Welcome back to another Freebie Friday! I’m making it a goal to get back on track with these and this week I have one to share that I hope you’ll love! As a Christian, I know that it’s my responsibility to share that faith with my children and to make sure that they understand the basics of their faith. Part of this is the Apostle’s Creed and I was trying to think of ways to teach that to Squeaker and Sweet B. Visuals work for Sweet B, so why not Squeaker. After looking through my clipart, I came up with a printable Apostle’s Creed for Toddlers – which is a combination of clipart and text.
Why teach the Apostle’s Creed?
The apostle’s creed is easier to learn, regardless of age. You can certainly teach the Nicene creed as well, but I would wait until your child is old enough to understand. By teaching the apostle’s creed first, you are also giving your child the foundation.
The pack, as stated, is a mixture of words and clipart. It also includes a copy work version. This will be the first of several Christian themed printable packs for toddlers/preschoolers as I start to plan out how to teach Squeaker and Sweet B.
What I may also do is make her own visual catechism by combining some of the packs together. When that happens, I’ll also offer that for download though you’ll still be able to download the packs individually as well.
Here you can see a sample page:
I absolutely love the look of Edu-Clips clipart, which is why I’ve used it for this pack. I’ll be using her clipart for several of the themes in this series as well as tot packs that are in the works.
And remember- if you have any suggestions for themes (Christian or otherwise), please let me know and I’ll see what I can do!
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