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Your ChildChildren love to ask us why we do things. It doesn't matter what it is, "why?" is a large part of anychild's life. This is especially true of religion because not all of our actions are easy tocomprehend. Taking a proactive approach can help in this department.Action: Children often learn best when they are active. That's why so many Sunday schools havelittle art projects each week. We've used that with our Nativity set and it has been appreciated.All Senses: My mother taught a Sunday school class. When she covered the book of Ruth shepopped a grocery bag full of popcorn. The kids ate the popcorn as she explained about gleaning.Sight, taste, smell and sound are important parts of teaching and it holds true for religion.Reading: Our children had several Children's Story Bibles and we encouraged them to readthem. We read them to them before they could read themselves. We found novels that taughtChristian principles, such as C.S. Lewis's The Narnian Chronicles.During several Christian seasons there are readings that can be done to enhance understandingand bring about discussion with older children. Advent, Christmastide, Epiphany, Lent and HolyWeek are good examples. You can find some on-line, use the Bible or write them to suit yourfamily's needs.Practice: The best way to teach and explain anything is to practice it yourself. I was taught thatour kids would do 80% of what we do right and 100% of what we do wrong. This is quite true. Toteach and explain prayer we need to pray. To teach and explain

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