I’ve always been amazed by the way our bodies function–it’s truly incredible. One of the most amazing things to me is the way that God forms a baby’s body within the womb.
Have you ever wanted to teach your child about the way he or she developed in the womb, but you didn’t quite have the proper materials to make it a concrete lesson for them?
Do you want your kids to understand that they’re wonderfully made by the Creator of the Universe–formed intentionally and for a purpose?
Do you want your kids to understand what it means to be born again?
Teaching Children to be Thankful for Life in the Womb
You can teach kids to be thankful for life in the womb. Wonderfully Made: God’s Story of Life from Conception to Birth is the story of your child’s development in the womb, told in a mother’s loving voice, with Scripture and science on every page. The book is perfect for 5-11 year olds, and addresses adoption and multiple births as well.
The book is the perfect way to help your kids understand the wonder of God’s creation–themselves! Your children will love hearing about how God created them, and they’ll come away with a deep gratitude for both life in the womb and for the Creator of all life. They will learn that they are indeed fearfully and wonderfully made.
To help you teach your kids to be grateful for the way God created their life in the womb–and one day the lives of their own babies–I’ve put together these fun resources for you!
Wonderfully Made Posters
For you formed my inward parts;
you knitted me together in my mother’s womb.
I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
Wonderful are your works;
my soul knows it very well.
My frame was not hidden from you,
when I was being made in secret,
intricately woven in the depths of the earth.
Your eyes saw my unformed substance;
in your book were written, every one of them,
the days that were formed for me,
when as yet there was none of them.
These cute posters of Psalm 139:14a will look great framed in your child’s room! The posters are available in either ESV or KJV.
Wonderfully Made Scripture Cards
Each set has 20 cards, and you can download these in either ESV or KJV.
I am Wonderfully Made Lapbook
The I am Wonderfully Made Lapbook will help kindergarten- and elementary-aged kids to really explore the development of fetal life and God’s plan for the “second birth”. The lapbook gives children a permanent visual record of what they’ve learned.
Learning Objectives for the Wonderfully Made Lapbook:
- Learning the science of life in the womb
- Memorizing Scripture
- Learning the story of Nicodemus–and the gospel
- Fine motor skill: Cutting
- Fine motor skill: Stapling
- Fine motor skill: Gluing
- Basic writing
- Numerical sequencing
- Written narration
A Resource to Help Teach Kids About Life in the Womb
Your kids will love learning about life inside the womb with Wonderfully Made: God’s Story of Life from Conception to Birth, published by Christian Focus 4 Kids.
Wonderfully Made is a science- and Scripture-filled picture book for kids ages 5-11. The book is told from the perspective of a mother telling her child about his or her development in the womb week-by-week. In fact, Wonderfully Made is written to help parents meet the theological, scientific, and relational purposes of teaching kids about life in the womb.
You can also learn more about Wonderfully Made over at the book page.
Head over to the Thinking Kids Press store for your free Wonderfully Made posters, Bible memory verse cards, and lapbook!
They’re a great companion to the book Wonderfully Made, and the perfect way to teach your kids about life in the womb!
Autographed from Danika Cooley: Wonderfully Made: God’s story of life from conception to birth
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