Tuesday, May 22, 2012

A is for Adam: the Gospel from Genesis by Ken and Mally Ham

I have been wanting to review this book for awhile. This book was the stand up flip chart version. I loved being able to place it on the table and flip each page as I read it. This also allowed us to stop and talk more in depth on each page without having to hold it open.
At the beginning of the book is a quick one page reference to each page. Each page presents the Genesis account in alphabet form from A-Z. The text rhymes and the illustrations are colorful and child friendly. On the back of each page is a reference for the next displayed page. It includes the text, bible facts, discussion questions, lets remember truth, visual vocabulary, and a suggested activity. This could be used in a traditional, homeschool or church setting.
We personally used this as a Bible Unity Study in our homeschool and spread it out over several weeks focusing on one or two pages per week.
Wonderful asset to anyone wanting to teach children a true account of Genesis in a simple and active way.
*This book was sent to me by New Leaf Publishing in exchange for my honest review.

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