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How to Put Together Ready-to-go Emergency Lessons

September 21, 2015

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An emergency lesson is one that prepped and ready to go for situations where a substitute is required and has no time to prepare a lesson. The sub should be able to open the envelope or small container and easily follow the lesson inside. So, emergency lesson kits should be simple, require no preparation, include […]

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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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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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Curriculum Review – What’s in the Bible? Church Edition

September 27, 2014

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What’s a testament? Why are there so many different books in the Bible? Who wrote the books in the Bible? Is the Bible a book of stories or a book of one big story? What’s in the Bible? Church edition is a brand new curriculum for elementary age children created with the purpose of helping […]

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Is it okay to change Sunday School lessons?

January 16, 2014

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Have you ever wondered if it’s okay to make changes to the Sunday School lessons you are teaching? Let me tell you a story… I am a Sunday School teacher in a 4&5 year old class. I love it! I teach from the curriculum given to me by the ministry leaders. A little while ago […]

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