Hi, I am new here. Came across this while researching for our 1st Virtual Sunday School lesson for this Sat. Find this forum interesting and thought we can learn and share from each other.
Singapore has been into our circuit breaker mode for 56 days. We have not been in touch with our kids since this circuit breaker started. Though things are slowly re-opening, churches are not likely to gather any time soon so our church leaders and Sunday School leaders have decided to use Zoom as the platform for 2 of our Sunday School classes, namely the primary school children (in Singapore primary school kids are aged 7 - 12 years old). We have set the session to be max 1h.
Our church Sunday School teachers are mostly volunteers. I am an assistant teacher for the eldest group 9 - 12 years old. Cracking my brain now how to make this Zoom lessons interesting and not just us speaking and talking thru the entire 1h.
I understand the paid Zoom account has many functions which I have yet to explore (our church provides with teachers with an account). The main teacher and I hope to use polling available in Zoom paid account during lesson to get the kids interacting answering questions and also to test their understanding on what has been delivered.
The key lesson points for the kids to take away from our lesson this Sat will be Grace & Jesus is the way. We hope to find 1 activity that we can do with the kids to bring across the point on Grace & 1 for Jesus is the way. Something we can conduct virutally.