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Tips & Tricks

Pretend Charaters Can Reinforce a Truth

Pretend Charaters Can Reinforce a Truth Tips and Tricks Pretend Characters Can Reinforce a Truth -Tim and Lisa Deam “Is Blueford coming today?” a second grader asked Tim during VBS. Dressed in a blue wig and mis­matched clothing, Tim portrayed a bumbling camp handy-man. Blu­eford and Lisa reviewed the Bible... Read More

Puppets Are a Tool

Puppets Are a Tool Tips and Tricks Put Puppets in Your Teaching Toolbox -Brianna Clark The children around Mary intently watched and listened as she taught about Noah and the flood. They didn’t want to miss a single word. Why? Mary was using puppets.  The children were completely... Read More

Simple Skits, Sketches and Scripture Shows

Simple Skits, Sketches and Scripture Shows Tips and Tricks Simple Skits, Sketches, and Scripture Shows -Gordon and Beki West The church was once the center of creative storytelling, including dramas designed to teach the masses about God and His Word. Even in this age of technology and major motion pictures,... Read More

Dating Defined

Dating Defined Stories from CEF Dating Defined -Carol Nolen If you teach preteens, you’ve heard giggling, flirting, and talk of who likes who. Behind all this talk are assumptions and beliefs about dating that need to be replaced. I remember a group of fourth and fifth graders where... Read More

Project for an Angry Child

Project for an Angry Child Tips and Tricks Project for the Angry Child Give personal attention to the child in your class who is battling anger. Together make a symbolic trash can from a small can or plastic container. Dub it “The Anger Can.” Glue the following list on it and talk through the... Read More

Love With Jesus’ Love

Love With Jesus’ Love Tips and Tricks Love With Jesus’ Love -Susan Lingo Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to help kids realize that love can only begin when we invite Jesus into our hearts. Then we can share His special love with others. Spread a sheet or towel on the floor. Hold... Read More