Featured Bible Learning Folder: “I Help”

Young children want to try doing grown-up things. They are eager to help. It makes them feel significant and useful. It helps them feel like an important part of the family or class. Teach young children that they can help do many things, and God is happy when we help each other. Theme Scripture: “Help […]

“The Hot, Hot Furnace” Re-packaged!

We are pleased to announce that our preschool musical, The Hot, Hot Furnace, has received a new cover design and is now available for purchase. This title was the first preschool musical we published in 2000, followed in subsequent years by 9 more titles, to comprise our PLAYSONGS Musicals for Preschoolers Series. We admit that […]

Tips for Teaching Toddlers and Twos

At the beginning of the toddler-two stage, children are still very self-focused. They are becoming aware that they are individuals in their own right, separate and apart from parents and caregivers. So they assert their independence.

Featured Folder: “God Made Land, Sea and Sky”

A young child’s interests center around things that are familiar to him. Exploring God’s creation uses the child’s natural curiosity about his world to help him learn more about God. Teach the children that God made the land, sea, and sky. Theme Scripture: “in the begining, God made the sky and the earth.” Genesis 1:1 […]

Featured Folder: “Jesus is God’s Son”

One of the most familiar and popular Bible stories for most young children is the story of baby Jesus. There are stars and angels, shepherds and animals. There are wise men and gifts. There’s a husband and wife. and most important of all, there’s a very special baby. Teach young children that baby Jesus is […]

Featured Folder: “I Say Thank-You”

Saying thank you is one of the first manners a young child is taught. A young child is very dependent, so people constantly do things for him and give things to him. And they try to train him to appreciate their efforts by having him say thank you. Teach young children that God wants us […]

Ten Tips for Teaching Ages 8 – 11

Here are 10 things to keep in mind when teaching ages eight through eleven: 1. They want to be busy doing productive things. They enjoy projects. They learn best by touching and doing and seeing visual aids. Plan your lessons to include lots of activities. 2. They like to show their skills and abilities and […]

The 3 Values Behind My Curricula

I began teaching Sunday school when I was fourteen, so I’ve spent a lot of time in the classroom.  I was raised studying the Bible and continue to read it and ponder God’s teachings, and because of my classroom experience, I’ve always tried to think of how to explain it’s teachings to different age levels.  […]

Planning Your Route

What is curriculum? It’s a map. It tells you how to get where you want to go. It will have overall goals for your age group. Through the year, the lessons will take you toward that goal. Lessons are the points of interest you pass as you travel the route on the “map.”  Each lesson […]