Children's Ministry: Learning About Your 3-5 Year Olds

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As preschoolers grow from three to five years old, their development moves so fast that an effective teacher needs to know her children well or risk missing the children's hearts altogether. Some games, some approaches, some messages will light up the mind and heart of a three-year-old, but bore a four. Some will excite the five-year-old, but frustrate the three. Ministry in both large and small groups becomes not only easier, but more effective, when you've taken the time to understand the unique characteristics of each age

Table of Contents:

What Makes Me Three
The world looks different when you grow from two to three.
by Amy Dolan, Kerri Mahla, and Fred Van Iten

Growing to Four and Five
Customize your ministry to reflect the changes that occur as children grow.
by Amy Dolan, Kerri Mahla, and Fred Van Iten

Learn to Learn About Your Children
Public television or a field trip may be just what your staff needs to get in touch.
by Amy Dolan, Kerri Mahla, and Fred Van Iten

Behavior You Can Expect
If you make your expectations clear, any preschooler can follow these three simple rules.
by Amy Dolan, Kerri Mahla, and Fred Van Iten

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