Great way to keep our 9.5 and 8 year olds attention focused on the sermon. I also made a short copy for my 3.5 year old inserting a couple of blank pages in between sermon pages so he can feel big and important with his own book. He uses it to practice writing letters and make pictures.
We haven’t started using them yet.
We are looking forward to use these in conjunction with other items we have..
Yup! My boys are wrigglers, talkers and full on ball of distracted mess when it comes to sitting for more then 2 minutes. I was hesitant to buy this, but love all the NC products…so I did it.
Welp! Once again! NC has done it! My boys actually remembered what the sermon was about, and bonus I didn’t need to drag them out by their ears as I wished death by embarrassment was a real thing.
Buy it sisters! Enjoy your coffee and sermon in church while looking like a full fledged super star mana! Boom!
The format and content is so clear and concise! This is a perfect introduction to note taking. The file printed beautifully. Thank you!
We’ve found these notebooks to be a great tool for getting our older kids to actually listen to the sermon and for our younger kids to have a bit of fun. They love counting to see how many times certain words were said. And it helps all of them remember what the sermon was about so we can actually talk to them about it at home.
This definitely keeps our Middle School students focused. They use it and it gives us a great opportunity to discuss the sermons at a later time. We all get so much more out of it by using this tool. However, when they found out there were bound copies of the notebook, they wanted them right away. I bought the digital copy as a "tester" to see how we all like it. And like it we do! So we let them use copies for 2 months to make sure it wasn't just a honeymoon phase, but they have been faithful, so I'm buying the bound notebooks now. It was good motivation and they deserve it.
It’s not overwhelming trying to read a bunch of questions while listening to a sermon. It keeps the child focused on the message and while they think about certain words. Perfect!
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