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Article on Teaching with Bible Maps in Sunday School (PDF)


Here's what's in the article. It has many lesson examples too.

  1. Intro
  2. Why teach with maps
  3. Example of teaching a story with a map, questions you can ask
  4. Young Children and Maps
  5. 15 lesson ideas for teaching with maps
  6. Tips for displaying maps


I love to look at Bible maps and teach with them. Always have. Maps are far more than geography lessons. They are "graphic user interfaces" for a trove of information and reflection.

  • Maps are “storyboards” which the teacher creates in the student’s mind.
  • They are a visual prop upon which to hang our verbally delivered information.  
  • They are a graphic user interface that can store and trigger memories.
  • Maps harness our “love of the hunt”. (Where’s Egypt? How far to Sinai? Where did they go next?)


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