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Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 1999
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Teaching Children Bible Basics is a book of 34 Old and New Testament lessons that helps children ages 810 learn how to use the Bible. The lessons and activities are designed to teach children how the Bible came to be, how to use this important book, about the Torah, and about the important stories of the Hebrew and Christian Testaments.
Key Features: Features 16 Old Testament and 20 New Testament lessons; Provides 30- to 45-minute experiential lessons that teach children how to use the Bible; Each lesson accommodates the needs of various learning styles; Each lesson highlights a specific desired result (for example, students will discover and retell the creation story day by day); Each lesson includes a lesson focus, a Scripture text, a section listing materials needed, various learning activities, discussion questions related to the Bible topics being discovered, and a closing prayer.
Key Benefits: Teachers will be enabled to teach children aged 810 basic Bible skills through interactive Bible lessons that stimulate creativity and critical thinking; Teachers will find practical help and guidance in how children can gain a working knowledge of the structure of the Bible, the organization of the books of the Bible, and the significance of the Bible to Christians; Can be used with any Bible translation.
dottieDayton, OhioAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great teaching tool !April 2, 2017dottieDayton, OhioAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I have used this to teach my Sunday School class and it has helped in a lot of ways. I have used it along with other things to help the kids understand how to study and learn about the bible. Most of the kids in my tween/teen class do not even know how to use the bible at all. When I first started teaching them I would ask them to turn to Mark 2:12 of the bible and they would ask me what page is that on? So you can see I really had to teach them from the very beginning.