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3 Ways to Help Preschoolers Understand God

When it comes to the Bible, preschoolers might miss a few details. Just remember, they aren’t overthinking it. They are imagining it. Read More

Parents | Preschool | Volunteers

The Emotions of a New Class: How to Prep Your Preschooler

For three- and four-year-olds, the imaginary world might as well be the real world. But we need to remember that with a growing imagination comes a strong capacity for fear. Read More

Parents | Preschool | Volunteers

What to Expect When You’re Expecting a Toddler

Toddlers: It’s the phase when nobody’s on time, everything’s a mess, and one eager two-year-old will insist, “I can do it.” Read More

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A Whole New World: The Age When Anything Can Be Imagined

Being a mighty preschooler is the phase when anything can be imagined, everything can be a game, and one curious kid wants to know, “Why?” Read More

Preschool | Volunteers

Another Year Gone: How to Make the Most of Your (Limited) Time with Preschoolers

It's not really your job to teach everything that's in the Bible to every kid at every phase. It's your job to teach the most important things in the phase… Read More