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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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One Way Sunday School Teachers Can Encourage Active Participation in Class

May 25, 2015

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It is well known that kids learn best when they are actively participating in class. One way teachers can encourage active participation is by asking good questions. Good questions give kids the opportunity to think and respond and discuss. Teachers should respond to the answers students give in a way that will encourage active participation. […]

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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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Teaching Tip – Pray as you Prep!

October 1, 2014

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How much of your lesson prep is spent in prayer? Prayer should be a huge part of lesson prep.It is all to easy to get focused on the details of making sure you have all the materials needed and forget to pray that God would continue to transform you and the students in your class. […]

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