Do you remember the cute and funny things your children said as they grew? Perhaps your children or grandchildren are still small and are delighting you every day. I remember the day my oldest child said the prayer, "God is good, God is great, thank you for this food... let's EAT Drawing out the word eat and saying it loudly, we all laughed. There are special memories, too, like the time my daughter said, "God, please bless Mema and Papa, and make Papa feel better soon " Teaching our children to pray is essential and fun. You will guide your child to write three things every day that they are grateful for (extra credit for good penmanship), and we left pages left blank so they can also draw how they feel as well. Keep this book on the shelf because it will be a blessing to you once they are grown.
You will enjoy teaching your preschoolers to be thankful with this keepsake prayer book for children.
Tips on teaching children to pray:
- Remind your child that they can talk to God the same way they speak to a parent or trusted adult
- Allow your child to say their prayers in their voice
- Prayer can be a great way to settle a child's mind and prepare them for sleep.
- Proverbs 22:6 Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old, they will not turn from it.
- Good habits take time and practice. Be patient with yourself and your child.