devotions for early readers review giveaway

Do you have a new reader in your house? It can be hard to find books to read that are easy but not boring. Thomas Nelson has written a daily devotional for children ages 4-8 (PreK-Second Grade), Devotions for Beginning Readers. Aimed at beginning readers, the words are particularly chosen for this age group both for reading ability and understanding.

My particular second grader was at this stage about 6-9 months ago and then blew right past it, reading a chapter book a day or more. What it is awesome for is to have her be the leader of the morning prayer & devotion. The words are easy enough that she has confidence in reading it aloud for the first time and that her 4 year old sister. That is priceless! She doesn’t always choose to lead and I don’t force it, but when she does its a beautiful thing :).

devotions for beginning readers review inside

Each daily devotion is contained on a single page. There is a bible verse at the top and a word of the day. Then there is a short reading. Designed for beginning readers, it has short lines & larger than normal print. The vocabulary is also fairly simple.

If you are interested in winning a copy of the beautiful hardcover devotional Devotions for Beginning Readers for the child in your life, please use the widget below. Please note that a comment answering the question is mandatory!

 

Good luck!!

Jen S.

9 Comments on {CLOSED} Devotions for Beginning Readers {Tommy Mommy Review & Giveaway!}

  1. Jenny
    6 December 2014 at 8:10 PM (2 years ago)

    We do prayers each morning before we start school. My 5 year taught himself to read. I think he is trying to catch up to his older brothers. He would love to have something he could read to contribute to our morning prayers.

    P.S. I found you via our Saint Mail subscription.

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    jen Reply:

    Thanks for letting me know! Saint Mail is awesome, isn’t it? We LOVE ours!

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  2. Jeniffer D
    4 December 2014 at 12:20 PM (2 years ago)

    We do our devotions in the morning.

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  3. alaine
    3 December 2014 at 11:49 PM (2 years ago)

    We like to do it in the evenings.

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  4. Jessica
    29 November 2014 at 10:38 PM (2 years ago)

    I prefer doing them in the evenings.

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  5. Maria
    28 November 2014 at 9:01 PM (2 years ago)

    We try to do our devotions in the evenings right before bed.

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