Godly Play in Middle and Late Childhood by Cheryl V. Minor
Cheryl V. Minor is the Director of the Center for the Theology of Childhood, the academic/publishing arm of the Godly Play Foundation. For the past eighteen years she has served as co-rector at The Parish of All Saints' Church in Belmont, Massachusetts. With a degree in Music Education from Boston University, an M.Div. from Virginia Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. in Psychology from Northcentral University in Scottsdale, Arizona. Dr. Minor is also a Godly Play Trainer and has been deeply involved in designing the Godly Play Foundation's training models. She lives in Belmont, Massachusetts.
This latest addition to the Godly Play® series focuses on methods for mentors to use with school-aged children. There are multiple ways mentors can keep older children engaged, from changes to the environment, adding more stories, adding print material to the room, adding more sophisticated materials for free-art response to the stories, and more. There are compelling reasons for doing Godly Play with this age group and this book shows you how.
The Godly Play Foundation is so thrilled with this new publication we are offering a free guided book study beginning September 12th through October 3rd. You can sign up to receive weekly emails with a study guide, notes from the author, Cheryl Minor, and video discussion prompts. You may also choose to join or facilitate a study group!