Okay, so he’s not really reviewing the Hebrew language, but he is learning it. Wanting to spend more time with my kids this summer, and seeing a voracious appetite for learning in my five-year-old son, I offered to help him learn a language. I told him I could offer Hebrew (of the biblical variety), Greek (koine/New Testament), and … Continue reading My five-year-old son reviews: The Hebrew Language
“Can you count to a googol?” “I can’t. I think it might take a hundred days to count to a googol. You think so, daddy?” Thus inquired my 5-year-old son as we sat down to read Can You Count to a Googol? by Robert E. Wells. As the book worked its way through various numbers leading … Continue reading My five-year-old son reviews: Can You Count to a Googol?
It went like this: Me: These Duplos have eyes all over them. It’s like a creature from Revelation. He: What’s Revelation? Me: It’s a book in the Bible. There are all sorts of creatures in it. Dragons, too. It will be a great book for you to read sometime, maybe when you are older. He: … Continue reading Apocalyptic Dialogue with my 5-Year-Old Son
This book tells the story of the friendly beasts. The friendly beasts are a cow, donkey, dove, and lamb. I don’t see another animal. But there’s baby Jesus! And there’s a camel in there. The camel brought him a gift. The donkey carried Jesus’ mama. Jesus was a baby. (I knew that before I even … Continue reading My 5-year-old son reviews The Friendly Beasts
My 4-year-old son is now my 5-year-old son. We thought it would be a good idea for him to review his new favorite show, Wild Kratts. Here he is: I watched it on TV and then I noticed it on there, and it became my favorite movie to watch. It’s about Martin and Chris, and … Continue reading My 5-year-old son reviews Wild Kratts
Family Friday this week at Words on the Word comes on Saturday. Here my 4-year-old son reviews another Berenstain Bears book. See him review the first one here. For this review, my 4-year-old son’s 2-year-old brother joined us. The 2-year-old’s comments are in parentheses below, usually also in all caps, because that’s how he speaks. … Continue reading Another 4-year-old son review of The Berenstain Bears… this time: God Bless the Animals
There’s three little cubs and Sister Bear says, “I’m scared.” And Brother says, “I’m scared.” And Fred says, “The Lord is my salvation.” There’s lots of rocks. I’ll count them: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, on … Continue reading My 4-year-old son reviews The Berenstain Bears: Faith Gets Us Through
The first story is about Adam and Eve in the Garden. A sneaky snake came, and God said, “Don’t eat fruit from this tree!” Then a big lie comes into the world. Then they have to leave. And then Jesus will always come to save people from their sins. The next story is about baby … Continue reading My 4-year-old son reviews The Beginner’s Bible: Bible Story Favorites
My 4-year-old son reviewed a Duncan Butterfly yo-yo here. The above original artwork expresses his fascination with this newfound toy.
This book is about baseball. Buh-buh-buh-buh baseball! Some of the characters’ names are Boyd, Arnold, Coach Pouch. Boyd is trying to win the baseball game. Arnold the Armadillo turns into a big ball, because he’s hiding. That means he’s scared. He curls up. The team stops and loses, but the giraffe tries to win. When … Continue reading My 4-year-old son reviews Field of Peace by Joyce Meyer