Bible teaching tools that captivate
With modern flannelgraph, the Bible’s eternal stories come to life
“Before we started on the story, in just setting up the scene for Mary’s home in Story 1, the Sunday School class loved turning the cave/hillside into a home when we added all the felt pieces: a doorway, windows, a fireplace, a small bench near the fireplace to sit while stirring the kettle, niches with lamps, table and bench. One boy was extremely fascinated, he kept saying, “It looks 3-D!” The pieces are beautifully colored.“
Beth L. – Ultimate Pro Gospel Series
Bible stories are God’s stories. But when we teach kids with dry, flat readings or canned videos, they sometimes miss the wonder in the Bible’s stories. There is no lasting impact.
When kids are bored or unengaged it can leave a teacher feeling like a failure. But they’re not. You’re not. Bible stories work.
And all you need to do is help your kids experience it.
See. Engage. Understand. Remember.
Seeing helps with understanding
Multi-sensory tools help them remember
Expect questions and reactions
Skin tones and clothes match the Bible’s historical setting
Actions and postures show it like the Bible tells it
Characters look like people – not cartoons or toys