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The One Year Devotions for Preschoolers (Little Blessings Line) [Hardcover]

June 23rd, 2012

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Book Description
Publication Date: August 25, 2004 | Age Level: 3 and up | Series: Little Blessings Line
Watch your young children grow in their understanding of God as you meet with him together using this One Year devotional. Each reading pairs a Little Blessings illustration with a short Bible verse and devotional thought that gets you and your child talking about the simple truths of Scripture. A fun, rhyming prayer completes each devotional. A great way to get young children interacting with Scripture daily.
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Product Details
Reading level: Ages 3 and up

Hardcover: 384 pages
Publisher: Tyndale Kids (August 25, 2004)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0842389407
ISBN-13: 978-0842389402

42 of 42 people found the following review helpful
A devotional my kids ASK me to read each night February 3, 2009
By Sam & Julia’s mom
Format:HardcoverIf you want your children to connect their daily lives to Biblical principals in language your preschooler will understand, then this is the book for you. The author, a speaker and writer for MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) grabbed my son’s attention from the first sentence. The beauty of the short, but sweet devotions is that they are interactive. Simple questions get right to the heart of the day’s story and offer a chance for your child to share their feelings.

Here’s an example from December 27th’s devotional titled, “Win or Lose”

“Parker and Jack are having a snowball fight. Each boy hopes he will win! Do you like to win when you play games? Everyone likes to win. But when you play games, everyone loses now and then. Did you know there is something you can never lose? You can never loes God’s love. No matter who may be against you. God will always be on your side.”

Notice that this is a Winter story? I’ve found that the more relevant the situation the more my son get’s out of our devotional time. The day about “Working for Fun” caught his attention since he loves to bake cookies:

“Kaitlyn, Jack and Parker are making Christmas cookies. It will take a lot of work. But when the cookies are done, they will get a reward – they’ll have cookies to eat together! The Bible says that hard work often brings happy rewards. When the kids eat their cookies, do you think they will be happy they worked so hard?”

Seeds are being planted in my son and that makes me one happy Mama! But what about actual scripture verses, you ask? Not to worry! At the bottom of each page is a Bible verse and a prayer. The prayers rhymes, which I love. I have my son repeat every few words after me.

“Lord, when there’s work that needs to be done, help me remember that work can be fun. (December 18th’s Working for Fun devotional)”