Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

Words for the wise

word wise

When I looked through Word Wise, by Alison Brown, I could have wished Talitha were a couple of years younger. I think she would have loved the games in this workbook. And I would have loved the information she was picking up as she played.

The back cover explains Word Wise like this:

Many children have heard the stories of Abraham, Moses, Joshua, Daniel etc. but are still unaware of the chronology of the Bible, or the important part each character played in God’s big plan for mankind. Using word searches, jumbled sentences, number codes, and crosswords, these pages provide a journey through the Bible to help children see the “big picture.”

This is labeled “Volume 1.”  I think these 31 pages will leave you wishing for volume 2, 3, and more.

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2 Responses to “Words for the wise”

  1. Yet another book to add to my home school wish list…..I enjoyed traveling with you to Egypt. Thankful for a safe return home.


  2. I went ahead and bought it. Thank you for your recommendation!

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