We (my husband and I) take him to church every sunday. He know and says the word cross, he know the word Reverend. But I am not sure what else I can do. Should I use story books, can anyone suggest some good ones?
P.S we are christains
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Answer by Guinhyvar at 9:50 PM on Dec. 20, 2010
I think teaching your child about what you believe is important, don't let anyone convince you otherwise! If you don't "indoctrinate" him someone else will. Lead by example...he will follow. Going to church is great, you can also get Christian colouring books and story books. Say family prayers or grace together. Love you neighbour and he will learn by your actions. They are little sponges at this age and will pick up on everything you do. There's a great website called Domestic Church. http://www.domestic-church.com/
(it's Catholic) but has lots of great idea for things to do with kids anf families.
Answer by tobys.mommy at 12:13 AM on Dec. 21, 2010