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Stories of Grace: Behind the Scenes Characters—Teacher Edition

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    Stories of Grace, Volume 4: Behind the Scenes Characters
    Children's Sunday School Curriculum

    In Stories of Grace, Volume 4, children learn thirteen Bible stories about special behind the scenes helpers who were used of God to demonstrate His grace to others. From Aaron and Hur to Joshua and Caleb to Aquila and Priscilla—students will delight to see how God can use ordinary people to accomplish extraordinary work for Him! As each story emphasizes an applicable truth for children, teachers can lead their students to respond to the powerful grace of God in their own lives.

    Included Inside this Teacher’s Edition
        •    13 Bible Lessons
        •    Teaching Tips
        •    Memory Verses
        •    Craft Ideas
        •    Snack Ideas
        •    Review Game Instructions
        •    Review Questions
        •    Teacher’s Checklists
        •    Suggested Class Schedules
        •    Object Lessons

    Included in the Visual Aid Packet (Sold Separately)
        •    Flash Cards for Select Lessons
        •    Memory Verse Visuals for All Lessons

    Included in the Ministry Resource Download (Sold Separately)
    With this one download, an entire team of teachers is granted permission to produce unlimited quantities of the following resources:
        •    Student Take-Home Papers
        •    Coloring Pages
        •    Activity Pages
        •    Craft and Game Templates
        •    Memory Verse Templates
        •    PowerPoint Presentations

     

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    1. Colorful and easy to use lessons

      I love the ease of the teacher's handbook. I love the flashcards. It's nice to have Bible characters featured who are not as well known as others. on Oct 3, 2018

    2. Thorough

      I like the many illustrations/activites that are given with each lesson, and how it can be adapted to many age groups.
      To use on a continuing basis, it would be nice to have more than two yearly cirriculums, that seems like rotating through them every two would be difficult and students would remember much of what they learned.
      on Aug 25, 2017

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