Object Lessons on Prayer for Sunday School Kids

Balloons, toothpaste, and raisins make up just a few of the incredible object lessons on prayer you’ll find in the post below. Table of Contents 1. Jam-Packed JarMaterials Needed:Directions:2. Rockin’ RaisinsMaterials Needed:Directions:3. Goliath’s ToothpasteMaterials Needed:Directions:4. Prayer BalloonsMaterials Needed:Directions: 1. Jam-Packed Jar   One of those days Jesus went out to a mountainside to pray, and …

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9 (Awesome) Faith Object Lessons for Elementary Sunday School

Faith is a tricky thing to describe to kids…after all it’s…invisible! So here are 9 great object lessons on faith that I think will make the task a touch easier. Let me know in the comments which object lesson you ended up using! Table of Contents 1. Fizzy FaithMaterials Needed:Directions:2. Polished PenniesMaterials Needed:Directions:3. Pop-Rock PowerMaterials …

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9 [Super Clever] Object Lessons on Sin for Sunday School…with videos!

I know you didn’t come here to read some long-winded intro about object lessons and how great they are for use in Sunday School. So I won’t bore you by doing that! 🙂 Without further ado….the “super clever” object lessons you were promised: Table of Contents 1. Invisible InkMaterials Needed:Directions:2. Pepper PickupMaterials Needed:Directions:3. Easter ExplainedMaterials …

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How to Explain SIN to Your Sunday School Class (plus an incredible object lesson!)

Explaining sin to adults can be difficult…but try explaining it to KIDS! So to make things a little more interesting, and to help them really “get it”, why not use an object lesson? When you have a difficult subject, like sin, an object lesson can be the perfect conduit for explaining something difficult in a …

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