Welcome to the Workshop Rotation Ideas & Lesson Exchange
We are an online community of teachers, pastors, and Christian educators sharing Sunday School lessons and ideas.
We are also the official website and organization for Workshop Rotation Model (WoRM), -a creative way to organize and teach Sunday School. You are welcome to cut & paste from our thousands of free, volunteer created, Rotation-style Sunday School lessons, ideas, and articles. Please also post your own great lessons and ideas, and become a Supporting Member.
Once you enter a forum, you can now see each forum topic's stats:
◙ # of Replies ◙ # of Views
◙ and # of 'Likes'
The 'counter' on these stats was reset 2 years ago, and thus, doesn't reflect actual stats which would go back many years, but it is interesting nonetheless. The 'Like' feature was only turned on recently.
You can either highlight & copy text with your mouse and paste it into your own doc (recommended), or print this page using your browser's print command.
About Our Lesson Content
Whether you're using the Rotation Model, or are just a creative Sunday School teacher looking for great ideas, you are welcome to browse and copy from our thousands of volunteer-contributed lessons, ideas and articles. Please also take the time to contribute your great ideas.
Rotation Model Sunday School uses a variety of teaching approaches for every story it teaches. We are by nature, GLEANERS and ADAPTERS who prefer many ideas to choose, -and expect to adjust content to suit our needs.
In addition to our general lesson materials, Supporting Members get access to special professionally edited, peer-reviewed lesson sets written by a group of volunteers we call the Writing Team. Learn more about the Writing Team..
• Getting Started
• Age Groups
• Scope and Sequence of Lessons
• and more.
Why Certain Stories Aren't Found
In the Rotation Model, we teach between 9 and 12 stories a year, four to five weeks at a time to achieve depth and memory. This means we tend to collect and produce lesson materials on the more well-known and kid-appropriate stories.