And we come to Deuteronomy, the 5th and final page…
This Genesis Page is the beginning of The Pentateuch, the 5 books of Law, an interactive booklet complete with a book jacket. Five complete pages to release the creative element in teaching the Bible. The kids love creating these pages because they are all different, they move, and they are a great resource for Bible basics. Teachers love the ease of putting together a kit that is easy without a lot of preparation.
I use double sided paper for these pages however you may use any paper you would like. I suggest using a paper that is heavy enough to allow for folding and refolding without tearing. In this video I use Stampin’ Up! designer series paper.
Check our Resources tab to help with other areas of crafting for groups and also check the video, Gluing Tips for Kids at YouTube. This video is great for tips using glue for these pages.
Each kit requires 1/4 sheet of printed paper for the base, 1/2 sheet printed paper for the folded circles and 1/2 sheet of solid card stock for the labels of the page.
Additional tools needed for this interactive page are a standard 1/4 inch hole punch, scissors, a paper cutter, (I use the “Stampin Up!” cutter found on our demonstrator website, it has a scoring blade and a cutter blade.), 3 binding rings per kit, ruler, scoring tool and scoreboard or foam scoring pad, and glue.
James 2:14 “What use is it, my brethren, if someone says he has faith but he has no works?”
Father in Heaven, I lift up the teachers who have faith to do the works you have set before them. Father let your Word reach the children and adults through the Ministers of this message. Protect those Ministers from the enemy who would steal their time for preparation. In Jesus name Whom we love and adore. Amen
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