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The Sunday School Store Launches New Easter Curriculum For Kids to Highlight Holy Week Heroes

Sellersburg, Indiana -

The Sunday School Store, a company rooted in the U.S and regarded for its diverse range of religious educational content, has introduced an initiative called "Heroes of Holy Week". This creative curriculum, comprised of five lessons tailored to six to twelve year-olds, aims to shed light on the powerful influence of knowing Jesus. The curriculum stands out due to its emphasis on highlighting the individuals who were brave and unwavering in their faith.

Designed to captivate and educate young minds, the curriculum includes diverse activities such as group games and craft projects, pushing the boundaries of traditional religious education. This creatively integrative approach allows kids to appreciate the importance of each Bible hero's actions during Holy Week, thus nurturing a deeper understanding and reverence for their faith.

A representative of The Sunday School Store, Tony Kummer, highlighted, "We emphasize connections with the Holy Week narrative, allowing children to see faith exemplified through these Bible characters amidst the significance of Easter."

This comprehensive Easter Curriculum adopts a unique perspective by focusing each lesson around a different Bible individual: Simon of Cyrene, Mary of Bethany, The Good Thief, Joseph of Arimathea, and Mary Magdalene. Interactive activities such as Bible stories, teaching skits, word searches, and coloring pages are paired with theoretical frameworks provided through memory verse exercises and discussion guides.

Continuing their mission as a one-stop solution for religious educational materials, The Sunday School Store has seamlessly transitioned into the digital world by adapting a digital distribution model. The "Heroes of Holy Week" curriculum follows this digital trend, offered as an instant PDF download for easy access.

Besides launching the new curriculum, The Sunday School Store has also disclosed the release of the "NEW 52-Week Sunday School Curriculum Bundle for 2024". This serves as an extra resource that encompasses all their signature offerings like the 52-Week Curriculum, Free Downloads, structured Easter lessons, and the Gospel Jesus Curriculum into a single complete package.

"Joining educational resources for easy access is crucial for our clients. The Sunday School Store advocates a platform that is not only convenient but also delivers top-tier religious educational materials. The release of combined offerings like the 'NEW 52-Week Sunday School Curriculum Bundle for 2024' aims to meet this goal," Kummer said.

An engaging Easter Sunday School Lesson wouldn't be complete without activities themed around the Easter story. The Heroes of Holy Week curriculum embraces this notion, enhancing the Easter experience for learners with fun coloring pages, games, word searches, and skits. This immersive approach ensures that children understand the Easter story in a unique, active learning environment, experiencing firsthand the love and sacrifice of Jesus through lessons that spotlight the heroes of Holy Week.

For more details about the Easter Curriculum and other resources, you can visit The Sunday School Store's dedicated webpage. Offering an innovative avenue to explore religious education, The Sunday School Store stands out for its unique teaching method about the Bible and Christian faith. Their steadfast commitment to provide engaging, educational, and high-quality resources is reshaping the way religious education reaches children.


For more information about The Sunday School Store, contact the company here:

The Sunday School Store
Tony Kummer
Sellersburg IN 47172

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