The Divided Kingdom Extras

Monday, January 10, 2022
I had a request to design a classroom that would be studying the Divided Kingdom.
Here are some new ideas and printables!
I purchased this castle gate for the door. The Divided Kingdom banner is in the file. The shield with the grades is included with a page of numbers that can be added according to what you need.
I created this throne area in a corner using this background. I added the throne, a crown like this or thisscepter and old royal robe. 
I added the the throne that I made for VBS. Click here to see how to make the throne.
I added some of these banners and flags in the room, too.

These are a couple of anchor charts that are included in the download.
I also added this smaller bulletin board which is about 4x3. Everything above is in the download, including the anchor charts, map and door printables.
I added this bulletin board and it is big enough to cover a lot of wall space. This is 4 feet x 8 feet. I used this bulletin board paper, so I could pull it off of the wall easily when it is time to come down. I love this paper! You can pull a corner off, and the rest will come down instead of having to take each piece off! I would suggest this purple if it is available and this gold border. I just used what I had at the time. I added this gold border.

Tips: Put the background up and the border. Have the crowns divided by kingdom. I put up the Divided Kingdom banner at the top after finding the center/top of the background. I started the crowns at the bottom left with number 16-20. I worked my way up. Once those were stapled on ONE side, I put the other side up starting at the bottom and kind of matching the other side. I added the castle after cutting it down the center. Then I added the Israel and Judah flags on the top. I used the map on the smaller bulletin board, so I used this poster/Anchor Chart from the Divided Kingdom application pack.

The last thing I did after I stood back and made sure all the crowns looked ok, was to staple the other side of the crown. To make sure they were straight... all 40 crowns... I held a small level along the bottom, and I stapled it once it was level. A level like this or this.
See the original bulletin board at Hands On Bible Teacher.
All credit goes to Rhonda for the original concept for the bulletin board.
The pictures are here to share the printables with you.

1 comment

  1. I love all your content. The resources are wonderful. Thank you so much for all the work you have put in to the lessons.


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