Here’s how to finish up the last unit in Hope for Kids!
Before we let our students go out for the last time, we want to encourage them to share what they’ve learned here in Hope for Kids!
This is the final bit to memorize: five words. You’ll teach your students the five means of growth.
This is the main teaching part of Unit 12.
This lesson is about growth after we’ve received the Gospel. Here, Sarah teaches this using a illustration from your Hope for Kids Teacher’s Book.
Since it’s the last week of Hope for Kids, you’ll go over the entire Gospel Pathway in this review!
Here’s how you can start out teaching Unit 12.
Here’s how you can finish up teaching Unit 11.
You’ve already taught your students the response section, so now you can bring up your students to review it with the rest of the class!
This is a fun skit to show the students what it means to put their trust in Jesus!
Everything we teach is based in scripture, and it can be the best thing to show our students to show them that what they’re learning is straight from the Bible!
Now it’s time to talk to your students about commitment. Camille gives an example of how to do this.
This is the lecture portion of Unit 11.
It’s time to review EVERYTHING! Your students have learned so much and you have to help them remember it all.
Unit 11 is a very important unit, where you will be talking with your children about their relationship with God. Make sure you’re prepared before going into this unit.
As a teacher, you need to set the example for your students. You need to witness as well! This video gives biblical evidence why you should do this.
Here’s how you can finish up teaching Unit 10.
This video gives you an example how you can help your students memorize the Faith section of the Gospel Pathway.
The Boat Story is great to teach the children to concept of faith.
This is a great illustration for your students to help them understand what saving faith is.
This video is an example of the lecture part of Unit 10.
Here’s how you could start Unit 10.
We always want to give our students the opportunity to respond to the Good News. Here is instruction on how to do this.
This video shows how to finish up teaching Unit 9.
Your students have already memorized the Christ section of the Gospel Pathway, and you’re going to review it with your students here.
The Book of Sin Story is very powerful illustration that shows exactly what Jesus did for us.
Now it’s time to talk about who Jesus is. This video gives an example of how you can do this in your Hope for Kids class.
Watch this video to see an example of the Ladder Skit.
This video gives an example of the main lecture portion you’ll give for Unit 9.
This video is an example of how to start Unit 9.
This video shows you how to finish up teaching Unit 8.
Here’s how you’ll teach your students to memorize the God section of the Gospel Pathway.
This optional illustration is used to explain the concept of God’s justice.
This is an example of how you’ll perform this story with the other teachers in Hope for Kids.
This drama gives us a fun way to teach our students all about God.
Let’s teach your students about the Trinity using a fun song!
Here is the lesson portion of Unit 8.
Here’s how you would review the previous units in Unit 8.
Here is how to start teaching Unit 8.
Unit 7 is about how all people are sinners. We do not want the children to leave feeling weighed down in their sin. Rather, we want to uplift our students as they leave.
Here’s the instructions for Team Time in Unit 7.
This video goes over how to teach your student the outline of the Sin Section.
Watch this video to see an example of this optional illustration.
In this video, Camille shows one way to tell the Rotten Food/Egg Story.
Here is an example of how you can do this drama for your students.
Time for another marching song! This video will go over the song you’ll teaching in Unit 7.
This is the teaching portion of Unit 7.
This video goes over how to prepare, play, and discuss the Long Jump Illustration.
Let’s look at the start of Unit 7.
Want to know how to help your students learn the Heaven section of the Hope for Kids outline? Watch this video.
This video goes over the lesson portion of Unit 6.
There’s a song you can do in this unit! Watch this video to learn it.
Time to teach the Friend’s Gift Story!
Here’s how you would start of the teaching portion of Unit 6.
Here’s an example of how you would review the previous units in Unit 6.
Let’s look at the start of Unit 6.
The answers our friends give us to the Two Questions are very important. We need to know what to listen for in their answers.
Now that’s we’ve learned the Talking and Testimony section, it’s time to learn the Two Questions.
Here is the finale for Unit 5!
Here’s how you would instruct the children on the first Team Time in Unit 5.
It’s time to teach your kids the outline to “Talking and Testimony.”
Your story is powerful! Let’s talk about that.
Let’s teach our students how to have lasting and fulfilling relationships! It starts with asking questions.
In this video, we’ll go over what you could do for the review section of Unit 5.
Here is an example of the start of Unit 5.
Need more time for Unit 4? Here’s how you would split up teaching the lesson.
Here’s a video on how to finish up teaching Unit 4.
This video shows an example of the Gardening Skit from page 22 of your Hope for Kids Teacher’s Book.
After teaching the response section, you want to give your students a chance to respond as well. Here’s an example of how to do this.
After sharing the Gospel with our friends, we need to know how to help them respond to the Gospel. This is where you teach this to your students.
The Scavenger Hunt Activity teaches your students that they can use anything around to start a conversation about Jesus. In this video, you’ll see how to instruct your students on this activity.
The children will practice telling the Good News to the friend you’ve introduced at the start of this lesson. Here’s how you can teach this part.
Help your children memorize the Gospel in a Nutshell using the methods shown in this video.
With the Gospel in a Nutshell, your students will learn how to very concisely share the Gospel. In this video, you’ll learn how to introduce this concept to your class.
Remember to review the previous lessons at the start of each new session. Here, Camille is reviewing what her students have already learned.
Here’s an example of how to start teaching Unit 4 of Hope for Kids.
Here are the lesson goals for Unit 4.
Watch this video to learn the lesson goals for Unit 2.
Here’s an example of how to finish up teaching Unit 3.
When we talk to others about Jesus, it can help to have an outline to follow. This video shows an example of how you’d teach your students to do this.
In this video, you’ll learn to teach your students the Gospel Pathway.
Now it’s time to introduce the Gospel to your students! This video will give an example of how to do this.
You’ll review what you’ve gone over the previous week at the start of every lesson. Here’s an example of the review for Unit 3.
This example goes over the start of Unit 3. Make it fun for the children as you sing and introduce your friend!
Here are the Lesson Goals on page 17 of your Teacher’s Book.
This video goes over how to finish up teaching Unit 2.
Time to use those big eyes and ears! This video talks about how to interview the children on some important questions.
Here’s the Teaching Point for this lesson where you’ll talk about talking and listening.
Different lessons will have marching songs in them to help the children learn scripture. In Unit 2, you’ll review Romans 6:23 with a marching song.
Want to see an example of someone teaching the review section for Unit 2? Watch this video.
This is the first section you’ll teach when you start teaching Unit 2.
This teaching example video goes through how you should give instructions for the Scripture Games before starting them.
This video is a teaching example of the Proverbs 3:5-6 section of Unit 1.
This video shows a teaching example of the Welcome, Prayer, Praise and Song section of Unit 1.
It’s important to be prepared so that the Scripture Games go off without a hitch! This video will tell you how to do this.
Getting ready to start Unit 1? Here are some goals you should keep in mind.
The Gospel Pathway is what we have the children memorize in Hope for Kids to help them share the Gospel with their friends. Want to know more about it? Watch this video.
Want to know more about on-the-job training? Watch this video to learn more.
What do you need to get ready for your Hope for Kids class? Watch this video to find out.
“Pathway to Hope” is a material you’ll hand out to your students every week. This video goes over what this book is and why it’s important.