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COVID restrictions on gatherings and the pandemic's effect on travel, family and community traditions, and attendance will make November and December extra-challenging in the church. Rotation.org leaders and members have been creating, collecting, and adapting resources to give you plenty of options. Be sure to see the 2020 Advent "Trails" and Live Nativity suggestions.
Topics include: Online and At-Home lessons. Re-opening Sunday School. Be sure to read the discussion on "After the Pandemic: Changes to our approaches, programs, and The Rotation Model itself.
Five New Writing Team Lessons on The Ten CommandmentsFive special lessons written for BOTH "at-home" and in-class use with a wide age-range. Lots of creative and fun learning with a focus on developing a working memory of all ten Commandments and thinking about how each applies to our lives.
Rotation.arrg's "Hidden Treasures"
Treasure hunters Robin Stewart and Cathy Walz are helping us rediscover some of our "buried" treasures at Rotation.org. Latest Treasures: a Cookie lesson in Genesis, a Science experiment in our Joseph lessons, and "sculpture" ideas for Ruth and Naomi.
- Awesome Bible Stories, Exodus Adventures, Cal and Marty's Scripture Memory Game, The Ten Commandments, Galilee Flyer, Elijah and Jonah, and more!
About the Rotation Model and Organization of Our Site
Our Bible Story Lesson Forums are organized around "major" Bible stories and "Workshops" -- such as Art and Video (creative methods). This organization is a nod to our Rotation modelers for whom this site was originally created. It ALSO helps traditional Sunday Schools who are looking for something more than the "same-old craft." View a short video about the Model.
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Learn more about the Model
Here's a typical four-week "Rotation model" schedule for 3 different grade groups. View the presentations for more scheduling and scaling examples.
|Week 1||Grades K-1||Grades 2-4||Grades 5-6||Open|
|Week 2||Open||Grades K-1||Grades 2-4||Grades 5-6|
|Week 3||Grades 5-6||Open||Grades K-1||Grades 2-4|
|Week 4||Grades 2-4||Grades 5-6||Open||Grades K-1|