Jerome Berryman and Godly Play

by Dirk deVries
Godly Play is what Jerome Berryman calls his interpretation of Montessori religious education. It is an imaginative approach to working with children, an approach that supports… read more

The Itsy Bitsy Spider

by Tricia Brown
I recently read a mother’s post on Facebook regarding her young son. It said, “Ethan just drew what he said was a spider, then got scared and ran from it. I had to… read more

Worship for Kids: October 20, 2013

by Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Old Testament: Jeremiah 31:27-34. The detailed and varied poetic images in verses 27-28 make it essential that the liturgist explain directly that… read more

Worship for Kids: October 13, 2013

by Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Old Testament: Jeremiah 29:1, 4-7. Exile means being stuck where you do not want to be. The Jews to whom Jeremiah spoke were stuck in Babylon, where… read more

5 Ways to Help Your Child Find Friends

by Tricia Brown
When I was young, I performed a social experiment on myself. I decided that I would see how long it would take for someone to talk to me if I went to school everyday and… read more

Be Not Afraid!

by Joseph M. Primo
What Do We Tell the Children: Talking to Kids about Death and Dying, helps pastors, parents, and other caregivers prepare and comfort the grieving children in their lives. What… read more
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