Our images were printed out and the children challenged to sort them in order then retell the story.
Those who learn most from a story are often those who tell it. So how can teachers make sure they are not learning more than those listening to a Bible story? One children’s minister in the USA shared with FreeBibleimages how he achieved this.
Tyler Chapman printed out our images of the story of Moses on to card. He then divided the story into 5 parts, and the children into 5 groups. He then gave each group a set of pictures and they had to figure out what each picture represented and put them in order. Tyler writes, ‘I had each group come up on stage and teach their part of the story using the pictures. It went wonderful and the kids loved it!!!
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Last night I was able to meet up with one of FreeBibleimages’ ‘invisible friends’! (‘Invisible friends’ are all those people around the world using our images that we never get to see or meet). But yesterday, Joseph Prasad from India who is visiting Bob Skinner in the UK visited me to tell how they are using FreeBibleimages to reach out to Hindu people in rural India. Their team meet regularly to fast and pray for three days at a time (wow – I felt distinctly overweight). Then they go out into the villages and start teaching the Bible in the open air. Our projected pictures help draw in the crowds and focus attention – but the real impact is God working through these Indian Christian who are on fire for Him. They have built seven churches in these villages. What an honour it is to help them! And by the way they want as to finish the Joseph series as the villagers are keen to know what happens next.