Years ago my oldest learned the children’s catechism. If you’re not familiar with the children’s catechism, it’s a series of questions and answers about the truths of God. Kind of like theology for kids! Now, for those who did not grow up in a traditional church setting or who get a little freaked out by the word “catechism,” it really is just a simple way to learn about who God is, who Jesus is, who we are in relation to him, and the basics of the Christian faith. It’s not weird, I promise.
Now, just like we were on top of so many other things in raising our first-born, we’ve been sort of flying by the seat of our pants ever since, and as all experienced parents know, it all kind of goes downhill from there. I mean, you just don’t do things the same way with your younger children. You know what I mean.
I’ve realized for a few years that my middle child learned about half of the kiddy catechism and that my youngest has mastered only about three or four questions. Maybe.
So, this fall we’re dusting off our little question and answer booklets, we’re adding in the catechism to our handwriting assignments, and we’re singing it, as well.
I’ve been convinced for a long time that the more information you put to a tune the more you can remember. At least that’s how my brain work.
So when I found the Ask Me WhoOo series by Diana Beach Batarseh, I was thrilled! These are sweet, catchy tunes for each of the questions and answers in the children’s catechism…PLUS wonderful scripture verses to go along with each one. It’s all lovely–especially the sweet owl graphics to boot!
There’s a lot to like about her music, but besides the corresponding Bible verses after each set of question and answers, I also love to hear the children’s voices sing along with Diana as well as read the scripture. Super sweet.
So…What are you waiting for? Or rather, WhoOo are you waiting for? Check it out now!