This forum is packed with topics for Sunday School teachers and leaders. It includes "The Lesson Help Lounge," Teacher Training handouts and event resources, Zoom Coffee Chat continuing education dates and topics, teaching techniques, how to creatively read the Bible with your kids, classroom management, discipline, recruiting teachers, improving Sunday School attendance, caring beyond the classroom, how to write creative lessons and do creative brainstorming, spirituality and prayer in the classroom, safe Sunday Schools, and more! This forum is also home to our "Small Sunday School" resource forum.
If you are looking for specific lesson plans and ideas for a Bible story, go to the Lesson Menu.
If you are looking for specific teaching techniques/media (art, games, food, drama, etc.) or helpful Rotation Model how-to articles, go to our Workshop Design and Resources Forum and look up the medium of interest.
Articles and resources about generalteaching techniques, classroom management, discipline, and moreforall typesof Sunday Schools and lesson plans. (For specific media and techniques, like art and video, go to our Workshop Design & Resource Forum.)
General Sunday School topics include: Improving Attendance, Summer Sunday School, summer children's ministry, Ways to Care Beyond the Classroom, "Evaluating Sunday School," "What every child should know," a statement of purpose for Sunday School, advice for better children's sermons. Church Safety, and quite possibly a lot more!
Find something exciting or new for your Sunday School? Post it here! This topic is for RESOURCES you have found that aren't specific to one Bible story, and for ideas/resources that don't seem to fit anywhere else. Only Registered and Supporting Members can post and read the posts here.
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