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Title: Teach to Transform


1
Teach to Transform
COMPILED BY JIM ELLIOTT
Altamaha / New Sunbury Baptist Association
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Because preschoolers need love
and acceptance
  • Leaders speak in a loving manner, call each child
    by name, and accept the childs ideas.

3
Because preschoolersare active
  • Leaders arrange rooms with space and allow
    children to move freely around the room.

4
Because preschoolersenjoy repetition
  • Leaders repeat Bible verses and phrases, portions
    of the Bible story, and application of biblical
    truths.

5
Because preschoolers learn by doing and
experiencing
  • Leaders use activities that provide firsthand,
    hands-on experiences.

6
Because preschoolersuse all of their senseswhen
learning
  • Leaders supply materials that the children can
    manipulate and explore safely in different ways.

7
Because preschoolersneed guidance
  • Leaders enforce limits
  • consistently and lovingly,
  • guiding behavior
  • into positive directions.

8
Because preschoolersimitate others
  • Leaders model
  • desired behavior.

9
Because preschoolers are building relationships
  • Leaders provide situations for children to
    interact.

10
Because preschoolersare discoveringhow to work
with others
  • Leaders encourage them to find positive ways to
    resolve conflicts.

11
Because preschoolers have short
attention spans
  • Leaders provide open-ended activities and allow
    children to choose what they want to do, allowing
    children to learn in the ways God gifted them to
    learn.

12
Because preschoolersare discovering whoGod and
Jesus are
  • Leaders use the names of God and Jesus often.

13
Because preschoolers need to discover what
the Bible is
  • Leaders provide opportunities for
  • preschoolers to hold and use the Bible and relate
    the words of the Bible to the childs actions and
    the childs life.

14
Because preschoolersare discovering their unique
gifts and abilities
  • Leaders provide a variety of appropriate
    activities and the freedom to choose.


15
Because preschoolers need to feel secure
to learn
  • Leaders are consistent in attendance and
  • use a stable routine.

16
Because preschoolers need to be successful
  • Leaders offer activities that
  • are challenging, not too
  • difficult or too simple.

17
Because preschoolersare creative
  • Leaders supply
  • materials and activities that allow children
  • to express their own ideas.

18
Because preschoolers use different approachesto
learn
  • Leaders become familiar
  • with each preschooler
  • and plan activities
  • to meet the learning
  • needs of each child.


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Because preschoolerslearn through play
  • Leaders provide activities that lead preschoolers
    to encounter biblical truths.

20
Spiritual Development of Babies
  • Respond to loving
  • care at church.
  • Learn to trust.
  • Begin to associate the name of God, Jesus, and
    the Biblewith good feelings.

21
Spiritual Development of Babies
  • Enjoy hearing simple songs about God and Jesus.
  • Begin to experience affection and love for other
    people besides family members.

22
Spiritual Development of 1s
  • Develop attitudes toward church.
  • Can recognize the Bible as a special book.
  • Can respond with pleasure to the names of God
    and Jesus.

23
Spiritual Development of 1s
  • Enjoy holding the Bible, turning pages, and
    looking at pictures in the Bible.
  • Show strong attachments to teacher.
  • Show interest in simple Bible truths in songs,
    stories, and pictures.

24
Spiritual Development of 2s
  • Enjoy holding the Bible, turning pages, and
    looking at pictures in the Bible.
  • Experience delight in the interesting things they
    see in the natural world.

25
Spiritual Development of 2s
  • Recognize the Bible as a special book.
  • Like to hear songs about God and Jesus.
  • Respond to love and patience shown by adults.

26
Spiritual Development of 3s
  • Recognize church as a special place.
  • Try to do what pleases adults by showing love
    and cooperation.
  • Understand that Jesus is special and helped
    people.

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Spiritual Development of 3s
  • Listen with interest to Bible stories can
    identify some Bible characters and stories.
  • Recognize the Bible as a special book enjoy
    handling and using the Bible.

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Spiritual Development ofPre-Kindergartners
  • Listen to Bible stories and like to retell
    stories in their own words.
  • Enjoy games that allow them to find Bible verses
    and identify Bible characters.
  • Remember songs and make up their own songs.

29
Spiritual Development ofPre-Kindergartners
  • Recognize that God and Jesus love people and
    help people in special ways.
  • Know that Jesus is special and grew from a baby
    to a man.
  • Know that God wants family members to love and
    help one another.

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Spiritual Development of Kindergartners
  • Remember and like to tell stories.
  • Sing songs about God, Jesus, and church when
    alone and in a group.
  • Use the Bible and like to find Bible phrases
    located with markers.

31
Spiritual Development of Kindergartners
  • Love God and Jesus.
  • Recognize church as a special place where
    people learn about God and Jesus.
  • Like to take care of things in Gods world.

32
Approaches to LearningLogical
  • A child may
  • Enjoy problem-solving
  • See patterns in the world and be able to reason
    through difficult situations
  • Enjoy games and puzzles and
  • Understand concepts of less-than and same as.

33
Approaches to LearningMusic
  • A child may
  • Enjoy musical experiences
  • Be sensitive to rhythm and pitch
  • Be a good listener
  • Enjoy singing and moving to a variety of music
  • Learn new songs quickly
  • Make up his own songs and
  • Enjoy playing musical instruments and performing
    for others

34
Approaches to Learning Natural
  • A child may
  • Enjoy the beauty of Gods creation
  • Easily identify the elements of the natural
    world
  • Enjoy stories that allude to elements of nature
  • Like to explore and investigate Gods world and
  • Enjoy taking care of Gods world.

35
Approaches to Learning Physical
  • A child may
  • Be very active and coordinated
  • Enjoys playing out a story
  • Learn through hands-on activities
  • Like to use skills in games anddramatic play
  • Enjoy using her entire body

36
Approaches to LearningReflective
  • A child may
  • Understand who he is and how they feel
  • Want to work alone at times
  • Choose activities that allow for self-expression
  • Internalize concepts by personalizing them.

37
Approaches to Learning Verbal
  • A child may
  • Enjoy being read to, writing or dictating
  • Like to speak and listen, like the sounds of
    words, have a large vocabulary
  • Enjoy stories, poems, and jokes.

38
Approaches to Learning Visual
  • A child may
  • Enjoy creating her own pictures and visual
    representations of her own learning
  • Like to interact with teaching pictures and
    picture reading a book
  • Hear stories and visualize the events through
    word pictures.

39
Approaches to Learning Relational
  • A child may
  • Be highly social
  • Make friends easily
  • Be a very good talker
  • Recognize how others feel and be able to respond
    accordingly
  • Be drawn to activities that allow her to
    cooperate and interact with others.

40
Teaching Tips
  • Use the childs name frequently when you sing or
    talk to him.
  • Be consistent as you model behavior.
  • Provide a child opportunities to make choices.
  • Reassure the child when he is anxious.
  • Display and use the Bible.
  • Incorporate Bible conversation, verses and songs
    throughout the session.

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Teaching Tips
  • Encourage the child who is trying something for
    the first time.
  • Give praise to the child when he does something
    to help another child.
  • Use prayer when appropriate.
  • Sing frequently and include the childs name in
    the song.
  • Share the Bible story in the learning centers.

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Teaching Tips
  • Relate Bible truths and the life impact statement
    in each activity.
  • Encourage boys and girls to work together.
  • Plan for success and satisfaction.
  • Use Bible conversation often to reinforce Bible
    learning.

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After the Session
  • Reflect were you able to impact the life of the
    child?
  • Greet parents who are picking up their children,
    and greet children who are arriving with their
    parents.
  • Send a card to the child during the week.
  • Make a phone call during the week.
  • Remind a child of the Bible story or a Bible
    phrase in a positive way.

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Responsibilities of the Preschool Division
Director The division director is responsible
to the Sunday School director for the total
ministry of the Preschool Sunday School Division.
The division director Meets regularly with
the Sunday School Planning Team. Coordinates
the work of the Division develops the
organization. Discovers, enlists, and trains
new leaders. Evaluates, encourages, affirms,
and directs leaders.
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Responsibilities of the Preschool Division
Director
  • Meets regularly with leaders for planning and
    evaluation.
  • Oversees the coordination of FIRST CONTACT
  • (a ministry to expectant parents).
  • Evaluates the needs of the division
    recommends actions related to space, budget,
    curriculum, supplies, other resources.
  • Sets a positive example by being a witness of
    Christ and through full involvement in the
    ministry of the church.

46
Preschool Division Outreach-Evangelism
Director The division outreach-evangelism
director works with the division director and the
church outreach-evangelism director to lead the
Preschool Division in outreach and evangelism.
The division outreach-evangelism
director Serves as a FAITH Group Leader or Team
Leader (for churches using the FAITH Sunday
School Evangelism Strategy). Coordinates all
evangelism and outreach activities and
prospect-discovery efforts for the Preschool
Division. Assists in training leaders teachers
in evangelism outreach. Promotes outreach
evangelism objectives with leaders and teachers.
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Preschool Division Outreach-Evangelism Director
  • Maintains active prospect records for the
    division.
  • Greets visiting preschooler families and
    assists in locating the appropriate preschool
    departments.
  • Coordinates FIRST CONTACT or works closely
    with the coordinator to make sure those
    families with infants ministry of the church.
  • Sets a positive example by being a witness of
    Chris and through full involvement in the
    ministry of the church.

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Preschool Department Director A department
director is responsible to the division director
for the total ministry of a class/department. A
preschool department director Leads in
planning and administering the total work of the
class/dept. Meets regularly with teachers
for prayer, planning, and making assignments
related to evangelism and outreach, fellowship,
ministry, and Bible teaching. Greets
preschoolers and families when they arrive.
Serves as team leader for the class/department,
directing overall Bible-learning experiences.
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Preschool Department Director
  • Leads group learning experiences (for
    preschooler three and older.)
  • Maintains general records for the
    class/department. (Some classes/dept may choose
    to enlist a secretary for record-keeping)
  • Evaluates the needs of the class/department and
    recommends actions related to space, budget,
    curriculum, supplies, and other resources.
  • Sets a positive example by being a witness of
    Christ and through full involvement in the
    ministry of the church.

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Preschool Teacher A preschool teacher
Prepares and leads Bible-learning
centers/activities for foundational Bible
teaching. Builds positive relationships with
preschoolers and families Contacts members,
prospects, and families regularly to meet needs.
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Preschool Teacher
  • Leads parents toward faith in Jesus Christ and
    guides them to serve Him through worship,
    evangelism, ministry, discipleship, and worship.
  • Sets a positive example by living as an authentic
    witness of Christ and through full involvement in
    the ministry of the church.

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