A nursery resource that nurtures little ones in the Christian faith.
Grow, Proclaim, Serve! Babies & Woddlers provides a ministry program for children to learn, live, and grow in the Christian faith from the moment of birth. This annual resource will guide leaders and parents as they nurture babies and woddlers in the beginning of their Christian faith.
Includes sixteen 11 x 14 full-color posters of photographic images that will also contain Common English Bible Scripture verses and finger plays. Nestled within the interior of the posters is a 16-page leader guide for teachers explaining how to use the posters, incorporating music into the nursery, additional finger plays, and helpful information for caregivers about the faith formation of babies. Free online downloadable forms available that churches can use in their nurseries (parent information, checklists, release statements). < /p>
Also contains numerous sample forms and letters including Sign-In Sheets, Child Information Sheets, Injury Report Forms, Daily Information Sheets, Nursery Welcome Letters, and Monthly Parent Messages.
THEMES – 2014- 2015
PART 1 – CARING FOR INFANTS
All About Infants
The Ages and Stages of Babies and Woddlers
PART 2 – THE NURSERY
Setting Up The Church Nursery
The Secure and Safe Nursery
The Nursery Day
PART 3 – NURTURE AND TEACH
Curriculum Includes Everything
Learning Through The Senses
You Can Do It!
Leaps of Faith
TEACHING THE FAITH
PART 1 – TEACHING THE FAITH FROM
Teaching the Faith From the Rocking Chair
Teaching the Faith From the Changing Area
Teaching the Faith From the Eating Area
Teaching the Faith From the Napping Area
Teaching the Faith From the Play Area
PART 2 – FIVE BIBLE VERSES TO REPEAT IN EACH AREA
“A child is born to us.” (Isaiah 9:6, CEB)
“Whoever welcomes one of these children in my name welcomes me.” (Mark 9:37, CEB)
“The child grew up, becoming strong in character.” (Luke 1:80, CEB)
"Happy are people who make peace, because they will be called God’s children.” (Matthew 5:9, CEB)
“You are the Lord’s children.” (Deuteronomy 14:1, CEB)