Our diocese has a list like that for appropriate/suggested things to learn at each age/stage...I bet yours does too. Also EWTN
God bless you, for the work you have done, and continue to promote!
I was raised with CCD, and found that when life took me away from my faith I came back into Christ, due to my religious education combined with my family's faith.
Over the years I've noticed many young adults, even into there 30's and 40's have a certain rebellious attitude towards what the Church teaches; even to the extent of rude, and disrespectful behavior in Catholic forums. What has gone on with our Catholic schools and CCD programs over the years?
Perhaps this has resulted from the decline in the number of nuns doing the religious ed teaching. They were professional teachers to begin with. Now, we don't have that luxury and have to rely upon dedicated lay people to lead the way. The lay instructors face the problem of lax parents who seem to place religious ed on the back burner. After all, there are the soccer games, dance recitals, basketball, etc. that must be attended. Religion is taking a back seat. This includes attending Mass.
Sports rule? Sad......