Phew! These have been a labor of love! 🙂
We worked REALLY hard to make these the best ever and really effective teaching tools for you and your students or family.
Each picture was carefully thought through, designed, and re-designed for maximum effectiveness.
As you give these to your kids or students, have them look up the scripture and explain each picture (the pictures are not just about the key phrase, but also the meaning in the entire scripture). We really feel that these are our best ever!
And look how easy they are to make!
- Print the PDF
- Fold it over down the center
- Glue the insides together
- Cut out the cards!
- (We suggest you laminate them for long-term use)
* And if you are going to make an entire classroom set – that is a lot of cutting! So I used to have my students help me and they were thrilled to do it!
In the past I have made these myself and have given them away for free (which I LOVE to do whenever I can), this year these were not free for me to make as much more skill, talent, designers and resources went into these new cards.
They are available on our download store for $4.75 and this package also includes a display size of cards that you can see below (so you get flash cards AND display size cards in that one product)
As I was saying above, the package also includes a display size set of each card (so just print them back to back to get the reference on one side)
You can use these to hang up like posters, or use for activities.
* I think these would be awesome for parents to hang up (on their fridge or something) and change them out every week. They could be your scripture of the week for 25 weeks!
Next week I am going to do an article about several ways to use these in your classroom – things I used to do that were a blast and super effective!
Click HERE to purchase.
If you are printing off multiple sets (like one for each kid, or a classroom set) then definitely do this: Label each set. So have an “A” set, a “B” set, etc. So you will want to put an “A” in the corner of each card. That way when you find a lone card you will know exactly which pile to put it back in.
You could also number them, so your “A set” would have an “A1”, an “A2”, up to 25. I used to tell my seminary students, “take out cards 6 – 15 today and we are going to do and activity”. Then you can control the difficulty of certain activities as they are in the beginning stages of learning them.