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[Room Decoration Contest] And the WINNER is…

March 2, 2015

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Children’s Ministry leaders are forced to work within a budget, so they need to get creative to come up with an engaging space for the children to learn. Last week I posted a contest because I wanted to see you decorate your classroom on a budget. I’m excited to announce the winner is Joan Eppehimer […]

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5 Tips for Decorating Your Classroom on a Budget

February 24, 2015

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1. Set Up a Resource Room If your church doesn’t have a resource room, set one up! Even if it is just a closet, a resource room is a place to keep material that you know you will re-use. Let the other teachers know about the resource room and encourage them to store bulletin board […]

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CONTEST: Decorating Your Classroom on a Budget

February 23, 2015

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Last year I needed to design a special bulletin board that focused on the Bible. We were encouraging our kids to get in the habit of bringing their Bibles to Sunday School. I wanted a fun, colorful bulletin board that highlighted the Bible and the facts about the Bible that we would be teaching the […]

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Recommended Resource – Basic Bible Skills by Susan L. Lingo

January 13, 2015

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Looking for game and activity ideas for teaching Bible skills? Check out Susan L. Lingo’s “Basic Bible Skills.” This book has game and activity ideas for children ages 6-12. I love the set up of this book. First, it contains books of the Bible cards that you can photocopy onto cardstock. These cards are unique […]

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Is Sunday School Prep Really That Important?

December 22, 2014

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This past Sunday was the last Sunday School before Christmas and the week preceding it was busy! You know how it is – shopping, baking, Christmas concerts, finishing up work before the holidays, and to add another layer of awesomeness, I was sick! I had caught a nasty cold and spent a few days early […]

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