Peter Fact Bag & Bulletin Board

Tuesday, July 12, 2016
How to create a Fact Bag with the lesson & printables in color and black & white. This is a great review for the classroom, then students can pull out the items and re-tell the Bible facts they learned.
There are so many lessons with Peter included that I teach. Beginning with Jesus picking him as a  disciple through the book of Acts. I don't think I realized it until I put this post together.
I saw this bulletin board set on Amazon and knew exactly what I wanted to use it for! You can see it here. If you don't want to order it, or see if your local teacher's supply store has it, you can make your own target and arrows. You can get a free target graphic here.
This came with larger arrows, but I used these smaller arrows I had left over from another project. I like these better, they look more like the correct arrows for a target. (The original arrows have room to write on them.)
This what the bulletin board looked like the next time I put it up. I had black background on the board already and added the orange chevron border.
Click here to download the pictures for Peter's life. They are numbered and have the corresponding scripture on each visual.
This can also be used as a Write-the-Room.
When we complete our lessons on Paul, we have this style of review and it is a fun way to review what we have studied. I purchase small lunch bags, open them up, and put one of each item inside. The students write "Peter Fact Bag" and their name on the outside.
If you want some hands-on, Party City has assorted animals and you can purchase pigs and roosters. I get the pretend money at Dollar General and the stickers at
The graphics are all black & white to save ink and I print each page on a different color paper/cardstock. Click here to download the black & white graphics for the Peter Fact Bag.

Click here for the color graphics for the Peter Fact Bag.
I used these visuals to review this lesson for Peter. And, the students filled in this worksheet while we discussed Peter. This a little different from the set on Cathy's Corner. I added Peter in Prison. Click here to download this set.
I used this extended lesson (original lesson from Cathy's Corner) to review Peter.
When I review Paul, the students write "Acts Fact Bag" and their name.
Click here to see the visuals and list of items for the Fact Bag.


  1. Thanks so much for sharing at good morning Mondays. Blessings

  2. Thank you so much for sharing at good morning Mondays. Blessings

  3. Thank you so much for sharing at good morning Mondays. Blessings

  4. You will probably never know how many children have been blessed by your talents. Thank you so much for sharing your work. We up here in Wisconsin are grateful!


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