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formation during childhood. With a biblical perspective as a starting point and a recognition of the crucial role of both the family and the faith community, Stonehouse reviews important contributions from noted child development experts. By carefully "setting the stage" through liturgy, sacred stories, parables and quiet times of "godly play" religious educators can help children meet with God.
Baker Book House, 1998, 237 pp. Paper $24.00
Godly Play An Imaginative Approach to Religious Education
By Jerome Berryman Berryman describes a play-based philosophy to religious education based on Sofia Cavaletti's work. This is an excellent foundational companion to 'Teaching Godly Play,' Berryman's seminal description of how to set up a Montessori-like religious education program with stories and play as the center of the curriculum.
Augsburg Fortress, 1995, 179 pp. Paper $15.99
Young Children and Worship
By Sonja Stewart and Jerome Berryman A precursor to the Godly Play books instructions on making the storytelling materials, a big help for Meetings and individuals on a budget. Designed for use with children aged 3-7.
Westminster 1989 214 PP. Paper $25.00
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