Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Traveling With Paul Posters

During our study in the book of Acts, I have these posters that I clip to the top of the White Board. I can change them, add/subtract as I need to. I like them better than one poster board. I also use the arrows you see at the bottom to connect Paul to the people he is traveling with each week. I print and laminate them and have reused them for years. I also have a review sheet we use, and other printables.

These are used for several  lots of weeks, so I decided to add them as a separate post. It will be easier to find and print if you are interested, rather than having to find each poster in a different Bible lesson. I start right away with Paul and Barnabas. They start working together when Saul leaves Damascus in a basket, which is the second lesson about Paul.

Click on the visuals to see and print the original document in English
Click on the name under each picture to download the Spanish poster
 According to Google translator, Paul is the same in Spanish,
so there is not a separate one.
According to Google translator, Silas is the same in Spanish,
 so there is not a separate one.

Here are the arrows I use to connect everyone.
This is also the poster I use with Timothy. He was taught the scriptures by his mother and his grandmother. Click on the above picture to print. Click here to print the above poster in Spanish.

There are more printables for the men traveling with Paul here.

 (I do not use the paper clips for the folding, they were just used to take the photos.)
This is a foldable I use to discuss the different men that Paul worked with teaching God's Word. If you cut around the outer line, and fold on the inside lines, it will fold showing who Paul worked with. (See photos) Here is the link to print it.
There is another set of printables on the Timothy lesson. I used the same graphics to make a small flip chart for the students to use while I am telling the lesson. The printable could also be used as a set of cards.
This poster is for when Luke is traveling with Paul. Once they learn this, it will help them in their studies in Acts. You can print it here.
I also use this as a review for a couple of lessons that are short. I added lines for the printable, but I just ask the questions and let them answer. You can print a teachers copy and the student worksheet here:

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