I was very excited to receive a copy of this product from Tyndale Publishing for review. I always joke around how my youngest hasn’t had many “little kid” books because, as the youngest, he has been used to sitting in on the older kids all the time. So when this arrived, it was the perfect product “just for him!”
My Sing Along-Bible is a book for toddlers and preschool age children to learn Bible stories. It is accompanied by a music CD that has a catchy song for each story. There are over 50 stories and songs!
I will admit, my older children sat in on some of the songs, and they were singing the tunes the rest of the day! I think they actually enjoyed it too 🙂
My Sing-Along-Bible is the perfect addition for a younger child in their library. It teaches basic Bible stories in a fun and engaging way. My son enjoyed listening as we went along with each story.
I can see this being a great way to keep a little one occupied while you work with older children in their school work. It can also be a great way for a little one to have some quiet time, with meaningful songs to listen to. Or use it for bedtime stories…whatever works for your family!
From Tyndale Publishers site: Let’s Read! Let’s Sing! My Sing-Along Bible is the perfect collection of easy-to-understand Bible stories and music for your wiggly, giggly toddler or preschooler! This book and music CD set includes creative retellings of favorite Bible stories. Plus, lively Bible and Scripture songs on the CD (included with the book) will inspire your child to sing and laugh while building a solid faith foundation. Includes 50 favorite Bible stories kids will love to read over and over again, 50 songs (high energy! and some for quiet time too!)—one to go along with each Bible story—plus bonus songs that make memorizing the books of the Bible easy and fun!
Incorporating my preschooler into our studies this fall has been loads of fun! We are using the Bible as our main textbook, and are currently studying the book of Genesis. I have found so many amazing resources to help him jump right in and be a part of our learning each day.
We also use flash cards to jump to the letters I call out (sort of like Hullabaloo with our own twist!)
We’ve made a mini book about the days of Creation
Colored rainbow pictures when we talked about the Flood and God’s promise
The preschooler has joined in all of our video watching and read alouds
His older siblings read books to him about Adam and Eve, Creation, and Noah’s Ark
We’ve been reading lots of books about dinosaurs
Made a family tree when we learned about the family line from Adam to Noah
It’s been really rather simple and natural to include activities for all different age groups while studying Genesis. The preschooler has fit right in and I’m excited to have us all digging into the Bible together.