Each of the 28 activities is just ONE-PAGE (front & back) and gives a great overview of what teens should take away from the bible on a variety of topics that are relevant to youth. Your students will look up bible verses, take notes from parents/church leaders on the topic, discuss how Christians should approach the subject, and think about ways to pray about it.
This project can be completed in a few different ways. You can provide your students with the information to fill out their brochures, or have them find the information through bible/internet research. If your students are inexperienced with Internet research, guide them through the process by projecting a search that you lead.
ORGANIZATION: If you are creating this foldable to include in an interactive notebook, pockets have been included. Allow students to draw on the pocket for further creativity. If you’re not using these in an interactive notebook, they keep nicely in a 6 x 9 bradded envelope. Add to the collection as you work through the topics.
PLAN YOUR LESSON: Use this brochure as a guide to build your lesson upon or as an accompanying piece. Lead a discussion among your class and add in your own advice from a Christian perspective on the topic. Your students will have a place in their brochure to write down your mentoring notes. Have students share and discuss their own ideas of the focus. Students should write in the bible verses on the blank books from your choice of bible translations.
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