Parable Fun for Little Ones 10 Sessions of Pick-and-mix Stories and Activities for Under-fives by Renita Boyle
  

Synopsis

Parable Fun for Little Ones 10 Sessions of Pick-and-mix Stories and Activities for Under-fives by Renita Boyle

A flexible and fun-filled exploration of Jesus' parables for use with under fives at toddler groups, playschool and preschool classes. The book contains a wealth of teaching ideas using a relational and playful approach. Each of the session has ideas for: stories (and how to tell them) songs and finger rhymes crafts and games role play snack ideas prayer activities Bible verses with actions For continuity, there are also family fun activities to do at home.

Reviews

Ten sessions with several different ways of telling each story. Some excellent ideas for foundation pupils and although designed for pre-schoolers it could well work with less able year 1 pupils. Plenty of practical ideas.' - Stapleford Centre Resources and Courses, Autumn 2008 'Every pre-school teacher needs this book! Everything is produced in one beautiful, thoughtful and easy to use package. Even though it's written specifically for younger children, it can be appreciated and enjoyed by any age - even adults. It is brilliant!' - Heather Bestel, Educational Psychotherapist and Storyteller. -- Heather Bestel BRF website The Methodist Recorder - 13 December 2007 Pre-school children are offered Parable Fun for Little Ones by Barnabas, another example of the publisher's meticulous preparation of material to ensure stress-free preparation by the group leader and easily-absorbed information (camouflaged by enjoyment) for group members. Ten of Jesus

-up family activities to do at home. The intriguing list of story-telling aids contains items such as a 'Pat-a-pet

'tickle trunk'

-up box and a 'memory time

'Ten sessions with several different ways of telling each story. Some excellent ideas for foundation pupils and although designed for pre-schoolers it could well work with less able year 1 pupils. Plenty of practical ideas.' -Stapleford Centre Resources and Courses Autumn 2008 Stapleford Centre'

About the Author

Renita Boyle has been described as a 'remarkable storyteller who can keep young audiences spellbound and older listeners thinking'. She is a member of the Scottish Storytelling Forum and is listed among the professional storytellers in the Scottish Storytelling directory. She is an experienced children's worker and has a BA(Hons) in Theology. Her published works include Parable Fun for Little Ones (Barnabas 2007), Understanding Compassion (BRF 2004), Parachute Fun for Everyone (Barnabas for Children, 2011), My Storytime Bible (Barnabas for Children, 2011) and The Gingerbread Nativity (Barnabas for Children, 2013).

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Format

Paperback
100 pages

Author

Renita Boyle
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Author's Website

renitaboyle.com/

Publisher

Barnabas an imprint of BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship)

Publication date

21st September 2007

ISBN

9781841014913


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