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  • ISBN: 9781-84550-7220
  • Binding: Large Paperback
  • Page Count: 128
  • Publisher: Christian Focus Publications

The Shorter Catechism Activity Book: Learning the Truth with Puzzles

$14.99 $11.95

This book uses the puzzle formats children are familiar with in school such as word searches; crossword puzzles and codes. It’s a fun way to work through the Westminster Shorter Catechism – one of the church’s statements of faith. Not only will they enjoy completing these work sheets; the truths that are presented here will be a strong foundation for their future life.

The Shorter Catechism covers these key Bible doctrines: God; Sin; Christ; The Ten Commandments; Baptism; The Lord’s Supper and The Lord’s prayer.

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The Shorter Catechism Activity Book

Learning the Truth with Puzzles

This book uses the puzzle formats children are familiar with in school such as word searches; crossword puzzles and codes. It’s a fun way to work through the Westminster Shorter Catechism – one of the church’s statements of faith. Not only will they enjoy completing these work sheets; the truths that are presented in The Shorter Catechism Activity Book will be a strong foundation for their future life.

The Shorter Catechism covers these key Bible doctrines: God; Sin; Christ; The Ten Commandments; Baptism; The Lord’s Supper and The Lord’s prayer.

Recommended Reading Level:

Read to me: age 6-7
Read myself: age 8-12

About the Author:

Marianne Ross is a wife, mother, writer and cup-cake baker living in Drymen, Scotland. She and her family dwell quite near the beautiful Loch Lomond there. As well as being a wife to Philip and mother to three growing children, she is involved in a women’s bible study group and her local children’s cross country club.

Endorsements

“This looks really cool. The codes aren’t too difficult but they are not too easy, either. It’s a very fun way to learn about the catechism.”
— Charlotte Lawson (age 10)

“I can work out the codes and they help you think about what the catechism says, because you are trying to work out each word. I’d like to do all of these pages!”
— Mary Larson (age 9)

“This workbook is a great way to get kids thinking about the faith.”
— Paul Levy

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