The loving family unit, of whatever configuration, is the primary source of spiritual nurture and religious education in a child's life. The religious education children experience in Windows and Mirrors will be enhanced by involvement of parents or caregivers. To help, each session includes a Taking It Home section for you to download, customize and share with families as a handout or email.
Taking It Home summarizes the session's content and provides questions and activities to stimulate family conversations and extension activities at home. With Taking It Home, a parent will have enough details to ask an engaging question, for example: "What was your Window/Mirror panel assignment today?" or, "What did you find out about Silly Putty?" or, "Do you remember the story of how Henry Hampton's television show told African American history in a new way?" In this way, parents and children may learn from each other.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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