This Extraordinary 4 Week teaching series will help kids have fun as they learn about the weird and wonderful stories of the Bible! This is a fantastic series for children that are bored of hearing the same classic Bible stories each week and need a challenge to look at something deeper, whilst still having fun. These lessons are aimed at 5-11 year olds and each lesson is Biblical, relational, relevant, interactive and fun to engage with.
You’ll find you can use these lessons in two ways:
- in-person with social distancing (90+ minutes worth of activities)
- online via zoom (45+ minutes worth of activities)
The weeks are:
Lesson 1: Balaam and Balak (Numbers 22:21-41) parts of lesson available to preview here.
Lesson 2: Deborah and Jael (Judges 4)
Lesson 3: Ehud (Judges 3:12-20)
Lesson 4: Elisha and the Bears (2 Kings 2:23-25)
Each lesson in the series features:
- Story video (mp4)
- Lesson outline (pages, docx, pdf)
- Zoom- friendly lesson outline (pages, docx, pdf)
- Games with graphics (jpegs or PowerPoints for zoom lessons)
- Craft printable (pdf)
- Activity booklet for 5-7s (pdf) and 8-11s (pdf)
- Devotional for families
- Devotional for children
- Social media image to promote the lesson
- Lesson titles (jpegs)
This series also comes with:
- Bumper series video
- Series Titles
- Series Bible verse graphics and Bible cards
This product is a digital download, which means you will receive a link to download the files after completing the check-out process. Because of all of the incredible elements in this curriculum, it is too large of a file to host on our site. Instead, you will receive a PDF with a special link to access the series via Dropbox. You do not need to have a Dropbox account to access the curriculum. Please note: It is too large of a file to view on a mobile device.
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