This is a guest post from Tauna of Proverbial Homemaker.
Teaching our children the basics of the faith is an important responsibility for Christian parents. At very young ages, we can imprint upon their hearts and minds the “pattern of sound words” that will become a launching pad as they grow in their own understanding of God and His Word.
Today I’m excited to tell you about Sound Words for Kids, a simple but effective tool from that helps parents teach the foundational truths of the Christian faith to their children. It can be used in a family worship setting or as a curriculum for homeschools or churches.
Sound Words for Kids uses a catechism format based on the Westminster catechism, teaching through a series of important questions and answers. This basic theology curriculum is written for for pre-k – 2nd grade and includes notebooking pages, copywork, devotions, memory verses, crafts, and more!….
Questions addressed include the following:
- Bonus Lesson: Attributes of God
- Who is God?
- Who Made God?
- Has God Ever Had a Beginning?
- Will God Ever Die?
- Are There More Gods Than one?
- In How Many Persons Does This One God Exist?
- Who Are The Three Persons of God?
- Where is God?
- Can You See God?
- Does God Know All Things?
- Can God Do All Things?
The full Sound Words curriculum will be comprised of 9 units, including topics such as creation, the fall, salvation, Christ and His work, and more.
I’m Tauna! This is me: Jesus follower, wife, mom, [domestically challenged] homemaker, homeschooler, and writer. Join me at ProverbialHomemaker.com, where I work to bring you encouragement and tools for the journey. Let us pursue God’s call on our lives (no matter the learning curve) and rely on Him to equip us for the task!
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~ Danika Cooley
Danika Cooley is the author of When Lightning Struck! The Story of Martin Luther (Fortress Press, 2015), Wonderfully Made (CF4K, 2016), and Bible Road Trip. Her work has been featured in internationally-recognized children's magazines over 150 times.