Look below for a detailed description of every item in your monthly Faith Lesson.
Each month we offer a specially selected Bible story that connects to one of the Fireflies themes. Each story is divided into five lessons. You can offer one a day for a week or spread them out over the month – the choice is yours! Lessons include prayers, songs, rhymes, and a variety of fun learning activities to help children remember and apply the lessons.
A general explanation of our Faith Lessons and what we believe. Faith Lesson schedule and pricing information included.
A full color storybook is included in every pack. These books are great for story time! Children will also enjoy looking at them on their own. You may even find them using the books to teach the Bible lessons to dolls or teddy bears! 6" x 8".
Bring the Bible stories to life with these colorful props. As children become familiar with the stories, they can use the props to retell the stories or practice sequencing skills. 5.5" x 8.5" each.
A meaningful Bible verse is incorporated into every lesson. You can post the display on bulletin board and refer to it often.
You’ll want to review the Bible stories often throughout the year. The Story Souvenirs are great for jogging memories! Bring them out often and encourage children to retell the stories that go with each object.
To promote parent involvement, each child receives an informative newsletter to take home. The newsletter gives an overview of the Bible story and why it is important. Some of the songs and rhymes are included and there are suggestions for engaging follow-up activities so parents can keep the learning going at home. Printed front and back, 5" x 7".
Allow children to participate in "reading" the story. One per child per Bible story.
General basic skill concepts to help reinforce lesson topics. One per child per Bible story.
Four fun and creative art activities are offered each month. To make your life easier, art supplies are included! Some of the projects help children make puppets or other props for dramatic play, language, or literacy. Others allow children to use art to express their understanding of the story, their love for God, and more.