Towards the end of last school year, Thunderbird Christian Elementary adapted their Bible class assignments for students studying at home. During the first two weeks of sheltering-in-place, students in the second grade were asked to act out any part of the story of Moses, take a picture, and send it to their teacher. “I was completely impressed with costumes and clip art, and the involvement of family members in this activity,” said their teacher, Teresa Greene. Though separated by distance, students were able to engage with Bible stories in creative ways, and also created opportunities for families to get involved.
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