52 Bible Lessons: Bible Introduction for Children (Digital PDF-Download, Teacher & Student Workbook)
August 2017-July 2018, Digital PDF-Download, Teacher & Student Workbook
You will receive one digital PDF that will contain both Teacher and Student workbooks.
Page 1-267 is the Teacher section.
Page 268-327 is the Student section.
You may print this for your own use. See copyright for more information. Feel free to make copies for every teacher in your church or home that is using the curriculum. Please remember, it is not intended to be used as a download for an entire district of churches, but if you are within the same building you should be fine. Just write me or see the copyright if you have questions.
This digital curriculum is a time-stamped Bible curriculum to introduce children to the Bible.
The curriculum was created for children 6-12 years old. It may be used as a Sunday School curriculum, weekly church activity, or as a homeschool curriculum. It is designed for any Christian domination. It starts in Genesis and systematically touches all 66 books of the Bible, encompassing lessons for major Christian events. It incorporates the Christian calendar, school calendar, and major U.S. holidays because children's lives revolve around school and holidays. This curriculum has 52 Lessons to be used for one full year.
It is designed for non-clergy and non-teachers, realizing that most volunteers at church do not have a degree in Divinity and/or Education. Most lessons have a true 5-minute prep. Inexpensive craft items may be easily found at most larger discount stores. Most craft items can be found in a typical supply closet at a church.
This curriculum has an easy to follow format. Each lesson begins with a “Warm-up” designed to get children focused on the lesson, but allows late-comers a chance to catch up. Next is a “Lesson” that is planned for approximately 20 minutes. During this time children will look up verses in their Bible. Encouraging them to really dig into their Bible and learn how it is laid-out. The lesson is followed by a “Snack”. The snack is optional and can be as elaborate or simple as you choose. Ideas for snacks that relate to the lesson are provided each week; however, a standard simple snack is a great option. Each lesson is concluded with an “Activity”, game, or craft that relates to the lesson.
To receive a sample of the Teacher Workbook, Student Workbook, and 3 Free Bible Lessons; go here: http://bit.ly/3FreeBibleLessons_2017
By His Grace,
Lorraine Gilbert, Author