Children experience many developmental milestones in elementary school — from physical, to intellectual, to social and emotional — and faith is not an exception. Congregational Ministries Publishing offers several resources for elementary-age children that nurture the development of faith through age-appropriate Bible stories and activities.
Through Biblical stories shared in a variety of ways, children learn in a setting that stimulates their imagination and encourages class participation. We Believe Younger Elementary and Older Elementary follow the same scope and sequence. Curriculum consists of a Teacher’s Book, Color Pak (sold separately) and Director CD (sold separately).
We Believe Workshop is an online component of We Believe, providing flexibility, cost-effectiveness and ease of use for its participants.
Packed with kid-friendly lessons, take-home comics, and activities, this broadly graded summer curriculum encourages children to explore Old and New Testament stories of God’s people.
Each downloadable, 13-session unit includes:
- Four-page leader’s guide
- Photographs and downloadable activities
- Resource Pages
i love children sermon of U.S.A and for my lonely Africa ,if possibly we can welcome you as group to our sundae school,thank you.
Hi, this morning in SS at Tri City Presbyterian I did Gracie Finds Joy. Boy, the kids colored the sea and put clay fish in a row and could retell the story. Fabulous!
Is there a place to download the scope and sequence of the We Believe curriculum for 2011? The samples are helpful, but where can one find the overall course of the curriculum?