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August 2nd, 2010, 06:52 AM
Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: The Lonestar State
I would suggest the library. At first, kids should be learning about the world around them. Start with the community (fire, police, local government, etc.). Branch out to learning cardinal directions, the names of the states, then continents & oceans, and then get children's books that talk about world cultures of other children. Kids like learning about other children their own age and how differently they live. You could even bring in a hands-on element to it by using a globe and eating foreign foods. From the Christian standpoint, you can talk about world religions and why you believe Christ is the correct religious figure to follow (or even begin the journey to prove he's real, etc.... although that one is usually for older kids.... books like "The Case for Christ" and such).
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