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  1. Jillybean
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    I love these story cards! I downloaded pictures representing the items on each day of creation but these are lovely! Just wondering about the blank day for the seventh day…it was a day of rest, a day for God to admire all he had made…for us it is a day to worship Him that made it….I'm not sure what that would like like in card form? I used a picture of a torah scroll to remind Lamb that we learn about God by searching our scriptures.

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  2. Leann @ MontessoriTi
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    We incorporate Bible time already, but I really want to start a more Montessori approach in the fall. I've been planning and gathering ideas… just thought up a way to do the Garden of Eden yesterday, if I can ever sew a felt tree together! I'm also planning on making some Bible dolls similar to the alljoinin blog website. AND I just got notice this morning that Godly play vol. 1 just arrived at my library yesterday via ILL! I'm really excited to hear your ideas. Would love to collaborate!

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  3. Joyfulmama
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    Lovely story cards! I bought my copy of Young children and Worship only a few months ago and it is already looking quite tattered from all the use – what a great resource! We made creation bean bags with similar pictures and used it while singing a song about Creation. You can see what we did at http://joyfulmamasplace.blogspot.com/2010/10/crea… and some more ideas at http://joyfulmamasplace.blogspot.com/2010/10/how-we-use-our-creation-bean-bags.html.

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  4. Ticia
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    I don't use it, but I'm really intrigued by it. Have you see these posts by Our Country Road: <a href="http://ourcountryroad.blogspot.com/2010/09/adam-and-eve-story-telling-box.htmlhttp://ourcountryroad.blogspot.com/2010/09/adam-a… />I love the idea of story telling boxes for Bible stories.

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  5. Kim
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    I hope you post regularly about Bear's Godly play. I'd love to get some ideas to incorporate into our home.

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  6. Counting Coconuts
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    These are great! We have a separate time (outside of school) for bible studies and I think these will be a big hit – thanks for sharing! I'm featuring this on my CC Facebook page. 🙂

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  7. Our Country Road
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    We use a DIY form of Godly Play in our classroom. I have made little sets for Adam and Eve, the Tower of Babel and Isaac and Rebekah. I'll be honest that I havent read the Godly Play book, I just based my things on examples around the web. These cards are so cute!

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