Children's Sabbath School

FAMILY ADVENTURERS SABBATH SCHOOL

 

 

 

The Adventurer program was created to assist parents in their important responsibilities as a child’s primary teachers and evangelizers. The program aims to strengthen the parent/child relationship and to further the child’s development in spiritual, physical, mental, and social areas. Through the Adventurer Program, the church, home, and school can work together with the parent to develop a mature, happy child.

The Adventurer Curriculum is geared towards children from pre-k level to 4th grade and can definitely be adapted for the sabbath school setting. A unique feature is that it fosters a "family sabbath school" experience,  where children and parents are engaged in exploring God's word together.

This is an out-of-the-box option for churches wanting to revamp or jumpstart their children's sabbath school as this has a greater potential to be advertised in the community. Another added bonus is that if you register your sabbath school as an Adventurer Club, you have access to the software that will help you track the progress of your sabbath school attendees as well as have the opportunity to be part of all the conference Adventurer activities - giving opportunities outside of the Sabbath School to engage your families.

Connect with Washington Conference Club Ministry leaders here  (or call 253-681-6052) to get more information on how to start.

 

HOW TO ADAPT ADVENTURERS CURRICULUM FOR SABBATH SCHOOL

 

 

 

THREE ANGELS 4 KIDS

 

 

IT’S ALL ABOUT
THE LOVE OF JESUS!

The Three Angels Curriculum Project provides developmentally appropriate, supplemental, integrated lessons with rich resources for grades k-8 and 9-12 that teach children about the three angels’ messages in ways they can understand and appreciate. From PreK to high school and beyond, our two-four week units draw students closer to Jesus and fill them with courage to embrace truth and stand up for what’s right in these confusing, stress-filled times.

This curriculum was created for the school and home-school environment, but could be readily adapted to the Sabbath School setting.

 

GET THREE ANGLES 4 KIDS CURRICULUM HERE

 

 

MY BIBLE FIRST

 

 

 

These Bible lessons are designed to capture the interest of children and their parents, helping them understand the "big picture" of the great controversy. Each series (except youth) progresses through the Bible stories in sequential order, laying the crucial foundation of understanding the origin of sin and God's great plan of salvation.

The Bible is the focus. It is always read as part of the daily lesson study. Children learn how to study the Bible and have their own personal devotions, and parents learn how to have family worship. Every story is made practical and appeals to the child to live by God's principles.

Many materials that coordinate with the Bible lessons are also included on this website.

To impress on children's minds the fact that the sacred stories of the Bible are true, all materials are beautifully illustrated with realistic artwork and photography.

 

GET MY BIBLE FIRST CURRICULUM HERE

 

GRACELINK

 

GraceLink is a 12-year curriculum comprising 624 lessons, all of which are firmly grounded in Scripture. Most lessons are story-based, some on scriptural references that teach a specific doctrine. Each story has been selected to develop one of the four dynamics of the GraceLink series: grace, worship, community, and service.

Every lesson is supported by the writings of Ellen G. White. The Conflict of the Ages series is referred to most often. Other references include Steps to Christ, Thoughts From the Mount of Blessing, and Christ’s Object Lessons. In some instances quotations are included within the story; however, in most cases references are included in the Teacher Enrichment section of the teaching guide.

Learning Styles

Educational research has determined that individuals learn best through a particular style or way of learning. Although each person may use all four of the identified styles or ways of learning at one time or another, most of us depend on one major application. These four learning styles are incorporated into every GraceLink lesson. This makes it possible for every child to grasp the point of the lesson and to understand it in her or his own way.

The four learning styles are:

  • Imaginative. The imaginative learner asks, “Why should I learn this?” The “Readiness Activity” in each lesson appeals to this type of learner.
  • AnalyticalThe analytical learner asks, “What do I need to learn?” The “Bible Lesson” section deals with the content of the lesson, the memory verse, and small group Bible study—it offers the facts, the knowledge, that the analytical learner seeks.
  • CommonsenseThe commonsense learner wants to know, “How does this work in my life?” The “Applying the Lesson” section offers the opportunity to explore how the lesson can be applied in practical ways.
  • DynamicThe dynamic learnerwants to know “What can I do with this? How can I share this idea with others?” Opportunity to explore this option is given in the “Sharing the Lesson” section of each lesson.

SEE THE GRACELINK CURRICULUM SCHEDULE HERE

GET GRACELINK CURRICULUM HERE