6 Things You Need to Know About Teaching Preschoolers

Teaching preschoolers is THE BEST! No, seriously. It really is! There's something incredibly rewarding about rooting spiritual truths in the minds and hearts of young children and then watching the ways they so naturally apply them to their every day lives. If you're gearing up to teach babies, 1s, 2s, 3s, Pre-K, or kindergartners this summer in VBS, here are 6 things you need to know about teaching preschoolers.   If you don’t have a plan, THEY will! Preschoolers are hands-on, ... Continue Reading

Agency D3 for Preschoolers & Kindergartners

Foundational Bible teaching is always the goal with LifeWay's preschool VBS, and this year is no exception. Agency D3’s Bible content sets up a firm foundation for preschoolers and kindergartners to build upon for the rest of their lives. As you teach them who Jesus is and what He did, kids will learn the basics about why we want to love and follow Jesus. Every single day of VBS, kids will discover that Jesus is who He says He is (God's Son) through an example from His life. Day 1 uses the ... Continue Reading

The Power of Preschool VBS

The following post was written by Ronette Burnett, preschool VBS leader at Hilton Terrace Baptist Church in Columbus, GA. Wife to pastor John Burnett, and mom to eight year old Jack and ten year old Meg, Ronette says, "Each year, the VBS theme tends to consume our whole family which is why we still have a ring toss game and juggling balls in the foyer!"   Preschool VBS takes a lot. It takes more workers; each of the activities requires a heavy amount of adult to child interaction. It takes more ... Continue Reading

Top 10 Ways to Use the Kid’s Activity Pak Books

You just never know what you are going to learn at our VBS Preview Events! This past January, I got to hear Kelli McAnally share some creative ways to use the kid’s activity paks with preschoolers. Kelli wrote the 15-page storybooks for the VBS 2013 Kid’s Activity Pak: Babies–2s and the VBS 2013 Kid’s Activity Pak: 3s–Kindergarten.     Act out the book—kids choose colored craft sticks to determine which character they will be. Match colors in the book—kids draw pieces of colored ... Continue Reading