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Any continually progressing visual is fantastic for keeping kids’ attention while you teach and Origami is just that! Using a square of any color paper, you can create all kinds of

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Picture in your mind a storytelling method that  involves every child in the class whether you have a class of 6 or 600, is inexpensive, and takes little preparation.   Sound to good to be true?  Almost, but it isn’t!

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Kids’ Pastor Ron Brooks shares 4 beneficial steps to improving your skills when teaching and telling stories to kids. As Ron mentions, kids do not have the self-control of adults to listen even if they are not interested, effective teaching takes place as we engage kids’ attention through these ways… Read it now

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Youth Pastor and professional story teller offers you these free stories to use in your ministry.  Go now to NailScars.com’s Free Storytelling Page

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Tim Sheppard hosts a secular storytelling site but he has an enormous amount of instruction on being a good, public storyteller; in fact, probably more instruction than most people would absorb.  Here are his Storytelling FAQ’s and in-depth advice by storytellers.

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Activity Village provides a large selection of photo instructions for kids’ level origami that you can download and print out in Adobe .pdf format.  Too many to list here.  Go now

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Origami Fun.com has a site full of free, printable .pdf instructions.  Click the link on the left of their homepage for extra easy designs, called Origami for Kids, such as hat, lady bug, sailboats, pelican, horse, bird, dog, crown, more.  Go now

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Tiny Shiny.com offers free instructions for origami crane, parrot, box, jumping frog, planes, pigeon, star, cup, and boat.  Go now

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Here is a page of links to free, kids’ level origami designs such as planes, boats, Christmas trees, and some animals.  Go now to Origami Resource Center

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Stories, Skits, and Plays by New Zealand’s Childen’s Evangelist, Maurice Sweetsur.  Scroll down past the links of his blogs to read the free stories.

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Children’s Chapel has free, printable Bible stories in narrative form for preschool and early elementary ages which include a life application story about a child that goes along with the Bible story topic.  Some activities and crafts, too.  Go now

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