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- We’re excited to announce that we have launched quarter two of Sleuth for the Truth! This is a year-long (or way more...!) curriculum for Sunday school or home school.Sleuth for the Truth is a year-long (or way more...!) Sunday school curriculum that teaches kids to think like detectives to "find JePrice $119.01Original Price $119.01
- FOUR QUARTERS' WORTH OF MATERIAL!!!! (or more if you need!) PERFECT FOR 3RD through 8TH GRADE! CHILDREN'S MINISTRY CURRICULUM BUNDLEAre you looking for a Sunday school curriculum that is engaging? Do you want to teach your kids about the Bible in an exciting way? Sleuth For The Truth is a yePrice $256.62Original Price $509.45Save $252.83
THIS DOWNLOAD CONTAINS:
- THE LEADERS OF THE UNITED KINGDOMS of ISRAEL & JUDAH,
- THE KINGS OF JUDAH,
- THE KINGS OF ISRAEL,
- A JUDGES REBUS (fun word game),
- CROWN THE KINGS (a Velcro-inspired matching game),
- HALL OF FAME (a centre that helps recall the names of the judges and tribes of Israel), and a
- BONUS TEACHER'S GUIDE - A wonderful teacher's guide to the timeline: setting up, short notes about each king, and laid out as which kings ruled at what time (ex: Jehoshaphat ruled in Judah at the same time as Ahab ruled in Israel)
The king's crowns are great visuals to put around the top of your church classroom as you teach them one by one through The Scripture Scout’s SLEUTH FOR THE TRUTH curriculum but can be used with your own method of teaching the Bible kings of Israel, Judah and a United Kingdom. These pages/slides/cut-outs note whether it was a GOOD king (yellow/gold) or a BAD king (red). Some were a little of both ...
Simple instructions for preparing THE KINGS crowns:
•Simply print them on card stock, cut them out, and laminate them. You can probably get lots of help from other teachers or students! (this is the best use)
•THE MAY ALSO BE USED AS A TWEAK-ABLE, but SIMPLE POWERPOINT.
•The blank flag slide after each king is for printing on simple paper then cut and pasted to the back of each crown.
•Another option is at the end with empty blank crowns (explained on page 54).
•There are notes for the back of the prophet’s cloud (scroll) and the crown (flag) as you introduce that king before putting it on the top of the wall. Anything else under “Teacher’s Notes” is supplemental (and sometimes crucial) information. Use as necessary!
SEE PREVIEW FOR GREAT EXAMPLES
(video explanations may also be found HERE)