Puzzles, Blocks & Other Manipulatives as Teaching Tools Teacher Training Resources

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Using Blocks, Puzzles, and Other Teaching Manipulatives for Bible Learning Activities

Puzzles, blocks, or other teaching manipulatives can be used at different times in a lesson to reinforce or help visualize a concept. When used purposefully as teaching tools, not simply as time fillers, they can be an effective means of teaching.
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Blocks, Puzzles as Bible Learning Activities Training
On this handout, teachers will acquire tips on how to choose teaching manipulatives for their lesson and what to remember when using them.
(You can order this training document as part of the Bible Learning Activities For Children Training Download which contains a page for 8 different learning activities.)



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