shell
- Pre-K, Shell Year, Units 1-4: Teacher's Guide: A Song of Creation, At the Manger, A Baptism Story, We are the Church by Pre-K Episcopal Children's Curriculum ECC, Shell
- My Church: Pre-K, Cross Year, Unit III by Pre-K Episcopal Children's Curriculum ECC, Shell
- David: Pre-K, Cross Year, Unit I by Pre-K Episcopal Children's Curriculum ECC, Shell
- At the Manger: Pre-K, Shell Year, Unit II by Pre-K Episcopal Children's Curriculum ECC, Shell
- The Lord is My Shepherd by Debbie Boone-Jenkins & Lynn Willey
- Pre-K, Chalice Year, Unit I-IV: Teacher's Guide: Moses, Stories Jesus Told, Eucharist: A Child's Story, Let Us Pray by Pre-K Episcopal Children's Curriculum ECC, Shell
- The 3's at church; teaching material for the year for use with three-year-olds in the church school by Ada Beth Heaton
- Children Learn Manners as They Color, 14 reproducible color sheets by Oops Group Inc.
- The Love Of Jesus, Children's Bible Reader Series, 30 Gospel Stories by Wisdom Books
- A Godly Play Workshop, Children and Sacred Stories by Jerome Berryman
- Pre-K, Cross Year, Units I-IV: Teacher's Guide: David, Love One Another, My Church, Let Us Sing by Pre-K Episcopal Children's Curriculum ECC, Shell
- Creation, A Bible Storybook to Color by Warner Press
- Let Us Pray: Pre-K, Chalice Year, Unit IV by Pre-K Episcopal Children's Curriculum ECC, Shell
- Creation Story Apron, (Felt and Velcro) by Unknown
- We are the Church: Pre-K , Shell Year, Unit IV by Pre-K Episcopal Children's Curriculum ECC, Shell
- Eucharist: A Child's Story: Pre-K, Chalice Year, Unit III by Pre-K Episcopal Children's Curriculum ECC, Shell
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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