Worm Watching | And Other Wonderful Ways to Teach Children to Pray (Ingalls & Macdonald)
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Playing and Praying
Worm Watching and Other Wonderful Ways to Help Children to Pray, a delightful book from sibling authors Ann Ingalls and Maryann Macdonald, will help families and churches nurture young children's spirits through crafts, prayers, and wonder, including:
- Go outside to find worms and appreciate the creepy-crawly creatures that help the earth be a better place.
- Take time to playfully style each person's hair in your household, and thank God for the ways we are all unique.
- If you have a pet, watch and mimic its curiosity, and craft a new toy for its playtime.
Ann Ingalls and Maryann Macdonald assist families and educators teach habits of prayer through play. We know children love to play, so help them to play and pray at the same time.
About the Authors
Ann Ingalls, a former early childhood and special education teacher for more than 30 years, is co-author of Little Piano Girl (2010). She lives in Kansas City, Missouri.
Maryann Macdonald, co-author of Little Piano Girl (2010), has written more than 20 books for children, including picture books, chapter books, easy readers, and a biography. She lives in New York City.
Paperback: 64 pages (5 x 7 in.)