Learning through Play: How Children Use Godly Play Materials - Grace and Wondering | Family Ministry and Home Education
Learning Through Play, How children use Godly Play Materials
Wonderful in an Easter kind of way
This phrase is from the Godly Play® lesson about the Holy Family, written by Jerome W. Berryman. It says that the Christ Child grew up to be a man and died on the cross. That is very sad, but it is also wonderful, in an Easter kind of way. Now... he is everywhere, and in every time.
Godly Play is a Montessori-based concept for religious education that can be used at home, in church, or at school. It is rooted in the biblical and theological view that children have spiritual experiences from the very beginning of their existence. However, since children come into the world as non-verbal beings, they lack the linguistic abilities to put words to their experiences. Through the natural mediums of play and artistic expression, Godly Play aids children (and adults!) in…
Young Children & Worship Books - Godly Resources | Worship Woodworks
Sonja Stewart and Jerome Berryman wrote Young Children and Worship as an exciting method for introducing three- to seven-year-olds to the wonder of worship.