Memory Verse 4

Here are 2 more ideas for memory verse review. Cut a circle from stiff poster board or cardboard. Write words to the Bible verse on clothespins. I purchased these felt cutouts from Etsy. Use a permanent marker or pen to write the Bible verse on them.

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Here are some ideas for reviewing Bible verses. We want the kids to move God’s word into their hearts, their long-term memory. One way of doing that is by lots of repetition. You can use almost anything the kids can touch to make a Bible verse review activity. Kids may work by themselves or with…

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This is Your Life Bible People

Teaching about people in the Bible lends itself to a visual aid idea I call “This is Your Life.”  Bible characters are displayed on poster board using cardboard, fabrics like felt, 3 dimensional objects like plastic plants, glitter, beads, fake hair or fur, ribbons, puffy paint, chains or anything else you can come up with…

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Memory Verses Review 3, String-A-Verse

Using spare wood, hammer small nails in a left to right pattern. Tie string or yarn onto one nail. Wind the string around the nail that has the next word of the Bible verse. Children really love this one. And, again, it is super easy to make without having to buy anything.

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Memory Verses Review 2

This activity uses spare wood scraps you or a friend might have lying around. Words from the Bible verse to be learned are attached to small nails hammered into the wood. Different items may be placed onto the nails. Again, keep in mind the age of the children who will do these activities. These Bible…

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Memory Verses Review 1

Learning Bible verses is never a one and done process. Repetition is vital to move the verse into long term memory. They are learning the holy words from God. Teachers provide are merely facilitators of that process. These are very simple and manipulative ideas for children to do as they enter the classroom. The concept…

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There’s Not a Book Like the Holy Bible song

This song reinforces the idea the there is no other book like the Holy Bible. It is a song by Sarah Richie. She published it in Creative Bible Teaching Vol. 3. The songbook includes patterns and may be purchased here:https://store.bibleclassworkshop.com/products/7376-creative-bible-teaching/   Here is what my finished song visual looks like.   I used clear laminating sheets run…

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A Cappella Song Recordings

If you are looking for a cappella recordings of children’s Bible class songs, we have found a great resource. http://commonsensechristian.com/index.php/songs?fbclid=IwAR33UzN1PQP9qVgWH23WklrzSoUUIy_chBqzmD_779wFx2IWa3A3SQDcUE4 This website is done by a member of the Lord’s church. The website has a section with a collection of Bible class songs. The collection has an interesting backstory as told by Carolyn Moudy Bloodworth.…

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Bible Books – Bean Bag Toss

Introduce this Bean Bag Toss activity for a fun repetition in learning the books of the Bible. This may be used for Old or New Testament books. It may also be adapted to the 12 sons of Jacob, the judges or the 12 apostles. It is a great activity to use when children get fidgety…

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