Raising kids to completely understand the Catholic faith without question is impossible. No matter how much you prepare them for the world and it’s non-Christian views, they will always come back home with a question about something that pertains to the faith. In my experience, I have always been able to ask a priest or visit Catholic Answers to help me find the truth to those tough questions which I’m not able to explain.
Being a mom of 9 inquisitive children, who are either adults or growing into adults, has taught me a lot about the Catholic faith. One thing I have learned is that it’s never too early to start preparing children for the tough questions (age appropriate questions – that is). And one of the toughest questions in our society today is, “Is abortion okay?”
So today I want to tell you about a book which is a new addition to our home library. It’s a homeschool (or school) book that is meant to teach children (K-2 grades) about the importance of life, even unborn life.
This topic can be a bit touchy and hard to teach to young children, but I feel this program does a good job of hitting the preciousness of new life without diving into topics which are too adult for them.
Life is Precious is a program created by ALL (American Life League) which uses children’s books as a launching pad to explain the preciousness of human life in all stages. It uses books like:
  • Angel in the Waters — By Regina Doman
  • On the Night You Were Born — By Nancy Tillman
  • Horton Hears a Who — By Dr. Seuss
Topics include:
  • A child’s uniqueness
  • Guardian angels
  • Protecting life
  • Standing up for what you believe
  • Forgiveness
  • and much more…
It’s loaded with coloring pages and art projects! And you know these are some of my favorite things!
Here are images of the Baby’s Development Board which my children and I made:
The Life is Precious program is also loaded with many other fun hands-on projects which are centered around these adorable children’s books!
I found the program very adaptable for the various children levels in our home. I used it with all my kids from K to 5th grade. If you are looking for a helpful way to introduce the topic of unborn life, I recommend this program.

*Learn more about this program on Culture of Life Studies Program site: HERE

You might also like: Pro-Life Prints
Looking for more hands-on activities for children ages 3 to 7? Culture for Life also has this as a Digital Download called Pro-Life Prints. This activity program is intended to be a stand-alone activity. It’s a fun and engaging way to begin a conversation about the beauty of God’s creation of the human person through art and play! Click here to learn more about it!

Enter Our Giveaway:

A copy of this book was given to me in return for an honest review. I was also given an extra copy to give away in this giveaway! The program (Book, CD, DVD, and little baby model) will be sent to the winners home address. The winner will be contacted by email and will need to supply me with their address so I can ship this program to them. The winner will need to respond to my email within 3 days or a new winner will be chosen. Learn more about this program on Culture of Life Studies Program site: HERE


  1. Would love to use to teach my homeschool children 6 and 4! It's never to early to teach about pro- life!!!! God Bless

  2. I have been looking for something forbmy 9, 5, 1 year old. This looks great

  3. I am so happy to know about this pro-life resource! I remember going to the museum in Chicago 40 years ago and seeing models of developing babies–it was so fascinating then and even now when I think of it! What a wonderful way to bring the \”mystery\” of the growth and development of a human being to light!

  4. What an awesome program. I would teach my own children and suggest that the program be used at co-op or the parish.

  5. I would love to use this for our homeschool (9, 7, 5, 3, and Itty bitty). It looks like such a beautiful resource!

  6. I would love to use this program with my 2daughters, thank you for the opportunity.

  7. I would love this for my 3 homeschooling children. I am pregnant with our fourth and I think it would wonderful to present this while being pregnant. I just love this!Erin K.

  8. I have been very interested in this program. I would love to win it to use with my children!

  9. I would love to have this program as part of my homeschool collection for my children down the road! My husband and I are expecting our first child in April!

  10. I would use this in our home school.

  11. I would use this in our homeschool, also co op, and possibly at our CCD class

  12. Glad to see a program like this for a younger age. I am excited to explore it more and would like to use this in our homeschool.

  13. I would use this in my homeschool for my 2, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11 yr olds. I would probably even have the high schoolers sit in. Looks like a beautiful program.

  14. Thank you for the beautiful giveaway! God bless you.

  15. What a beautiful resource! I would love to use this with my kiddos in our homeschool!

  16. I would use it to teach my son. I would then show the book and give a report to the pro-life group at church!Jessica E.

  17. I would use this to teach my students in grades 4 through 8— I have about 130!

  18. Thank you for introducing this to us!

  19. I would use the book to teach 4 of my children ages 3-12.

  20. I would use this program to teach my daughters, (8 and 11).Melissa M.

  21. I would use it with my kiddos… Oldest is 7. Thanks!

  22. I would use this to teach my four children! Then I wou share it with friends!

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