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All these products can be used for audiences of ANY SIZE and all have been built to have fun and REALLY LEARN the WORD OF GOD!
YES!! All our Vid Teaching Games can be used over and over again. Remember, Kids learn from repetition!
ALL OUR VIDEOS ARE DOWNLOADABLE
Remember to click on instructions to view and print for yourproduct!
(Some products have an extra button to print out more things that go with your video)
FELT STORY BOARD FIGURES!
All Come With:
LARGE, Colorful, Premium Felt Figures!
Easy to Follow Story Script!
Teaching Technique Tips for Teachers
Instructions in Building Your Own Felt
Storyboard (3' X 4')
**You Will see Only One Price For Each Lesson. Postage Is
included in That Price. ALL LESSONS ARE MADE BY HAND
and READY TO USE!
Your Lesson Will Be Shipped Within A Week Of Your Order.
Arrival Is Dependent On Shipping Services.
The Boy Inside the Boy!
The Boy Inside the Boy! (11 page manual)
$35 (SHIPPING INCLUDED!)
Kids Under Construction
Leave them outside
Kids Under Construction (16 page manual)
$50 (SHIPPING INCLUDED!)
Leave Them Outside (28 page manual)
$60.00 (SHIPPING INCLUDED!)
BUILD YOUR OWN FELT BOARD!
(ALL Visuals That We Sell Fit Nicely On This Size Board!)
1. 2 pieces of 1/4" plywood (the cheaper the better) 2 feet by 3 feet each.Although we have had larger boards in the past, we found that a 4 X 3 foot board works nicely and can be made fairly cheaply. It will last a life time!
A very simple board is made by using a thick piece of cardboard, but wood is
preferable because it lasts a long time and doesn't warp.
Remember, you will cover it with felt so no one will see the markings or scratches on the board!
2. Black or dark colored felt - at least 40" by 52" - Most felt boards are a black background. If you use a color, we suggest you keep it on the dark side so that your visuals will stand out.
3. Duck Tape
Here's What to Do:
Simply put the 2 pieces together and by using Duck Tape from the top to bottom. You now have a board 3' by 4' which will fold in half for easey storage!
Prepare to cover THIS SIDE with felt. Make sure you cut out a piece of felg big enough to not only cover the board, but will go over the sides a good 4 inches. Then Duck Tape these edges on the back of the board and all the way around!
Last, but not least, we suggest you check out easels in your local craft store, such as Hobby Lobby, or even on-line. Using an inexpensive one is perfectly fine, because it will not be holding a lot of weight.