Item description for Study Gods Plan Curriculum (Route 52) by Standard Publishing...
Overview "Study God's Plan will help kids learn how to use God's Word to discover God's plan of salvation through the whole Bible, trust God's promises, and seek God's will.
These lessons help kids learn how to use God's Word to discover God's plan of salvation through the whole Bible, trust God's promises, and seek God's will.
A 52-Week Bible Journey--Just for Kids Route 52(TM) is a Bible-based journey that will take kids through the Bible every year from age 3 to 12. Every lesson features: - Scripturally sound themes- Culturally relevant, hands-on activities- Age-appropriate Bible-learning challenges- Reproducible life-application activity pagesRoute 52(TM) Bible lessons will help kids learn the Bible and how to apply it to their lives at their own level of spiritual development. These reproducible Bible lessons are appropriate for Bible school, children's church, youth group, kids club, and midweek Bible study programs.
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Studio: Standard Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.92" Width: 8.3" Height: 0.69" Weight: 1.45 lbs.
Release Date Aug 2, 2004
Publisher Standard Publishing Company
Grade Level Middle School
Edition Perfect Bound
Series Route 52
ISBN 0784713294 ISBN13 9780784713297
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Good for large classes Sep 27, 2008
I've been using this book for several months now. Before I started using it, I was enthusiastic about it because of the fact that handouts are included. The book is perforated, which makes them easy to tear out. Also, students are encouraged to look at the Bible as a whole and not simply as a collection of random stories. However, using the book in the classroom was not as simple as I had expected it to be. This may have been because I only have 4 children in my class, and this book seems to have been designed for classes of 15 children or greater. Many of the activities require the children to get into groups of 5, which can be confusing if there are not many kids. The activities also often require a great deal of preparation. One such activity involved making trail mix, which was fun, but for which I ended up spending more than $15 on dried fruit. The kids, who have very short attention spans, had a lot of trouble staying focused during lessons. They were often asked to look up many verses and would become very bored with this. Thus, I'm not as satisfied with this book as I wanted to be, but I do think it might work better with a larger class.