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Bible study for kids – Superheroes

Bible Study for Kids – Superheroes

This is a great bible study for kids of all ages. I’ve used it for young kids who love Iron Man and
Spidey as well as pre-teens and teens. Superheroes are relatable and kids love them. The trick is to get the kids to see that the real heroes of their life are some of the great characters from the Bible, as well as the peers and adults in their life who are putting the Bible into practice.


Youth Activities – Noah

Youth Activities – Noah.
This is a great classic lesson that you can use as a morning Sunday School Lesson or an evening youth group activity or anything in- between.


How to teach kids with special needs

How to deal with learning difficulties in the classroom
Do you have kids in class that need special attention?

Sometimes the kids in class or even youth group that can be a little harder to teach than other. It’s not that they don’t want to be there, but sometimes they just have special needs.

You can’t just ask their parents to “talk” with them and set the straight. It doesn’t work that way in most cases. You do have to recognise what’s going on and work on a strategy to make classroom life easier for you and better for them.


Sunday School Activities for 9-12 year olds

Sunday school projects for kids which are almost teens can be a little difficult. It’s hard to find physical craft ideas that will engage them. Here’s couple of ideas you can try. If your class covers kids of a variety of ages it may pay to pair them up or sort out small teams so that reading skills can be evenly matched.


Bible stories for kids

bible stories for kids

It was recenty reported in the Telegraph that less than half of kids these days are regularly exposed to common Bible stories such as creation and Noah’s Ark.
“Is this really a big deal?” Well, it is if you want your kids to have an understanding of where your faith comes from, or simply why you believe what you believe.


Top 5 Youth Group Activities

youth group activities

Why are Youth Group activities so significant for your teenager?

By the time your son or daughter has reached the age of 11 or 12 and they are just beginning to hit puberty you’ll find that the traditional Sunday School lessons are just not going to cut it anymore! They are way too old for activity sheets and just sitting down and being told a story, but at the same time, they’re not quite ready for the regular worship service for the adults.