Looking for some advise from more seasoned catechizers Currently, I have a 5yr. old who knows the first 70 kids catechism questions published by GCP. I also have a 2yr. old who knows the first 4. I also have another child on the way. I have always been a "think ahead" kind of guy. We basically review the newest learned questions every week day; no more than 10-12 per day and try to learn new ones if they are ready. We just keep the child's own pace. On the Lord's Day (weekly) we ask and review through all the currently known questions. Saturdays, that get a catechism break. This has worked great so far. However, in thinking of 3 children learning over 100 questions and trying to keep up with review, I am looking for practical advise on how others have handled catechizing multiple kids who know 50+ questions. Does it get easier to manage once they learn to read? I am not saying it has been hard. Actually it has been easy and such a blessing. However, I am looking for any modification tips for handling multiple kids that get 50+ under their belt. Hope that makes since.