Who was King David? Depending on a student's age and comprehension level, that question could have many different answers. Here's some key information about Israel's second king as well as some fun interactive activities to help kids understood who King David really was.
If you are looking for a free lesson plan about the story of Moses and the burning bush, we've got you covered. This lesson is designed for elementary students who read and write on their own.
Want some interactive ways to teach elementary students about the fruits of the Holy Spirit? Use these clever memory technique to help them learn more about this topic. Music video included.
How do you prepare Sunday school lessons for kids? This is a short and simple guide on how you can make your own lessons and tailor the lessons to the kids in your Sunday School class.
Need easy, inexpensive crafts for Sunday school, children's church, or homeschool? Try these simple activities and see how much fun kids have while they learn.
This lesson is age appropriate for preschoolers or elementary students and takes about 45 minutes to teach. It requires few supplies and can be used by teachers, parents, or home school educators to teach a Bible lesson about Zacchaeus and develop Christian character.
The missionary, Paul, had a friend named Luke. Because Luke believed in and loved the Lord Jesus Christ, God gave Luke a special job to do. Luke was a doctor. As a doctor, one of Luke’s jobs was to help sick people.
Children love puppet shows and teaching them a Biblical lesson thru puppets can be a lot of fun. Here is a puppet script that I wrote to teach kids that lying is wrong.
Try this fun, edible crafts to extend the lessons about the lost sheep and the Good shepherd. Create tangible learning links to help kids remember that Jesus is our shepherd and cares for us.
Kids love snacks, and snacks that they make themselves are always popular. Try these edible food crafts in your Sunday school or children's church, and see how eager the kids are to learn the story that goes with them.