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The Curriculum Mapping and Scope and Sequence grids are guides to assist you in long-term planning of your religious education program. Tapestry of Faith programs may be used in any order. However, the order suggested below is based on a progression of community building, Unitarian Universalist identity, and leadership development within each age group. You may wish to expand and deepen a one-term curriculum for an entire year by adding Faith in Action, Alternate Activities, worship, and other activities to the program calendar. See the Scope and Sequence Grids for brief descriptions of the programs. See each individual program for a fuller description of content.
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