Monday, November 21, 2011

100 Devotions, 100 Bible Songs Childrens Book *GIVEAWAY*


My three year old loves music! He'll entertain himself by singing songs he's learned at church, and dancing around the room. Sometimes he waves flags, ribbons, crepe paper streamers, whatever he can find while he dances. 
My six year old loves books, the more colorful the better. While he's only just learning to read simple words, we enjoy sitting some evenings and reading together. 
Our new book 100 Devotions, 100 Bible Songs (Read & Sing) is a great combination for both boys. This book offers two music CDs featuring 100 songs, and 100 simple Bible devotions for kids that coordinate with the music. 



The songs take me back to my early Sunday School days. Remember "This Little Light of Mine" Yep, it's in there. I realized that my kids didn't know many of these songs, but since we've been playing the CDs in the car, they've learned
them quickly. Little Man's favorite song is "I Wanna Throw Up My Hands" while J-Man's is "Joshua fought the Battle"
I like that I can sing along and teach the hand motions to the songs I remember from my childhood.




100 Devotions, 100 Bible Songs – Kids can read, sing and learn while they spend time with God!

*ages 4-8
*Children can read a devotion (100 of them!), sing a beloved song and say a prayer all while learning and spending time with God
*Great for school, bedtime or anytime in between!
*Includes 2 full-length CDs of music
*Helps kids get in the habit of daily devotions with praise, prayer and scripture

Do you teach the little ones in your life songs from your childhood? What is your favorite you love to hear them sing today? Leave me a comment to let me know, and enter to win your own copy of 100 Read & Sing Devotions 100 Bible Songs. Giveaway Over





Thanks Tommy Mommy! I have been provided a free copy of this book and CDs to review through Tommy Mommy. I am not required to give a positive review, and my opinions given are 100% my own. 


molly

33 comments from creative friends:

slb3334 said...

I love to teach them songs.

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liz said...

Song are great. It is an easy way for children to learn. I always liked This Little Light of Mine.
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Anonymous said...

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THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE

Stephanie said...

Hey Diddle Diddle has been the cutest so far

Lori Hart said...

I am a fairly new Sunday School teacher. I like "I have a river of life flowing out of me" best.

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Jay said...

I like He's got the Whole World.
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Shawna said...

I have taught my little ones to sing the songs I knew growing up. My current favourite is my two year old singing Twinkle Twinkle.

Marci J said...

Jesus Loves Me - a precious song

soccermom1 said...

I like to hear my grandson sing Jesus Loves Me
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Rachel M. said...

Oh my goodness there are so many! Lately "if you're happy and you know it clap your hands". Kids love clapping their hands!

crystletellerday said...

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Anonymous said...

I love seeing my daughter light up when we sing "Jesus Loves Me". She can't really sing it yet, but she dances and claps.
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ryanac32 said...

My grandson likes to sing Jesus Loves Me
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Dealsfan32 said...

"Jesus Loves me" my son likes this song
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tmc480 said...

My son likes to sing If you're happy clap your hands

KHBride said...

I love teaching songs to little ones...not sure what my favorite is. Jesus loves me is a good one

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Theresa said...

Jesus Loves Me is a great song!

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Ledford Land said...

I teach my daughter songs I loved as a kid.. Especially songs from the Wizard of oz! I love to hear her sing the Lollipop Guild song ;)

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moliver0616 said...

I teach my daughter all the songs from when I was in Bible School. She loves This Little Light Mine.

Adventure Leader said...

I like to hear my boys sing Saddle Ridge Ranch, it was our vbs theme song from last year
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Debbi said...

We sing a lot. One of my favorites to hear the kids sing is "Jesus Loves Me".

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corey1971 said...

I am always teaching them new songs for everything. (Corey Olomon)(olomon@hotmail.com)

Schkinner said...

I'm a Music Therapist, so music is something I have made a staple in our house. Both of my kids love to sing. Right now their favorite is "Away in a Manger". I always tear up when they start singing without me!
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Anonymous said...

We are singing all day long at our home...I make up songs all the time and instead of asking them to do something, I sing it to them!!! (I borrow melodies from well known songs) We are now learning some Christmas carols so we can go caroling as a family...Music is so important and we start off each day in song!
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Jessica said...

My son is a huge music fan he has been from the day he was born, he is now 4 and his favorite song is hey diddle diddle.

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Nancy Sue said...

From Toy Story, our 4 yr old son has picked up the song, "You've got a friend in me". But somewhere in the middle it morphs into "I have a dog named Dunlop. But sometimes I call him Barbara." Right now we are learning "O Little Town of Bethleham" for choir at church. There may be some improv on the lyrics in that one as well :)

Laurie said...

They love to sing if you are happy and you know it..

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Farrah Shumway said...

We all sing! Our favorite is Jessus Loves Me

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