Corona Virus, economic difficulties, future uncertainty, isolation, lack of toilet paper… There is a lot of temptation to worry right now, and our kids are not immune to the fear and worry surrounding them. But, God’s Word has the perfect antidote!
Spring is just around the corner, and these super cute Bible verse bookmarks are the perfect way to celebrate. These bookmarks feature a fun flap on one side and lines for a Bible verse on the other side. They can be used with any verse that your kids are memorizing.
It’s always nice to have extra activities on hand. These Children in the Bible Activity Pages will give you that last minute addition that you need to keep your kids occupied and help them learn more about the children in the Bible.
The Stinky Pigs classroom review game is one of my all-time favorite games to help students review a Sunday School lesson. It requires very little prep time from the teacher, and includes a variety of ways to play.
These stinky pigs are not only enormously cute. They are also tricky. They might help your students get more points, or they might take points away.
But, that’s not all. The stinky pigs can also be passed around to the opposing team or even the teacher, giving this game a strategic appeal that even older kids will enjoy. To make it even more fun, team “challenges” can be added!
When teaching Sunday School (or any class!), it’s easy to make the material more exciting and memorable by playing active review games. This Giant Dice is a great way to take a review game from “blah” to super-fun! It’s also easy to make and suprisingly durable.
Are you teaching your kids the Ten Commandments? This free printable Ten Commandments Craft allows kids to match the commandment number with the commandment. Each “door” includes the commandment number on the outside and the words of the commandment plus a picture representing the commandment on the inside.