Five Fun Plays for Christian Kids Including Two Christmas Plays
Five Fun Plays for Christian Kids is exactly what it sounds like …fun! These plays are loaded with Bible hero adventures, funny lines, wild props, and page after page of action! Travel through time to see the birth of Christ. Call down fire from More...
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Tuesday, September 23
Publisher: Author Solutions, Incorporated
Size: 8.25" wide x 11.00" long x 0.25" tall
Five Fun Plays for Christian Kids is exactly what it sounds like …fun! These plays are loaded with Bible hero adventures, funny lines, wild props, and page after page of action! Travel through time to see the birth of Christ. Call down fire from heaven with Elijah. Swim away from a hungry whale with Jonah. Leap into the Lions' den with Daniel. Each adventure will leave kids laughing as their imaginations run wild! Children will be eager to design their costumes, paint their props, and set up the stage for each adventure. They might even learn something, too! Enjoy the Bible over and over again through these fun and exciting dramas.
Mrs. Phyllis Flagg has been a Christian schoolteacher for over twenty years. She recently completed an MA in Human Services from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. She lives in Eureka, Kansas, with her husband Monte, who is the pastor of First Baptist Church of Eureka. They have four adult daughters, two grandchildren, and a little Welsh Corgi named Maximus. Monte and Phyllis both serve in Eureka Christian Academy, which they founded in 2009. ï¿½ Phyllis began writing plays for her students to motivate them to explore their creativity. She has always been interested in publishing plays and books for children. In her experience as a teacher, she found that plays improve speaking, reading, and memorization skills in a fun way. ï¿½ As a pastor's wife and Sunday school teacher, Phyllis understands the need for stories that help teach the Bible to students. She wanted to create Bible plays that closely parallel the Bible stories. In this way, kids are actually studying the Bible as they rehearse. Her hope is that others will enjoy performing these plays as much as her students have.