Each Bible story has a pattern for you to fold and cut as you tell the story. The figures you create are key parts of the story. Many patterns are photocopiable---to let you practice cutting and telling the story ahead of time---and patterns are easy to follow. The solid lines show you where to cut, while the dotted lines show you where to fold. And discussion questions about the story allow you to get the children involved by having younger children help tell the story if they know it, or having older children help cut and fold the patterns. Makes storytelling come alive.
Karyn Henley is an award-winning Christian writer, popular workshop leader, and storyteller. She has over 20 years of experience teaching and entertaining young children. Henley also writes and records children's songs for a variety of television specials.