Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path. — Psalm 119:105
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After years of teaching children in Sunday School and Vacation Bible School, I have collected many fun ways for children to learn their memory verses. Here are just a few of my favorites.
More memory verse games for fun ways to help children memorize scriptures. Four all new games for home, church or ministry.
One of the greatest tasks of a childrenís Sunday School teacher is telling stories from the Bible. This is a task that the teacher will engage in every week. Though many of the stories are familiar to the teacher, some of the children are hearing them for the first time. The teacher must keep the childrenís attention and stay true to the original text of the Bible. I offer the following tips on story telling for Bible teachers.
Whether you are an old pro or a teacher just starting out, you can always use new resources and information about improving your classroom environment. NC Learn: The North Carolina Teacherís Network provides the Beginning Teacherís Handbook that every teacher will find useful.
You got your Sunday School teacherís guide from a great Christian publisher, right? Itís packed with more ideas than you could ever use, right? No? You say you could always use more resources and ideas to fill the time you teach your children in Sunday School. Well, have no fear! This month, I want to share with you some of my favorite online resources for Childrenís Sunday School teachers.
An object lesson to illustrate the power of God, as explained by Paul in Romans 1:16. All that is needed is a paper strip, balloon, marker and pin. This is great as an introduction to a lesson or a other activities.
The Christian Walk
Soldiers of the Cross
The Game of Life
Puppet and Drama Skits