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    Wow... that's totally not cool. I try to shield my kids from violence... I definitely don't tell my 3 and 4 year old that Jesus was murdered.

    I'd be talking to the teacher it's obviously upset her.

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    My dd was 4, going on 5 when she found out that Jesus died and she cried because I think actually that she had grown to love Him in some way. But it's all ok because she now understands that He didn't really 'die'. That He rose again after the third day and heaps of people saw Him after that.
    The school may have told the whole story but it's difficult to grasp all of it at age 3.


    There are some coloring books about the resurrection and books that you can buy at Christian bookstores and online. I hope that helps in some way.

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    OP - I agree with the others regarding asking the teacher what was said, however, another thing which may help your little one is to bring in the story about the resurrection - this is something which I know was taught in my children's kindy (christian college).
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    Hi all

    While there are a wide range of beliefs on the hub - please only post things that are relevant to the OP ...

    I"ll edit a few posts in this thread .. if you wish to discuss different belief systems then please post a thread in the religion area of the forum .. ta

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    I would definately speak to the teacher and make her aware. I have a kindie child at a catholic school and I know that they do not display Jesus on the cross in their classroom, nor do they attend the liturgy of the death of Jesus. She has obviously been exposed to either seeing him on the cross or hearing something and has upset her, I would say.


 

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