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God Is All-Powerful

Each month, along with the preschool curriculum from Mother Goose Time we get the Experience God add-on pack.  It is full of games, crafts, and devotions, all designed to help small children understand God.  We don't always do everything in the guide, but we do quite a few activities, Little Guy learns the Bible verse*, and we read the story multiple times.

This month the theme was that God is all-powerful, and the story was Jesus and the Fish - because Mother Goose Time is the BEST at maintaining a cohesive theme!  I love the story cards that we get.  The pictures on the front help Little Guy remember the story, and the story on the back (with interactive prompts) helps me tell the story fluidly rather than rambling.  This month to go along with the story cards we got some story telling pieces, which was fun.  He did pretty well at accurately retelling the story without much prompting, and it was pretty cute!



*Little Guy learns the verses better than I do!  Yesterday I couldn't remember the "address" (book, chapter, verse) of one of the verses we learned a couple months ago.  So I prompted him by saying "Let..." and he finished the verse with "Let everything you say be good and helpful.  Ephesians 4:29." 

We receive Mother Goose Time and the Experience God kit free of charge in exchange for sharing our experiences with everyone.  All opinions are honest!


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