A Stepping-stone Year: A Program for Eight-to-ten Year Olds

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Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations, 1989 - Christian education of children - 176 pages
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Beginning Myths Session 1 Introduction to Beginning Myths
6
A Story from the Kalahari Bushmen
10
A Story from the Miwok Indians of California
13
A Story from the Early Greeks
17
Two Stories from the Hebrews
20
A Story from the Maya Indians of Yucatan
23
A Story from the Haida Indians of British Columbia
27
Lewis Latimer the Man Who Lit up Cities
86
Clara Barton the Shy Girl Who Learned to Be Brave
89
Bela Bartok the Boy Whose Friend Was Music
93
Josiah Wedgwood the Potter Who Loved Freedom
95
Fannie Farmer the Mother of Level Measurements
98
Angus MacLean the Man with a Method
101
Wonderings about Death
105
The MustardSeed Medicine
107

The Stories Scientists Tell
31
Stories in the Stars
33
Stories in a Drop of Water
37
Stories in Rocks and Bones
40
Stories in Animals
45
The Wonder of Birth
49
Unique and Wonderful
51
Jesus Birth Story and Yours
55
Buddhas Birth Story and Yours
61
The Adventures of Our People
65
Sophia Fahs the Story Collector
67
Beatrix Potter the Girl Who Used Her Imagination
72
Arthur Lismer the Boy with the Restless Pencil
75
Vilhjalmur Stefansson the Man Who Loved the Arctic
79
Emily Stowe Pioneer for Womens Rights
83
The Road to Olelpanti
111
The Tree with Forbidden Fruit
115
Making Decisions
119
Easy ChoicesHard Choices
121
The Very Short Rule
123
The Good Samaritan
125
Deciding and Acting
128
Deciding to Cooperate
131
Planning a Special Event
134
The Special Event
136
A SteppingStone Year Ceremony
137
Index to Handouts
141
Index to Letters Home
163
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