God is good! Here’s a small one-hour session that will help children learn that God is Good. Happy teaching!
Tag: Sunday School
Visual aids are tools that help taking the message effectively to the heart of the kids. One such attractive tool, puppets, come in handy when you have a bunch of volunteers to assist. But say it is only you who will have to stage the show and you have very few materials [like paper, colors…], will you still be able to use puppets? Here’s an easy DIY tip! Read along…
Know the truth and the truth shall set you free [John 8:32]… (And here’s a funny continuation someone added to it – but is quite grating at first 😉 ) Blaise Pascal said, “Truth is so obscure nowadays and lies well established that unless we love the truth we shall never recognize it”.
Here’s a play-way method to help kids memorize the fruit of the Spirit. You can check out the story for this session here. Objective: To make the kids memorize the fruit of the spirit. Target Audience: All age groups Things required: Chart sheet Colors Scissor A piece of cloth/ cardboard/ thermocol sheet Bell pins/ glue Preparation: Draw a large fruit on the chart. Divide … Read More Tip to make kids learn the Fruit of the Spirit
One hardly needs to describe the magnitude of our major childhood attractions – one of them being puppets: puppets of varying size and type. Here’s one easy and inexpensive way of doing it for your kids. Hope you like it! These stick puppets will look much better when used with a background. Click here to learn to make a simple portable puppet stand.
Puppets are very effective tools when it comes to reaching kids. However they require a lot of effort in preparing a team and most importantly a stage. But what if there isn’t any team available? Can you still use this method of teaching? How nice would it be if you could set up the stage and present the story yourselves without much strain yet equally effective as the conventional … Read More Portable Stick Puppet Stage
In my previous posts I had shared various ways of teaching a story through crafts. You can check them out here, here and a lot more here. Today, I want to show you the path to preparing a lesson on your own, simply because you know your kids better. I could find no better place to start than the ‘Preparation’ itself. Thanks for reading 🙂 and don’t forget to share your … Read More Are you prepared?