Item description for On the Way 3-9's - Book 2 (On The Way #2) by Tnt...
Overview Whether you're a Sunday school teacher or a homeschooling parent, you'll appreciate these easy-to-prepare lesson plans that help children gain insight into God's Word. Each lesson combines Bible study notes (for the teacher), visual aids, and craft activities for ages 3 to 9. A suggested syllabus is included, but the books can be used in any order. This volume includes The Christmas Story and The Miracles of Jesus. Reproducible sheets.
Publishers Description Do you want to encourage children to read the Bible? Do you want children to realise that the Bible is God's guide for them, relevant, exciting, dynamic TnT Ministries have developed 'On The Way' to meet your needs, the needs of your church and most importantly the needs of the children you teach. You will be 'On the Way' with these seven steps to success.1. REPRODUCIBLE: The activities are photocopiable so one book is all you need per teacher. 2. MULTI-AGE: Each lesson has activities specially designed for three to five year olds, five to seven year olds and seven to nine year olds so they can learn and thrive together. 3. COMPREHENSIVE: A three year syllabus covers all the major doctrines of the Christian faith in 14 books. 4. ENJOYABLE: Children love it and learn from it - so you will love teaching it too.5. BIBLICAL: The children and the teachers learn together as everyone gets into the Bible. 6. TEACHER FRIENDLY: Lesson plans and preparation tips to make this series one you will recommend to others. It is designed by teachers who teach teachers. 7. TRUSTWORTHY: Edited by David Jackman of the Proclamation Trust this material has been tested in a variety of different denominational settings. It's worthwhile and it works. It doesn't matter if you are in a church, community hall or sports complex, 'On The Way' is flexible enough to suit a wide variety of situations. It doesn't matter how many children you have. You can have six or twenty six. You just photocopy the activity pages - there are no extra magazines to buy. It doesn't matter if your children come from a churched or un-churched background. The 'On The Way' series teaches God's word simply and effectively. Churches around the world from America to France, Spain to Korea, Hong Kong to Australia have discovered the strength of this Sunday School syllabus. It is biblical, undated, multi-age, chronological and informative. Leaders and students are learning together the world over with the 'On The Way' series - a unique and excellent curriculum. Book 2 for 3-9s lessons include Prayer, the Christmas Story and Miracles of Jesus Sample: Sample a Lesson from this age range - see our associated downloads below.
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Studio: Christian Focus
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.73" Width: 8.28" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Jan 20, 2007
Publisher Christian Focus Publications
Grade Level Multiple Grades
Series On The Way
Series Number 2
ISBN 1857923197 ISBN13 9781857923193
Availability 0 units.
More About Tnt
Author of Alternative Sunday School Material 'On the Way' and the Youth Bible Studies Junction. TnT Minstries is currently headed up by Rory and Kim Bell having previously been run by Trevor and Thalia Blundell.
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Reviews - What do customers think about On The Way 3-9s (book 2)?
On the Way Sunday School Material Jan 25, 2004
On the Way provides lessons for Sunday School that focus on the Bible. The lessons include reproducible pages that can be used to build lots of crafts that go along with the Bible story. The notes for the teacher include great background information that truly enriches understanding of the Bible passage. There are suggestions for visual aids that the teacher makes and ideas for activities.
The materials are published in England so every so often the language sounds a little funny to American ears, but these are not problematic differences.