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Useful Sunday School Lessons April 24, 2007

Posted by David in Church School, Puzzle Creation, Religion, Sunday School.

An excellent starting point for some Sunday School lessons are those listed on Calvary Chapel website. There are Old Testament lessons and New Testament Lessons.

There are PDF files, which can be quite annoying, but when you (as a Sunday School teacher) are short of time, there are an excellent resource.


Dot to dot pictures for Sunday school April 21, 2007

Posted by David in Bible Games, Children, Childrens ministry, Christian, Church, Faith, Puzzle Creation, Sunday School, Teaching, Youthwork.

With picturedots.com, you can turn any image into a connect the dots puzzle or just create one from scratch. So, instead of giving the children a picture to colour, you can create a sophisticated join the dots puzzle challenge for them to do.

To find out how to do it, there is a tutorial.

You can also see all the dot puzzles I have created.

Short Bible quizzes for kids December 31, 2006

Posted by David in Bible Games, Church School, church-kids, Puzzle Creation, Sunday School, Uncategorized.

This morning I was looking for a quick quiz in case I needed to fill time during Sunday school and I came across a website that has many short quizzes.
There are not exactly formatted for Sunday school but they could be adapted quite easily.

Anagram creator December 29, 2006

Posted by David in Bible Games, Church School, church-kids, Puzzle Creation, Sunday School, Uncategorized.
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Creating anagrams for Sunday school activities can be time consuming. But there are several online anagram tools that can take the pain away. A favourite one of mine is BlackDog’s Anagram Creator.
It works with multi-word phrases and you can limit the results by specifying how many words you want the anagram to be. Try it!

Wordsearches September 6, 2006

Posted by David in Bible Games, Church School, Puzzle Creation, Sunday School, Websites.

As part of my preparation for Sunday school, I create some wordsearches so that I have them ready to use in case I need to fill in time.

The resource I use is the Discovery Channel Puzzle Maker. It is free and is by far the best I have seen. Unlike most tools it will create wordsearches with lowercase letters, which is better for younger kids. You can also create ‘text’ wordsearches that you can copy into documents and edit. This is better than the graphic ones that are created by other tools, that look bad when resized.

Choose you words and size and you are away!