Tag Archives: communication

Good, Bad and Ugly of Object Lessons

March 3, 2014

0 Comments

Last summer I spoke at a Bible camp. I wanted chapel times to be Biblical, interesting, and interactive. So as I was preparing my talks I started looking for ideas to use as object lessons. Object lessons can be interesting and interactive and I wanted to find ones that fit the theme and helped to […]

Continue reading...

Add Excitement to Your Stories with a Bible Box!

June 26, 2013

2 Comments

I’m always on the lookout for simple, inexpensive ideas that will enhance the learner’s experience and enrich the teachers’ abilities. That’s why I as pretty excited when I came across this idea. It’s a resource for preschool teachers called “The Bible Box.” Teachers of toddlers, preschoolers, pre-k, and kindergarten will love this easy teaching tool. […]

Continue reading...

Classroom Management – Expectations

November 14, 2012

0 Comments

Let kids know what your expectations are. Teachers should never assume that children understand what is expected of them in classroom situations. Let’s talk about reasonable expectations and how to let kids know what is expected of them. It’s important for teachers to remember that children need to be taught how to behave in the […]

Continue reading...

Book Review – Everyday Talk by John A. Younts

March 29, 2012

0 Comments

Words matter. The things we say in unguarded moments, the words we say in love, in frustration, at the breakfast table, and before bed reveal our attitudes, our worldview, our theology, our beliefs. This is everyday talk. Everyday Talk is a parenting book about talking freely and naturally about God with your children. It was […]

Continue reading...

4 Simple Tips to Prepare for the Unexpected

March 15, 2012

0 Comments

A few weeks ago I woke up on Sunday morning and I was sick! Even though I was leading Large Group Time and teaching the preschool class, I knew I couldn’t go. People get sick; emergencies happen. It is important to have a plan for dealing with those unexpected things. 1. Recruit a go-to person […]

Continue reading...