Dealing with Disruptive Children in Sunday School

Dealing with Disruptive Children in Sunday School A "Paste in My Hair" blog post by Heidi Weber and Neil MacQueen for Rotation.org's amazing supporting members. You can download this post as a PDF here . F ew problems in Sunday School are as frustrating as having to deal with disruptive children. One repeat offender can ruin even the best lesson plan and ultimately drive away both teachers and others students. To be clear, in this article we are not talking about special needs children or...


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