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  1. 1. BIBLE The Parable Activity Pages of the Sower Booklet 2 Here a series of illustrations that you can use tocreate activities and retell the story Jesus told, “The *Spice up your learning by makingParable of the Sower.” lapbooks! From There are a variety of ways that you can use theseillustrations. There are four scenery pages depicting Lapbooking can be done by any learner-- from preschoolersthe four different types of ground that Jesus mentions to adults. With this educational method, you make mini-in the parable: the way side, the stony place, the thorny books covering details that you’ve studied. After making aground, and the good ground. variety of mini-books about a larger topic, all the books are You can use these for creating scenes for acting out put together in a large folder. The finished product is called a lapbook because it’s large and covers your lap.the parable. You can cut out the small illustrations andhave the children glue them on the scenery to create Lapbooking helps children learn what they study. Latera picture display of the four types of ground. See the the completed lapbook can serve as a review tool as yoursample pages at the end of this booklet which can also children refer to it over and over again. And if you have tobe used also for coloring pages. keep a homeschool portfolio to document learning each year, lapbooks can be a very impressive addition. You can also cut out the pictures and use them inmany others ways, such as for a lapbook*, or illustratingthe children’s Bible notebook, etc. Illustrations by Didier Martin - Copyright © 2012 by Didier Martin - Permission granted to print for personal use only. Distribution is prohibited.
  2. 2. A scroll is found at the bottomof each page of scenery depictingthe different types of ground,where you can write the name ofthe ground type. This has beenleft blank intentionaly so youcan use these activities pages inlanguages other than English. You’ll also find a page withthree stacks of grain with the paper fastenerwhite circle left blank also for youto write “hundred times”, “sixty After you cut out the bird, you can attach thetimes” or “thirty times” in your body to the legs using a paper fastener which willlanguage. make it possible to move the bird up and down as if it was eating the seeds. You can also cut a small slot After assembling the two parts of the bird within the middle of the hand to insert the paper fastener, you can glue the legs onto thethe group of little seeds found first scenery and move the bird to act out the storyright under the hand. as you teach the children