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Benefits of On the Way: Undated material, Encourages leaders to study the Bible for themselves, 3 age related activities, Chronological approach to teaching the Bible, Suitable for use in Sunday Schools, Homeschooling or as part of your Christian syllabus.
96 pages, filled with puzzles, activities, patterns, detailed materials lists. Reproducible, trustworthy, and teacher friendly.
Number of Pages: 96
Vendor: Christian Focus
Publication Date: 1997
|Dimensions: 113/4 X 8 1/4 (inches)|
Series: On The Way
Do you want to encourage children to read the Bible? Do you want children to realise that the Bible is God's relevant and exciting guide for them! This dynamic curriculum takes students through the Bible with a year-long workbook that meets the birth of Jesus at Christmas and the death of Christ at Easter. TnT Ministries have developed 'On The Way' especially to meet your needs, the needs of your church and most importantly the needs of the children you teach.
Biblical ignorance is a plague not only in the land but in the churches. This material will cure the problem by giving children firm foundations in scriptural knowledge from their earliest years.
... a comprehensive scheme for children to be introduced to Bible stories and provides scope for those children who need to extend their knowledge.
ElizabethSeoulAge: 25-34Gender: female2 Stars Out Of 5Bare Bones CurriculumAugust 11, 2014ElizabethSeoulAge: 25-34Gender: femaleI used this series to teach Sunday school for ages 4-11 over the course of a year and a half. I found the series to be very comprehensive in terms of Bible content covered. The teacher's reflection/background pages were always insightful and Biblically sound. The reason that we are no longer using this series is that we found ourselves scouring the web each week to find an actual story for the kids, as well as crafts and games. The activities that were provided were very rarely used due to unattractive graphics, or a constant reliance on coloring or pen and paper activities, which bore the kids very quickly. There are lots of other programs out there that are much more comprehensive and require much less planning than we found we needed to make these books into an effective Sunday school.
Robin Blackwell4 Stars Out Of 5December 4, 2009Robin BlackwellYou can't go wrong using any of the books in this series. It provides teacher aids, craft, group/individual activities to enhance the lesson.
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Q: Are the verses used from the King James Bible?
No, this book does not use verses from the King James Bible.