Instant Skits For Children's Ministry
1. Key To Expression Symbols^2. The Book Of Joe^3. Cliff's Notes^4. The Collection^5. Comfort And Joy^6. The Coverup^7. Fast Foward^8. The Greatest^9. Gross Bumps^10. Highway To Heaven^11. Home Alone, Too^12. I Do Not Like That Sunday School^13. In The Dark^14....
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1. Key To Expression Symbols^2. The Book Of Joe^3. Cliff's Notes^4. The Collection^5. Comfort And Joy^6. The Coverup^7. Fast Foward^8. The Greatest^9. Gross Bumps^10. Highway To Heaven^11. Home Alone, Too^12. I Do Not Like That Sunday School^13. In The Dark^14. It's Only Word
Quick skits that anyone...children, volunteers, even puppets can perform, and teach important biblical lessons!^^Here are 30 skits for your children's ministry that you can do...instantly! Each script has been prepared with you in mind...including your volunteers and children with little or no acting experience. You'll find easy-to-read dialogue, simple facial-expression symbols, and clear guidelines for making the most of skit without spending a lot of time practicing.^^You'll find quick skits like these:^The Lyin' King^Home Alone, Too^Grossbumps^Cliff's Notes^The Book Of Joe^^Use each 5- to 10-minute skit as a discussion starter in Sunday school, children's church, club meetings, VBS- whenever you want something extra and fun in programming. With all of the extra bonus ideas provided, you could even turn each skit into a complete meeting. Each skit includes...easy setup ideas, puppet options, Bible verses, related topics to explore, discussion questions, and more.^^Add some quick fun to your children's ministry, and bring children closer to God with Instant Skits for Children's Ministry.^
Teachers, volunteers, children, and even puppets can perform these 30 simple skits quickly and easily At 5-10 minutes each, they're quick and easy, but guaranteed to deliver a Bible-based message that children will remember Written for all who can read -- regardless of acting ability. Build confidence in your children, as they use the simple facial-expression symbols beside each line to put the right feeling into each line. Words that should be spoken with emphasis are printed in caps, to help beat the "monotone syndrome" and ensure that everyone catches key concepts. You will get: Suggestions for expanding the message of each script with Scripture readings and discussion points. Suggestions for tying in to other topics. Directions for stage setup. Puppet adaptations. Scripture and Topic indexes.