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The Great Adventure Kids Set

by aquinasandmore on March 12, 2009

Aquinas and More has the solution if you are looking for a fun and easy way to teach your children about the narrative story of salvation history, the story of God and His people, and to get them interested in learning more about the Bible. The new Great Adventure Kids set is based on the popular Great Adventure Bible Study series for adults, and is color-coded to help teach children about the different periods of salvation history. The pack includes a chart, bookmark, card game set, Bible story coloring book, and prayer beads, and each individual part of the pack is also sold separately.

This set utilizes play, memorization, prayer, and interaction to teach children and help them relate the Bible to their own lives. The Great Adventure Kids chart explains the twelve periods of salvation history, and shows the chronology of the Bible in a way that makes it easier to remember. It also includes maps, prayers, and explanations of the six historical covenants between God and man. The bookmark is modeled after the chart, and is also color-coded to make it easy to see the different periods of salvation history. The card game set is meant to teach children three and older about salvation history, through five different games enjoyable for those at any age. These games use concepts of well-known card games such as "Go Fish" and "Spoons." The included coloring book has 49 pages of illustrated Bible stories, with four pages for each of the 12 periods of history. The Great Adventure Kids Prayer Beads are made to be used with the Bible Timeline Prayer on the back of the chart, which emphasizes important lessons from each period of salvation history.

Great Adventure Kids is sure to be as popular and as useful as the Great Adventure Bible Study series has been for adults, and it is a fantastic way to introduce children to and teach them about our salvation history. To learn more about the pack or each individual part, or to order, please visit Aquinas and More here.

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