I have had some requests for these. I’ll put up one each week. Let me know if you find them helpful.
We are starting to plan. How about you? Let me know if there are Bible story booklets you would like me to post. I have a lot of them and only post a few at a time. Last year we did a successful “Prayer Walk.” I’m happy to post details and downloads if anyone is interested.
Many thanks to those of you who have purchased products from this site this past year. The sales support our free offerrings and move us toward our goal of “breaking even!” In line with our Nation’s prayers about recent events I have posted a coloring sheet for the prophecy of peace from Isaiah.
I have had some interest in using these booklets as part of a reading program. The first ones I did were, in fact, made for that. They were written according to the sequence used in Carden Method. The newer ones are no longer written to that sequence, but I can post some rough guidelines. Let me know if there is interest. ”Safe in the Lion’s Den” posted for this week, is written for a beginning reader. Noah (called “Safe in the Ark” so as not to use 2 vowels together) is even simpler.
I just received a new printing of Little Hippo Finds a Family. This book has been so popular with people. For those of you who are taking car trips with kids or running out of “bridge” activities, Painted Pots is a great inspiration for creative activities .
Many thanks to Margarita Miller for translating another one! ”Safe in the Ark” is now available in Spanish. The English version does not use the word “Noah” because it is intended to be accessible to young readers who are not yet reading two vowels together.
There are many Bible stories that are not posted. I change the active posts weekly. If you are doing a special unit in Sunday school or would like some particular ones for Vacation Bible School, please post your request in the comments section and I’ll try to get them up on the site.
These are fun to make, recycle materials and engage kids in creating their own toys. Most children will need at least some help from an adult. Just remember not to hog all the fun and to let the child’s imagination direct the project! Check them out in the new category on the Products Page.
I’m so pleased to be able to offer 2 of these Bible booklets in Spanish. Many thanks to Diana and Margarita who helped to make this possible. Is there anyone else who would like to volunteer to translate some?
This is coming up at the end of the month. Some churches are gearing up for community outreach on this day. I have posted some classic Bible story booklets for those who would like to run them off to give away. As always, these are freely given and should be freely shared, no commercial reproduction. Thanks!