Child Sensitive Teaching: Helping Children Grow a Living Faith in a Loving God

Karyn Henley (Author) Joe Stites (Illustrator)


Child Sensitive Teaching focuses on the child's-eye view of the world, equipping Christian parents and educators to teach children with compassion and creativity. Anyone who works with children of any age will benefit from Karyn Henley's insights, developed during her 30-plus years of experience in communicating with children in the classroom and at home. Topics include . . .- What it's like to be a child - The needs of children at different ages - Faith development - Individual learning differences - Communication with children - Creative Storytelling: The Five-Day Sandwich - Behavior Management - The needs of the teacher, and NEW in this edition - a chapter on Tweens

Product Details

$12.99  $11.95
Child Sensitive Communication, LLC
Publish Date
January 01, 2009
5.25 X 0.39 X 8.0 inches | 0.43 pounds

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About the Author

Karyn Henley is an award-winning author and educator and a popular speaker around the U.S. and internationally. With an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults, she has over 100 published titles, from picture books and preschool musicals to novels for young adults, parent-teacher guides, and curricula for preschool and elementary children. She has also written, recorded, and performed songs for children worldwide. She is best known for writing the original The Beginner's Bible, which sold over five million copies and was translated into 17 languages. Awards include the Excellence in Children's Ministry Award, the Silver Medallion Award, the Gold Book Award, a Silver Angel Award, and the Excellence in Mass Media Ministry Award from Abilene Christian University, her undergrad alma mater. Karyn has two grown sons, four grandsons, one granddaughter and lives in Nashville, Tennessee.