Friday, February 25, 2011

Handout on teaching

I was recently ask to teach the 14-15 year old girls on Sunday @ church. The first lesson is about that we all have a responsibility to teach. Cool topic?
For the past few months, I taught a class full of 10year old boys. Each week I planned the lesson around the game and the snack. I'm excited to get to work with kids that are older and female so that I can plan my lesson around "the handout". I love handouts. When I was younger, I would paste them on my walls or write down quotes I liked in a notebook. I'm hoping to make each girl a notebook to keep stuff like that in as well. Stay tuned.
I've seen many variations of this quote. My favorite is, "It is not how many seeds in the apple, but how many apples in the seed." So profound.
Here's my handout. I printed the quote on my computer and then added an apple that I cut out on my Cricut and glued on a real apple seed.
Posted by PicasaI actually heard that quote a few weeks ago in church and loved it. I want to make something for my home.

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