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  1. 1. Most uscan remember of still a childhood toldbya good story story- What teller. makes good a storyteller memorable? so A good storyteller draws listeners thestory, into helping imagine story them the them- selves thus and making their it own. may feel one the You not like of Suggested materlals tor Younger storytelling skill effective isa EhlldrensSouvenlr OPilon worlds storytellers, fortunately, great but thatyoucan develop following suggestions curriculum by the inthis LessonThree people,8 12 l: toy blocks to wooden andbypracticing simple a few principles. are Here some ideas tips and LessonFour sticks tongue 2. craft or on depressors to help become conftdent memorable! you more and you faces Bible of characters story which havedrawn 3: or cups thermos water LessonPlasttc paper and of A 6ood Beginning and Ending;Yc A good is beginning because much essential, it is an easier capture to audience it is than LessonTwo 4: Plates which PaPer on to recaDture after them attention wandered. their has youhave and faces hapPy sad drawn 5: sword, bow arrow, LessonToy toy and Bible Story Introduction and to a robe a belt a vest rePresent Tohelp make most theopening you the of minutes theBible of story, LessonBrown 6: paperlunchsackscontaining eachstory PossportAdventure in to begins anintroduction with In . bite-size of Bible-times (bread oieces food cubes, you finda question comment connects theintroduction, will or that grapes, pitted squares, dates, cheese etc.) raisins, anelement theBible of story a familiar with childhood ln experience. a creative children, 7. dozen blocks LessonSeveral wooden cardboard or to addition, help keep interest older you the of Bible technique storytelling issuggestedeach for lesson. children As LessonToy paper 8: or and/or crowns iewels areinvolvedinterviews, in props role-playing, storytelling etc., using they bemotivatedfollow will to along the with storyacti0n. LessonPictures magazinetheInternet 9: from or rain, grass, of oceans, sun, birds animals, Souvenir Option Activity paper Lesson Four l0: you plates which have on drawn course, Bible each also story (happy afraid excited) expressions surprised, and facial Toenhance theme-park the setting this of gives directions anoptional for 5ouvenir activity makes Option that use Lesson Six people, fabric paper 11. toy blue or to of a colorful bag. theBible foryounger gift In story children obiect(s) the represent and small a river a branch tOy or tree inthegiftbag is (are) asthebasis aninteractive oftelling used for way Lesson Several people, 12: toy magazine several theBible story. pictures food clothing, of and several of coins varying andbrown sizes to a field fabric represent TheSouvenir :,. tcson t ii" , ra. 0ption for activity Lesson Picture Jesus 1J: of Blble Story Ccntcr MderMtB16:1610 children older Collcd. &bh :.:. provides or one ftarodrdltr. tu! yor hwd. $4? volunkfl kl l.dr sq *.1. slngto k 5 l : i rhor fiomntueq ry:r. q u.otuldm l.i frt h.pFnd rorhi.ih.tus.tlseloarrlnqrhenorv kad.hrdrenmdikilq more items that 0ae il drorerod^d elhdr lhJ G^ b. ued dYortl rh€ areremoved thegiftbag theendof thestory given from at and to :**ffi.,;. children. items help These will remember choice children the being discussed lesson. inexpensive may purchased tnthe These items be fromcraftstores,office supply etc. stores,t. o a .:igi.::: taI la o 20086ospel Permission photocopy Light. to to purchaser PoJsport Adventure granted original only. t0
  2. 2. BibleStoryConclusionEach also story provides a conclusion-a summarythebasic brief offocus thestory howtheBible of and truthpresentedthestory in Suggested naterlats tor Olderconnects everyday This with life. conclusioniscalled Gods and Word Chlldrens SoayenrrOptlonMe. theconclusion, or more In one questions provided discussion are LessonSalvation 1: bookletsforyouto use helping in children express understanding their of thelessons and Bible focus the prayer verse.concluding issuggested A LessonPens pencils index 2: or and cardsforelementary-age lf theBible children. story toldina large is group Lesson5mall 3: water bottlesof 12 16children, small to form groups thediscussion for time. Lesson Post-it pads other 4: Note or notepadsStorwelltng Tips LessonColored 5: rubber wristbands Practice>Yr telling story the aloud. your Tell story yourself to or LessonBookmarks 6: someoneyour in family. Make notes briefly or outline story. the LessonAnnouncements one more 7: about 0r your*k Have open Bible hand at you telling story. while are the Tell items(school supplies, canned soap, food, older childrenwhich in book theBible story befound. of the may toothbrushes, crayons, thatchildren etc.) and you lf appropriate, may theirfamilie.s collect give a charitable may to to plan read to some thestory of directly inyour organization community from your Bible. Referring Bible to the reinforces idea the the that Bible stories true are are and found theBible. oreschool- in With LessonGlow-in-the-dark 8: stars ers,frequentlyrepeat thestories trueandare that are writtenin LessonMedium-sized andmarkers 9: rocks theBible usto read. for Lesson Praise 10: music CDs While Bible>Y< the story being other is told, teachers helpers and sit separately thechildren. Lesson InvitationsPossportAdventureto 11: to to or among Encourage to fully them partici- another or event your childrensfamily at church. patewithchildren,reacting appropriatelyhaving Their and fun! presence encourage listening will children listen to attentively as Lesson 5mall of trailmix l2: bags well, they help and can redirect childrens attention to the back Lesson ltem 13: (wristband, bookmark, sticker, storyteller if needed. door pencil, thatshows hanger, etc.) the name Jesus of)lKUsedramatic expressions vary facial and your tone voice of :*,,. accordingthestory to action.,lKlf students indicatefamiliarity thestory, volunteerstellsome a with ask to of thestoryaction. sure clarify supplement Be to and information asneeded.>[rKeep story your brief. good of thumb a beginning A rule for teacher to is your limit story one to year minute each of thechildrens lf you for age. havemore one level your than age in group, target themiddle for of thegroup, beready shorten story theyounger are but to the if ones restless. Work maintaining contact your>lK at eye with children throughout story. the your Know story enough youcan well that glance your at Bible your and notes andthenlook uo.x Occasionally childrens watch or to you movies TVshows help beaware current of interests children. ofO 20086ospeLight Permission photocopy to t0 purchaser possport Adventure granted original only. to ...:.:i.
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  6. 6. Colortng/PuzzleEenter fipsTheBiblestory verse or coloring puzzle and pagesprovided each for lesson inPossportAdventure to provide activity youcanuse several an that in ways.Thesepages beused thebasis a separate may as of activity center which intheyoungest (preschoolers children and early elementary complete age) the page theoldercoloring and (older children elementary work thepuz- age) onzle. coloring puzzle The and pagesoftendirectly connect a lessons with Biblestory verse, sometimes or or provideadditional information. BibleAlternatively, pages beused supplementexisting these can to an center. Forexample,a Bible coloring can provided younger story page be for children toextend interest theBible their in story. children complete artactivity 0r who anbeforeothers bechallenged can to complete coloring puzzle Col- the or page.oring and puzzlepages also kept use can be for when activity short. an runsThecoloring puzzle and pages also sent may be home children a with onweekly asa way extending Bible basis of their learning thehome. into In the pages becopied transparencies,addition, coloring can onto proiectedandtraced butcher onto paper used wall and for murals bulletin or boards.Preparation#r ltseasiest copy one to at time thepages all rather photocopying weekly needed than ona basis. thepages Store in marked folders easy for use.>,Yryouplan use lf to for pages, markers thecoloring photocopy pages heavier to avoid those onto stock marker bleed- through. Provide>Yr a variety artmaterials coloring;addition crayons markers, of for in to and pencils watercolors colored and addinterest. Y<Have puzzle the answer (pp. sheets 242-245) available children for who Whlch Wdy to Choose? .lcent.M.hF are puzzle working theBible on pages. Discussion Opportanities )k While students coloring are or working the on puzzles, thequestions ask suggestedthecoloring puz- on or zlepages. Using thesequestions help connect coloring puzzle will you the or activity thelesson to focus. Encourage participati0n student byintroducing each question a statement asImlooking fourstudents with such for wear- ingredto answer question. this Another to attract interest stu- way the of dents to say, is Someone whose name begins the letterJ cananswer with thisquestion. Consider storing childs each coloring puzzle andlor pages a folder ina in or binder. timepermits, to these As refer pages a way reviewing les- as of past sons. theendof PossportAdventure, pages children take At to give to to n0meO 2008Gospel Permissi0n photocopy Light. to granted oriqinal to purchaser only.Possport Adventure to .."::
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  8. 8. tlusic lust for You! >YrConsider makingcopies theTheme of Music to help CD yourstudents becomefamiliarwiththesongsusedduringPossport Adventure.variety musical to A of making easy you styles represented, are it for your yourto customize worship to include students time favorites.Leadlng SongsEach theupbeat of songs theTheme on Music isdesignedhelp CD to children aware theopportunities have be of theyevery to make day right choices Gods as followers.Children participatesinging, may by playing clapping, rhythminstruments, holding word up charts, operating overhead theproiectoradiusting CD or the player. children Help that understand allthese have goal: honor praise activities one to andGod. examplesincere Your of worship thetone-itisthestrongest sets teaching worship children receive. about the willLearning songs bedifficult some new can for teachers. to thesong theTheme Listen on play Music Then thesong CD. againandsing along. Practice it several times (listen it while to driving thecar, in youcook, You want choose while etc.). may tothree four or favorite songs theTheme from Music and CD repeat them each at session, than rather teachinga variety ofnew songs. younger children themore The the are, repetition shouldbeprovided.Toteach new a print song children, thewords a large to on chart use song or the charts thisbook in (pp.246-254)to make to project anoverheada transparency on proiector to make or PowerPoint Proiect words a place slides. the on wheretheymay seen be easily allthechildren. byAsyouplay song, along thesong, the sing with children loin withyou. isusuallygood to sing inviting to in lt a idea onlyonestanzaand/or chorus first the timethrough.lf youareusing overhead, theentire an cover transparency a blank withsheet paper. yousing, of As move paper reveal the to words line a time. one at Creating motions some thewords for of orphrasesthesongs also children thesongs. in will help learnEhoosing Addltional Songslf your church chooseslead to studentsadditionalworship select in songs, songs thesame with prayer sensitivity and withwhich youd adult plan worship. Utilizing simple worship your choruses hymns among ownchurchs and from favorites willprepare worship a gradual, children thetransitionadult-level for to in age-appropriate Inthis manner. way, will childrenbecome familiar a body songs inadult with of used worship.Whatever youuse, sure explain words concepts areunfamiliarchildren. songs be to any or that to lf unfamiliar are wordsused, thetime give brief take to a definitiontheword. a childrens dictionary of Use Bible if needed. example, word For The to or When singthatGod holy, means Heis pertect without lf you"holy"means bechosen setapart. we is it that and sin. putcannot thewords conceptsa song terms child truly or of in a can understand, recognize thesong probably that isappropriate foradult only worship. .. at - r a:o a. Oa.3 2008 60spel Light. to photocopy Permission granted oriqinal to purchaser Possport only. toAdventure .:::ig
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