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Here are a variety of Scope & Sequences from a variety of churches!

This topic shares the lists of major Bible stories being taught in numerous Rotation Model Sunday Schools. You'll notice a lot of similarities as there's a pretty good consensus of the "major" stories of the Bible that Rotation Model Sunday Schools want to cover. That also means some of the differences in these lists are very interesting!

Keep in mind that Rotation churches come up with these lists because the Rotation Model forces us to concentrate on the "majors" -- teaching them four to five weeks in a row. That means we can only cover 10 to 12 stories a year, instead of the traditional model's practice of "plowing through" 52 different stories a year. Simply put, Rotation Model Sunday School are deciding which stories are "more important" to teach kids, and which can be skipped. Traditional curriculums do the same.  Read more about "how to pick stories for your scope and sequence."

Prodigal Son > Man with the Withered Hand 

You are welcome to add your own list of "major" Bible stories and rationale.



The Rotation.org Writing Team's "Scope and Sequence"

Rotation.org's Writing Team has its own "List of Major Bible Stories" that it has written for and continues to write for. Some major story sets are still to be written, but there are more than 40 stories already written! The Team's list is a bit longer than what a four-year Rotation Plan would need because they are writing for many churches and trying to cover all the "major" stories. The Team's list was created by the Rotation.org's Board of Directors. Their list does not propose a "sequence" of what order to teach the stories.

View their list of Old Testament Lesson Sets

view their list of New Testament Lesson Sets


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