Welcome to the Workshop Rotation Ideas and Lesson Exchange
Your source for free creative Sunday school lessons! We are the official website and organization for Workshop Rotation Model (WoRM), -a creative way to organize Sunday School. You are welcome to cut & paste from our thousands of volunteer created Rotation-style Sunday School lessons, creative ideas, and articles. Please also take the time to post your own great lessons and ideas.
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The Miracles of Jesus Lesson Forum is CLOSED this May while our volunteer review team works on it.
Your 2013 Volunteer Board is: Front: Jaymie Derden, Carol Hulbert, Luanne Payne (President)
Back: Cathy Walz, Anne Camp (also pictured: Neil MacQueen, volunteer webmaster)
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Post them in the Supporting Member Help Lounge. Most other forums are for reading and posting ideas & lessons. Questions posted in them will likely not get seen.
About the Content at Our Site
We've been collecting Sunday School ideas, lesson outlines, and complete lesson plans for over a decade. Rotation Modelers are GLEANERS, ...looking for good ideas, knowing we will make them better, and make them our own. Thus, we welcome all creative contributions.
If you're looking for cellophane-wrapped lessons, you've come to the wrong place. But if you like to glean, make better, share, and be inspired, then welcome to Rotation.org!
Rotation Modelers look for lessons and ideas with creative teaching media and techniques that drive home the main point of the Bible story. We also hope to see life application activities, and not just talk. As you post, please keep that in mind.
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A Typical "Rotation" Schedule
STORY: PRODIGAL SON
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ART Teacher: Amy
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Example of a typical four week rotation for 3 different grade groups. Grades rotate, teachers stay-put repeating their lesson. You can add more grade groups by adding additional workshops, such as, Computer, Cooking, or Storytelling. You can let the Preschool or teens use the "open" workshop slots. View an online presentation about the Workshop Rotation Model.
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Supporting Members get access to additional forums and features, including: the Writing Team's 30+ volunteer-created, professionally-edited lesson sets, the monthly newsletter, and the Supporting Member LESSON & RESOURCE HELP Forum.
Rotation.org is a non-profit volunteer-led ministry supporting teachers, pastors and educators who are using the Workshop Rotation Model for Sunday School, or who just appreciate having a terrific source of thousands of free, creative, volunteer-contributed Sunday School ideas and lessons to glean from, -and a place to ask for help.
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