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    • Begin planning Possport Adventure choosing youwillschedule program. 13-lesson your for to by when the This curriculum can used be effectively programs, forsecond-hour programs, Schoolsummertime morning, midweek Sunday or 5unday programs weekday orhome groups. Nomatter orwhere when toAdventure place, are main Possport takes there two format Groups options-Self-Contained descriptionsselect learning that your and Learning Plan. thefollowing the Center Read and the format fits needs. Selt-Contained Eroups #r lf youare room have small confined a single to or a of Self- number children, Groups beyour option. this Contained may best In format, of students formed. group groups sixto eight are Each has teacher leads orher a who his in (lfthe of group theactivities. size thegroup larger, is teachers additional or h e l p ea s g g g d e d . ) rr n .................rr.r............. a a If Stouwuntto combineprcschal a Thegreatest benefit 5elf-Contained isthatteachers of Groups are a ond elemenury childrcnin the some able form to meaningfulrelationships thestudents with because a a a grcup, rcad "TeochingPrcschoolers a theyremain during entire together the session. a ond Elementu Child renTogelher" ry a a on pages24-8. Self-Contained areoften good Groups a option small for churches. a t a t a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a t Learnlng Center PIan ayr Learning The Plan Center offers exciting an recruiting schedule and variationfor PossportAdventure. to Inthisplan, teacher each prepares leads one and only activity.Guides (adults, teenagersor evenresponsibleseventh eighth and graders) groups students rotate lead of to (Bible between centers Story, the Art, Game, Inother etc.). words, teacher only each part thelesson. teachers leads one of Each responsibility one foronly centersimplifies preparation often teacher and improves effectiveness, asmakingeasier recruit teaching aswell it to teachers. Learning The Center also Plan keeps inexperienced from teachers feelingoverwhelmed.Teachers dont who enioyleading games who apprehensive telling stories leave tasks others skilled or are about Bible can those to more inthoseareas. Learning Plan often good The Center is a option mediumlarge for or churches. What do students do and who leads tnem? *r Students placedsmall are in permanent (six eight groups to children best Asmuch possible, isthe size). as form groups children with ofsimilar ages. alK group atleast guide leads group various Each has one who the to (Color name foreasy centers. code tags group identification.) aYr group, with guide(s), each Each along its during session.groups visits center each All participate inthe atonce Worshio Center. lf you ofchildren, groups participate center thesame have numbers large two may inone at time. O 2008 to photocopy Gospel Permission Light. t0 purchaser Posspon Adventure granted original only. to,.Oa - .a f i .a a a
    • What do teachers do?)K Each teacher responsibility center, takes forone remainingthecenter instructing group it visits at and each as the (Note. both center. lf preschool elementary-aged visit same and children the teachers center, modify activities as shown each in lesson.) During Worship>Y< the Center, (and teachers guides)sitwith students participate them theactivities. and with inWnat are the centers?)lk Oneroom outside isdesignated each thePossportAdventure or area for of to learning Post centers. a large to sign identifv center. each DecorateaY< (see centers theDecorating onpp. ldeas 29-32) give and centers names theme-park such fun of rides as Coaster Planet* Super or Submarine fortheBible Tour Story Center, West Wild General Store* Astro fortheArt or Art Center, Game The Plank* Fiesta Wheel theGame or Ferris for Rocket or Rushing Boat forthe Center, Ride River Ride Coloring/Puzzle and Center Celebration or Plaza Square CarouseltheWorship for Center. Choose thecenters from suggested following inthe diagram: Bible Storv Center Game Center Worship Center Art Center Coloring/ Puzzle Center(0ptional:The Theme offered each Bonus ldeas in sessron beused anadditional can as learning center.) ja.t- ".ata ...::::* Note: forthese Signs center names bedownloaded www.gospellight.com. may fromO 20086ospel Permission photocopy Light. to granted originai Io purchaser to only.P0ssport Adventure
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    • Themeldeas, TheBonusThemeldeas offered every in session add unforgettable will an dimension PossportAdventure. are to to Here additional to fillyour ways church thesights sounds a theme-park with and of adventure.Scenery )K Use decorating onpages the ideas 29-32 decorate classrooms activity to the and centers.Set a ticket up booth through which children every asthey enter day arrive PossportAdventure. each at to Stamp childshand heorshe as enters, issue child theme-park tag(see or each a name patterns p.234). onSounds >X< Theme The Music provides songs help CD lively to yourstudents Bible learn truths. These memorablesongshelpstudents adults discover it means make and alike what to choices show forand that love obedience to God. music Play yourthroughout hallways outdoor and areas.At thebeginning end each and of Worship Center segment, a volunteerdress a theme-park ask to as character ring and a playbell, a trumpet blow airhorn. may use sound signal or an You also this to transition inyour times schedule.Groups children enjoy of will creating own their chants cheers say or to while moving between centers while or enteringtheassembly area.Spectal DaYs >YrBuildinterest create and enthusiasm PossportAdventure for to by.asking teachers students, andhelpers bring orwear to in items enhance fun. to the Consider one more thefollowing: doing or of)lk HatDay thildren leaders fun, and wear funny fantastic thattheybring and hats fromhome thattheymake or at PossportAdventure a variety artsupplies. to using of)ik Funny or "Bedhead Day Hair Hair" Encourage everyone involved PossportAdventure come withhisor her in t0 to up most outrageous hairstyle.)lKTheme Character Park Clothing children leaders wear Ask and to clothing representing a theme-park (cow- character boy, princessprince, spaceman, or pirate, animal,etc.).)lkColor theDay of Using color your the of choice, children leaders thecolor theday their and wear of in clothing or even theirhair! WackyaliK Sunglasses Encourage Day everyone involved PossportAdventurewear in to to sunglasses-the colorful more thebetter!Statt Names and Group Names )K Director: Director, a name a theme-park Park or of character asa suchpirate named Captain ora cowgirl Mike named West Wild RosieTeachers Helpers: Guides,leteach and Tour or teacher helper and create owntheme-oark their character namesGroupNames. oftheme-park (Colossal Type rides Coasters, Rockets, Carousels, Cards, Log Ready Crazy Cool Lucky Rides, etc.),type theme-park (5pace of lands Explorers, Hands, Ranch Castle Teacup Crew, Log Jammers, (Optional. Spinners, Ride etc.) Giveeachgroup sheet poster a of board make sign their to a for group. Groups signs they carry as rotate center center.) from toEurriculum Resources ;Y< yourself thetheme-related provided Familiarize with ideas throuqhout curricurum. theEach session includes a page ideas decorating, additional of for snacks, activities, etc. j.t"- "..:. ".o lfr a"O 2008 Gospel Permission Light. to photocopy granted oriqinal to purchaser Possport only. to Adventure ."":tYt:-" t. .a a o a . a