About Kim Myers:
is a professional artist, Sunday School Teacher and worked for about 20 years as the lead elementary art specialist in her local school district. She started the program, wrote the curriculum, did teacher training and classroom teaching. Kim has also taught first grade. You may see more of her art by visiting her website: kimmyersart.com.
Introduction to the Bible Coloring & Activity Booklets: These coloring/activity booklets are the result of many years teaching Sunday school. I think of them as my “Justice Project” because Justice was the early and eager reader who first inspired them. Thanks also go to Jack, Tatiana, Zoe, Wyatt, Page and Cai—all of whom have inspired something in them.
Most of pages are designed to be cut in half and then stapled together as a booklet. When I use these in class, we only pick one thing to color on each page on the first go-through. While they are coloring I can go deeper into that part of the story. We all take turns “reading” either the words or the pictures. Even special needs children can usually write their names and know their numbers 1-10 so they can work on their own booklets as well. For those who cannot write their names, one technique is to make the letters for them with dots. They can then trace over the dots by themselves or be guided. After finishing the booklet as a class, I encourage the students to think over the lesson before deciding what to draw on the cover. Students may take the booklets home and reread them. This is perfect solution to the problem of what to say when asked, “What did you learn in Sunday School today?”
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