Finding Faith in Life (FFL)
Finding Faith in Life (FFL) is a biblical and scriptural based program that utilizes an engaging, active learning style in the classroom that invites children to move as they learn. The Catholic Children’s Bible is at the heart of your child’s faith formation and is the primary “book” used in the classroom. This Bible is designed to be easy for children to read with child-friendly fonts and a young reading level, while being visually rich to simulate interest. The FFL program encompasses three main learning points: Understand It (what is the message of the Bible story told in each lesson), Live It (how can children live that message), and Tell It (children solidify their understanding of the message by retelling it in their own words).
Children will meet in age-appropriate classrooms on a weekly basis (K/1st Year A, K/1st Year B, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th). Classes will not be held on school holidays and teacher workshop weekends. A detailed schedule will be handed out during the Parent Orientation meeting in August. Parents will attend four “Family Days” with their children during normal class times to complete community service projects. Registration fees include the Catholic Children’s Bible, grade-appropriate child folder with weekly activity sheets & Parent Pages, eLearning lessons for enhancement of weekly lessons or as make-up assignments, and a one-year subscription to the eBible version of the Catholic Children’s Bible.