This easy-to-follow guide uses simple shapes and step-by-step diagrams to help aspiring artists portray their favorite Bible stories. Thirty images include Adam and Eve, Moses and the Ten Commandments, Daniel in the lions’ den, Samson and Delilah, King Solomon, and creatures from Noah’s ark. A blank practice page appears opposite each how-to page.
Here they come — two by two! Elephants, giraffes, kangaroos, bears, and other creatures are ready to board the ark. Noah’s there, too! The twelve sturdy, stencil images are perfect for decorating walls, furniture, or for simply creating a parade of these famous passengers and their large boat.
A fun, creative, easy way to teach our children about the Tabernacle. Perfect for Sunday School Classrooms or for at-home use. Engage our children during lessons of the Old Testament Tabernacle. Comes with cut-out pieces to make a fun, quick craft. 19″ x 13″
Gives activities for prayer as a chat with our Father. Activities for teaching vocal, meditative, and contemplative prayer. Treats the following forms of prayer: blessing, petition , intercession, thanksgiving, and praise. Reproducible Grades 3-6.
Help Noah’s dove find its way from the ark to dry land, connect the dots to discover who tricked Eve in the Garden of Eden, and solve a coded message to figure out the meaning of Jacob’s dream. An ideal way to introduce the teachings of the Old Testament to children, this little book is [...]