Saul Sees the Light

Thursday, June 13, 2019
These Guided Bible Reading Learning Packs were originally created to be sold on Teachers Pay Teachers. I have several packs started, complete or somewhere in between and have been working on them for a year or two. I started making these all-inclusive packs to use at home for Bible study or homeschooling, but they are perfect for Bible class also. Since I was using them at home, they cover a wider range of abilities. Some printables are for preschool and some for older elementary ages. And ages in between!
I also realize that some people do not like graphics for Bible material, so a lot of the printables do not have any. Most pages are available in color and black & white when possible. Most worksheets with Biblical questions have a teacher's answer sheet included. This has 60 pages and you won't use everything unless you are using it for a variety of ages.
Here is what is included and some ideas to use the pages:
The lesson and scriptures are in the pack first, then a fill-in-the-blank worksheet. These lessons follow directly through the scripture. After or during the scripture reading, it can be used as a clarification of the text. Or, if you are using this pack for more than one study session, it can be read as a reminder of what was learned previously. This is intended for older students, but for preschool or non-writers, the questions can be read and discussed instead.
There is a map included. You can print in color and black & white.
The stand-ups  can be used with the map if you want to 'walk' Saul. On one side he is walking with his paper and the other side Saul is walking between the friends that help take him to Damascus. There is a letter (not shown) that can be printed (color & black & white) to discuss what he was doing or to act it out. I usually print these on some type of paper that looks like a scroll and roll it up and tie with a ribbon.
 There is a set of Review the Facts Cards to review the scripture. These are black & white only, but can be printed on color paper. They can be put into a container for students to pick out or hand out and answer, or divide the class into groups and make it game. They LOVE these buzzers and get excited when they see them!
 Word Wall labels are included. These are black & white only, but can be printed on color paper. Although, I suggest printing on cardstock to reuse especially if kids will be using them. These are to use with a pocket chart. (I use small ones from Dollar Tree or Target.) They can be used like the Fact Cards above. Let the students say something from the lesson about the word.
There is an assortment of worksheets to be used as conversation starters and provoke thought. There is color and black & white and with or without the graphics. There is a teacher's answer sheet for most of them.
 Younger students love these stand-up displays. This includes the color and black & white background and people. Print on cardstock. Cut around the outside solid line of the stand-up and fold on the center dotted line. They can retell what they remember of the Bible account.
This includes a color and black & white one-page foldable book.
There is a  maze, Word Scramble, Cross Word and Word Search puzzle in black & white only. The maze has graphics, but the other puzzles do not have any graphics.
These posters are available in color only.
These masks are included. They are in color only.
Students love to use these. They can be used to tell, discuss or review the Bible facts.
Print on cardstock and cut around the outside. These can be used with the eyes or with the eyes cut out. Attach to a large craft stick or paint stick.
I picked two key verses for Saul Sees the Light . There are posters in color and black & white. There are fill-in-the-blank worksheets (NKJV) and a worksheet for younger students to copy the scripture and are black & white only. All these will help with memorization.
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(These are the same as the visuals but are black & white.)

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