Posts Tagged ‘Kids World Map’
Children’s World Map
Most youth ministry programs and families focus their Bible activities around the stories that children know and love, but what about a new look at the Nativity? In this article, Sunday school teachers and parents get some fresh ideas about teaching Jesus’ birth.
Where in the world?
Sunday school teachers and parents can set the scene of the Nativity by helping students understand where it took place. Grab a globe or large world map that many children can see. If the room is hooked up with technology, pull up Google Maps Read the rest of this entry »
Childrens World Map
Mandalas are geometric patterns starting from a central dot, working outward in repetitive patterns, often integrating symbols and vibrant colour. A circle within a circle is a universal pattern full of symbolic meaning. It is simple yet contains an element of the eternal. Mandalas remind us of our relation to the infinite world both beyond and within our bodies and minds.
There are numerous ways to teach kids and teens about the beauty, complexity, universal nature and healing powers of mandalas. Three of which will be discussed here along with specific examples and applications.
Kids World Map
Teaching to draw the world map, memorize it and locate all the 193 countries in it to your child baffles you. Its true for most people. Here are 5 tried and tested tips for you to prepare the basic premise for Geography Bee and other exams for your child
1. Never show him the actual map and tell him to replicate it. He will never learn to draw the world map and locate any country this way.
2. Tell him to draw the map instead from scratch. There is a completely new way Read the rest of this entry »