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Living Inside Out brings interactive multimedia experiences to Sunday school through three fun VBS-style themes each quarter. With a 3-year scope & sequence combined with a unique large-group/small-group kid's church format, you’ll build excitement while equipping kids to view their daily lives from a perspective of faith.

Experiential learning for children includes interactive worship, memorable games, instant skits, innovative experiments and tactile teaching with 'gizmos' (objects) that connect to the lesson. The large group / small group format works for any size church, needing only a handful of volunteers and flexible for varying attendance levels.

Download Sample Pak

The Sampler Pak includes:

Program Overview
2015-2016 Scope & Sequence
Sample Lesson: Large Group Leader plus each Small Group Leader for Preschool, Lower Elementary, and Upper Elementary

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Distinctives

Bible Translation: NLT
Time frame: 45-90 Minutes
Format: Children's Church Large Group / Small Group
Grades: Preschool through Grade 6 (3 age-groups: Preschool, Lower Elementary, Upper Elementary)
3 Year Scope and Sequence (A new VBS-like theme every month)
Each Quarterly Box includes:
- Leader's Guide
- Multisensory Teaching Tools 'gizmos'
- Multi-media DVD/CD
- 3 Modular Posters.
Multi-Media: Countdowns, Music videos with on-screen lyrics, Teaching videos (skits)

How It Works

How Living Inside Out Works in the Classroom

  1. Large Group: Kids from Preschool through Grade 6 gather together for praise & worship, DVD drama, games & activities, object lessons, and prayer (25-55 Minutes).
  2. Small Groups: Children separate into Preschool, Lower Elementary, and Upper Elementary age groups to dig deeper into the lesson with life-application activities. (20 - 30 Minutes).
  3. Living It Out: Children choose one of three challenges to do during the week to live out what they've learned. Parents get involved with Living Inside Out at Home, picking one of two challenges to interact with their children.
  1. Sunday School Curriculum