Friday, February 22, 2013

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All printables are free on this site. You may download them for your personal or classroom or Mission use. I anm so glad you can use them! Please do not add them to your website, sell, or claim them as your own.

If you blog about the printables or visuals, or anything on this blog, please add a link back to the blog page (not the printable) and your traffic can download the printables and view the actual visuals, pictures, etc. here, from the original owner, creator and purchaser of the graphics to make the item.

Please respect my work, money, time, and copyright by not sharing.

Anonymous left a comment below asking what I feel is sharing. Do I just mean internet? Here is my long answer!

What I mean by sharing is yes, partly the internet. Say, you have something you downloaded here and a friend tells you "I like that, can I have a copy". Instead of sending the file, please send them the blog link so they can see it on the blog and download it themselves.

And, the same with the internet.
Please say "I found this printable free at www.BibleFunForKids.com/ and here is the post where you can download yours. It is annoying for bloggers to put all the time, creativity, money for graphics, etc into a printable or idea and see it on another person's site. Yes, it has happened to me.

Thank you! I appreciate you stopping by!

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29 comments:

  1. Hey Debbie, Love your site. I am looking for a lesson on the work of the priests for 3rd,4th & 5th grade and didn't really find anything. Do you have anything on that subject? Thank you so much. My email is nthomas66@bellsouth.net and my name is Nancy Thomas

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    1. I am sorry that I do not have anything for that age group, and I don't have anything for the priests specific jobs. It seems like you could use the file folder game, with the items in the tabernacle and discuss what the priests did. But, thanks for the idea and I will think on this and make something for it, but it will be a while.

      http://kidsbibledebjackson.blogspot.com/2013/11/moses-tabernacle-worship-in-wilderness.html

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  2. Would you mind elaborating on what you think of as "sharing" in your copyright notice? I can't see printing out the visuals and giving them to an eager parent after I teach class as being anything bad. Do you simply mean via the internet?

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    1. Well, I had this big paragraph written, so I decided to add it above and just say that giving visuals to parents after class is OK with me. I always hope the parents will discuss and ask and review what their children are leaning in class. Thanks for asking and I am glad you stopped by.

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    2. Thanks for taking the time to respond!

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  3. Hi Debbie, excellent site sharing the word of God with youngsters. My daughter and her husband run a children's ministry at our church. The reason I came across your site was when searching images on Google. I came across an image of yours (1.door) that I thought would be great as one of my Facebook profile images. Would it be ok to use for this purpose? God bless, Jim

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    1. Hello, Jim, thank for the comment. I am not sure which picture you are talking about, if you let me know the link, I can see it that way. If it is a visual from Sweet Publishing, you can see their TOU here: http://www.dsmedia.org/resources/illustrations/sweet-publishing. You can also see what their visuals look like, and find all of them that are available.

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  4. Hi Deb,
    I was wondering what is the name of the children's illustrated bible you use a lot for your printables? I read that bible so much as a child and have been looking for the title and publisher!

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    1. Hello Morgan, the visuals were created by http://sweetpublishing.com and you can find them here free: http://distantshores.org/resources/illustrations/sweet-publishing Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. All of your work is amazing! It is truely a blessing to have found your website here. I have just started teaching my 6 and 2 year old daughters about The Fruits of The Spirit and you have givin so many fantastic ideas and God has blessed you with such wondeful teaching. I also teach 2-5 year olds at my Church in New Zealand and some of your printables will be great. I would love to buy some things from your website, do you send to different countries by any chance? Thank you so much for your awesome website :)
    Kind Regards,
    Rachel
    God Bless x

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    1. Hello, Rachel, Thank you for the comment! I appreciate it1 I am not sure what you are wanting to purchase... everything you see here is free to download. What visuals can't be downloaded, I try to give details on how to create your own. Well, unless it is not my idea and someone is letting me use their photo to share their idea with you. Please let me know if something isn't downloading for you, or if you have more questions. Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. Thank you!
    Thank for the work you have done.
    Thanks for being so generous to allow others to use these great lessons. I love the Spirit of learning and sharing you have.

    Thanks again,

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    1. Thanks so much Betty! I appreciate your nice comment! ☺

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  7. Hi Debbie,
    I'm a bible class teacher for a few years, I have a hard time making visuals well, your site and lovely visuals are so exact! Really like the acts of worship especially. is it ok I could purchase and have a copy
    for my class? Not sure how your site works by payment? ginger

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    1. Ginger, thanks for stopping by. Everything on this blog is free and you should be able to find a "click here" and instantly download what items you are wanting. Or, look for the print that is in blue or sometimes pink and underlined. There is a link attached and click on it and that will take you to the download or information that is being discussed.

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  8. Debbie, your site has been invaluable to me! I am responsible for the crafts for our congregation's children's Bible classes for 14 weeks. Thank you for all the time, effort and prayer that you put forth to produce these remarkable lessons!!! God bless you in your work! chris

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  9. Thank you Chris! Your comments mean a lot and I appreciate them! Glad you can use some of the items! Thanks!

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  10. Hi Debbie, just found your site. I will be homeschooling my son and I have been looking for a great bible resource. Your site is just perfect. Thank you for your time in putting all of these. God bless you more! Love from the Philippines.

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  11. Hi Debbie , im trying to figure out how to print Genesis Cain and Able game ?

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    1. Hello Delfina, for the printables on this site, most have the photo then a description. At the end of the description, there is a sentence in blue or pink that states click here to print, or download here, etc. Just click and the document will come up for you to download. Here is the direct link for the Cain & Abel game: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3uNEVAAKowpY3BlNVZSWFJLbjQ/edit
      I appreciate you stopping by!

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  12. Hello Debbie, thank you for all the work you have done on this site and thank you for your generosity with your work. I have just begun teaching K-1st grade after teaching older students and women for the past several years, so what you have is wonderful for me. However, I am unfamiliar with "lap books" so I was wondering where I can find out how to make them?

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    1. Mary, the kids love lapbooks and file folder games. Lapbooks can be put together by the students, or before class. Here is my link with some answers, and if you go down the page, the Miracles of Jesus has the directions for assembly: http://www.biblefunforkids.com/2014/02/what-is-lapbook.html

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    2. You might be able to find more answers and ideas on my Pinterest board here: https://www.pinterest.com/djac123/bible-lapbooks-ffg-books-foldables-etc/. This concept began with homeschoolers, but I have used them in class a lot as a review. Lapbooks are usually used one time and are basically Q&A or fill in the blank type answering. File Folder Games are created to reuse and are great to have for early arrivers or review. I appreciate you stopping by!

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  13. Thanks for all your hard work! I'm using several things for my Bible class. I don't mean to be picky, but in your tabernacle print out of the articles of the tabernacle you spelled altar wrong. It should be altar not alter. Two different meanings.

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  14. Thanks for letting me know... I thought I had corrected everything with altar! Everything is updated. I appreciate you letting me know!

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  15. Debbie,
    Do you have any materials on the healing of the centuion's servant? Thanks for all you do.
    Leah Faughn

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    1. I have the lesson ready to be posted Feb 17, 2017 for preschool. If this is the age group, you can email me at debbiedavejackson81@yahoo.com and let me know what you are looking for.

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  16. Debbie,
    God has giving you an awesome gift. In Kids Club our church is doing Moses. Your Crossing of The Sea props are great. Will be use this Sunday for Kids Talk. Have share your website with our leader. God bless

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  17. thank you Debbie for your website!
    i was teaching Moses and found your website and that my plan on teaching them from the beginning is exactly what you had! your website has been very helpful to both myself and my students.
    thank you very much

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