Teaching Tips


11 responses to “Teaching Tips

  1. Thanks for your time and work in putting this website together. I look forward to visiting it often.

  2. Good job!!! I will be checking back for ideas. This will be helpful for those of us who have taught for years, as well as for those who are just starting out.

  3. Love the website. We are beginning a study in Genesis and this will help me out tremendously. I will also be checking back often. Thanks for the good work and ideas.

  4. So glad to find the new location, I was bummed the links on the old site no longer worked. Thanks for all you do.

  5. I am very excited and happy to learn that you have created a new website! When you announced that the old one was shut down indefinitely I was disappointed. Fortunately, among other materials, I printed out enough copies of the “Mark Your Bible” leaflet to provide enough copies for the 7 in the class I am teaching.

    Do you by chance have a “brief chronology of the bible” class that I might use for teaching the class here?

    Thank you for all your hard work and sharing.

  6. I too was sad to see the other site down, and then so excited to find this one up! I love, love, love your fresh ideas and precious songs. Thank you for all of your hard work and sharing it with so many. You have inspired me to be a better teacher to my children and to my bible class students.

  7. I just discovered your blog. Do you have notebooks for the children’s memory work each quarter. I’m looking for new ideas for memory work. It seems as time goes by it is getting harder to get children and parents to do a memory verse for each week. I’m looking for new ideas to encourage both the parents and the children. I would also like to know how to find the link to the “Mark You Bible” leaflet. Thanks for all the hard work that you do.

  8. Hi Wendy. Here is a link to the information I have online about the memory work my classes do: https://biblesongsandmore.wordpress.com/activities/memory/
    here is the link to the Marking Your Bible you asked about: https://biblesongsandmore.wordpress.com/lessonplans/ladies-bible-class/a-study-method-for-marking-your-bible/


  9. Hi Diana! I am looking for an example of a lapbook I can make to review the books of the Bible. I am sort of envisioning it in my brain…but sometimes have trouble getting it to come out right! haha. Have you made a lapbook or file folder game of this sort? I am thinking about having the little flip books for the books for each section. But I also want to make it interactive in someway…maybe velcro the books in order. Any help or suggestions you have would be greatly appreciated! I teach 4th quarter (Deut, Josh, Judges and Ruth). I am very excited!!

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