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What to look for in a Sunday school curriculum?

Denomination – Is the curriculum consistent with your church’s denomination?

  • Bible Translation – Is the curriculum compatible with the Bible translation used by your church?
  • Age Appropriate – Can the same subject matter be taught to children of different ages in ways appropriate to their respective levels of development?
  • How to teach a Sunday school?

    How To Teach Multi-Age Sunday School Pair one older child with one younger child as a “big buddy” and “little buddy.” The buddies can work together in a variety of ways in the classroom. Children sustain more attentiveness when they are not hearing the same voice for the duration of the Sunday School lesson. Create certain privileges which can only be done by the older children.

    How do you teach Sunday school?

    Pray before the class and in the classroom. Incorporate an opening prayer and closing prayer into the lesson. Sunday School is a wonderful way to educate children about God and His Word. Take some time to get to know the children and build relationships with each one.

    What does Bible tell about Sunday school?

    2 Timothy 3:16-17 16 All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, 17 so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.

    What are some Christmas ideas for kids?

    When it comes to holiday decorating, kids often have a different sensibility than parents. Their Christmas decorating ideas may include giant snowmen and blinking lights, while parents may prefer holly and silver beads. Plus the oversight that kids may need for safety reasons can squelch their creativity.

    What are some Bible lessons for children?

    Bible Lessons for Children is a chronological bible study. The goal is to help children to learn to know the triune God (the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) and through the knowledge of God to become aware of their own lost condition and need for salvation and sanctification.