I am using the best children's Bible's available (and we probably own seven children's Bibles!) and I cross-reference them and chose the one that explains the story in the most appropriate manner for her age: BTW ~ she is three and a half. I also love printable mini-books from Christian Preschool Printables.
Ironically, at this point in this blog entry, I went to put our daughter to bed. My husband and I read with her and then I reread the Bible story of Abraham with her. She remembered Abraham and Sarah's son's name! I guess she is listening! :)
Today, we talked about the Tower of Babel. This is a hard concept to grasp for a preschooler. While they can understand "a tall building" it is much harder to explain people feeling proud of themselves. Language is also a hard concept if they only know English. I printed the minibook from Christian Preschool Printables and after we read the story in her Bible we read the minibook. Then we baked some brownies! I told her that the brownies were like the bricks that the people made. Once the brownies were cooked I cut them into "bricks" and we built a brownie tower. Then we had fun knocking it down and eating them!
I would love to hear about any Christian resources for Preschoolers that you have found to be of value!