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Are You Looking for Unitarian Universalist
Stories and/or Curriculum?

Because You Want to Use It:
(1) In Your Religious Education Department, or
(2) At Home With Your Children.

From: Connie Dunn
Date: Thursday 8:30 am

Why is it important? If you are a Religious Educator, you probably already know that finding material that supports UU Values, Principles, and Social Justice is a necessary part of your job. While there may be an array of material available, somehow you are always looking for another “something or the other” to fill in, add to, create anew…and, well, you get the problem! Go to PRODUCTS to choose a solution that fits what you’re looking for.

About the Curriculum:

Why is it important to UU Families? As a UU Family, you want to reinforce the values of being a UU. It is probably one of the reasons that you joined a UU church.  The storybooks are perfect for home! They will help both you and your child(ren) learn about Unitarian Universalism and our UU Principles. While there are lots of wonderful books for you to read and share with your child, there are few that actually speak to our values using the language (or wording) that is so common within our churches and fellowships. Even fewer stories can be found that are set within our church and use Unitarian Universalist within the text.

About the Stories:

I have been intentional in using Unitarian Universalist within my stories, as well as setting the story within a church or a UU home. Many of the stories were written when I was a DRE (Director of Religious Education) for about 25 years. Much of that time, I wrote unique stories that complemented the minister’s sermon. These stories can be found in the collection of stories or individual storybooks.

While these stories are not written as Spirit Play Stories, they can easily be converted by adding the notations and manipulatives needed to make these stories interactive.

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4 thoughts on “Home

  1. Donna Shecrallah

    Hi – I am the DRE at FPUU in Scituate MA and am looking for curriculum, stories, and activities on World Religions for grades 4-6
    Thank you, Donna

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    1. cdunn Post author

      Hi Donna…
      I am in the process of upgrading my listings for books to show you what stories and their theme are in each book, so you can better choose the stories that you’d like to use

      Reply
  2. Monica Garrison

    Hi I am working on putting together lessons for K-3rd graders for this year. I am looking for a story to use for this age range that matches the theme “you are UU kids” any material story ideas would be helpful. I have some resources .

    Reply
    1. cdunn Post author

      I am in the process of upgrading my listings for books to show you what stories and their theme are in each book, so you can better choose the stories that you’d like to use.

      Reply

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