Sunday School Curriculum
Generations of Grace is set up as a unified curriculum, meaning that all the children in a family will be learning from the same passage of Scripture each week. Bulletin Inserts provide a recap of the lesson that parents can see and review with their families. Click to download the Bulletin Inserts for each year:
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Activity Book Answer Keys
The Activity Books provide age-appropriate activities corresponding to the lesson. Preschoolers will enjoy dot-to-dot, tracing, mazes, comparisons, and more. Older children will enjoy crossword puzzles, word searches, decoding, find the difference, word scrambles, review sheets, and other engaging activities. Click to download the Answer Key for each year:
Teacher Preparation Sheet
The Teacher Preparation Sheet provides teachers with a simple guide to aid in understanding the lesson commentary. It includes space to write ideas, along with helpful tips to prepare the lesson each week and to properly and effectively communicate the main points of the lesson.
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Music and Songs
Along with the regular in-classroom materials, Generations of Grace can be paired with hymns and other spiritual songs to engage and aid in the student's understanding of the biblical stories and the truths that can be applied. Each lesson comes with a featured hymn and a review hymn, as well as other age-appropriate songs. Click to download the song list for each year.
This Student Journal is designed for children to review what they learn on a Sunday morning as they learn from Generations of Grace. A review is written out of each weeks lesson and there is a place for them to take notes during Sunday school. As a way of review during the week, there is a weekly outline of passages to read that relate to each week’s lesson which par with the Family Devotional. As families do devotions together, children can write down things they have learned and prayer requests, questions, or other concerns that they can take to the LORD or ask their parents about. Click to download the Student Journal for each year (the pages can be printed as a two-sided booklet and hole-punched):