Tag Archives: Bible

Does Curriculum Lose its Value When It Becomes Dated?

May 27, 2015

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I have found a curriculum book among my resources from 1993. It has 52 lessons for kids ages 6-9 on the life of Jesus but it’s 22 years old! Finding this curriculum book got me thinking. Does curriculum lose its value when it becomes dated? As I previewed this particular curriculum I found a well-thought […]

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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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Teach Kids to be Bible Detectives!

January 9, 2015

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I think one of the greatest skills you can teach your class is to study the Bible themselves. One fun way to teach kids how to study their Bibles is to teach them how to be Bible detectives! Great detectives ask lots of questions and observe carefully. Great Bible detectives ask lots of questions and […]

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Books of the Bible Cards Expansion Pack – Testaments & Divisions

January 7, 2015

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Now that you are having fun with your books of the Bible cards, it’s time to add on with the first expansion pack! Testaments and Divisions are matching cards that contain Old Testament, New Testament, Law (or Pentateuch), History, Poetry, Major Prophets, Minor Prophets, Gospels & Acts, Paul’s Epistles, General Epistles, and Apocalyptic. Print these […]

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Teaching Bible Skills – The Old & New Testaments

January 6, 2015

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I believe that Bible skills are important. I believe that it is part of our job as children’s ministry volunteers and leaders, as Sunday School teachers to teach our kids Bible skills. There are 2 major goals when teaching Bible skills. #1 – That kids will become comfortable and familiar with their Bibles. #2 – […]

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