Replacing Correction with Direction
There are two aspects to guiding children’s behavior in the classroom - direction and correction. Providing direction means guiding the children in how they should behave, while correction, of course, is how you handle it when they do things they shouldn’t. Instead of spending their time correcting problem behavior, a wise teacher takes steps to prevent the problems from occurring in the first place. Read more...
Have you seen the "Games that Teach Bible Skills" feature in the sidebar? Check back often - a new game appears every two weeks or so!
Various helps for Childhood Ministers and Sunday School Division Directors
|Helps for Teacher Training
Online presentations and other resources that can be used for teacher training in groups or individually.
|Information for Teachers
A collection of articles for teachers of boys and girls.
Descriptions and links for downloadable curriculum for teaching children.
Information on Faith Development
|Background Checks for Volunteers and Employees Information on background checks and special pricing for South Carolina Baptist Convention churches.|
The Childhood Ministry Group serves churches and associations by working with leaders in the area of preschool and children's ministry, including Sunday School, discipling, VBS, church weekday preschool ministries, and more.