A to Z Object Talks That Teach about the New Testament: 26 Memorable Messages Your Kids Will Love!

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Standard Publishing, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Turn the ordinary alphabet into the ALPHA-BEST teaching tool you'll use this year!

A to Z Object Talks That Teach About the New Testament is packed with memorable messages that will delight and excite your kids about God's Word. From ANGELS to ZACCHAEUS, kids will learn life-changing Bible truths along with tons of cool New Testament trivia as they make unique crafts and edible wonders to help lock in the learning! Here are 26 clever messages that turn ordinary show-n-tell object talks into exciting discover-n-do- delights! Just imagine the learning fun as kids ...
* Press oil from olives and learn how the world's sins pressed upon Jesus.
* Stuff delicious dates and discover about being God's good fruit.
* Create cool kaffiyehs and explore how Jesus covers us.
* Make awesome incense and learn how our prayers rise to God

Bring the New Testament awesomely alive and make it radically relevant for your kids as you guide them in learning fascinating Bible facts, way-cool New Testament trivia, and powerful Bible truths from A to Z! Perfect for Sunday School, VBS, children's church, or anytime you want to offer your kids a change of pace!

Be sure to look for more A to Z learning fun with A to Z Object Talks That Teach About the Old Testament!

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User Review  - Gordon Sisco - Christianbook.com

These books on the new and old testament are a great teaching tool for the children. It gets there attention with the activities and allows them a fun way to receive the message the bible has for them ... Read full review


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Susan Lingo is the author of more than 55 books for children and teachers, including My Good Night Bible, My Good Night Prayers, and Bedtime with Night-Light. She is a former elementary school educator with more than 15 years experience working with children. Susan resides in Loveland, Colorado.

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