NLI Lesson Review


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If you attended any of the past several weeks of sermons by Dr. Fenton at Dawson you were treated to the amazing artistry of Louise Barbour. She teaches 3rd Grade Life Groups on Sunday and she often treats the class to drawing of their Bible Stories.

She even goes so far as to have them contribute scribbles to a blank pages and then she turns the scribbles into the story they’re learning. Amazing. This is not a skill that everyone can bring to their lessons, but we are able to share the videos from the sermons on lessons for kids. We will be posting these for the next couple of weeks for you to enjoy, and to maybe use to illustrate your lessons as they come up.

The first lesson is Jacob and Esau. Click the picture below to go to the video.

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Have an amazing artist teaching in your classroom? Share them with us below!

fly swat

A great way to review the lesson near the end of your Life Group Sunday School Hour is to have a short pop quiz. Asking questions and having the class answer them can be fun, but occasionally is great to shake the exercise up with a game.

One way to do that is to list out your possible answers on colored (or not) paper. Maybe you could even throw in a few misleading cards. Then divide you class into two teams and let each team bring forward a representative to answer the question. Pictured above is the fly swatter option. This works well because you can tell whose fly swatter hit first. But don’t discount the potential fun of a soft bat or pool noodle.

This would be a great game for a unit review as well.

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