Instructional Playing - Teacher Training Resources

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Children learn as they play. If teachers incorporate play into the Bible lesson in purposeful and effective ways, it can be more than a time filler. Playing can increase learning.
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Dramatic Play as Bible Learning Activities Training
On this handout, teachers will acquire tips on how to choose dramatic play activities for their lesson and what to remember when using it.
(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.)




Play is How Kids Learn
Since children learn through playing, Bible teachers can increase learning by strategically incorporating play into lessons. In this five page teacher training worksheet, teachers will work through six tips for using play in ways that are purposeful and more than just time fillers.

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