giant fish that swallowed Jonah, the base camp for Joshua during several of his battles and most recently it became
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Remember that church with the camel kneeling on its platform? Well I was there last week and the first thing they said to me was, “Come and see our ice cave!” They even have the nerve to open the window in the winter time to make it feel like an ice cave.
So how do you make an ice cave? Plastic tablecloths and
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Last Easter I wanted to make an empty tomb for the children to enter for our Easter lesson. I had already covered our puppet stage with stone paper for Daniel and the Lions’ Den. I simply converted it into the tomb.
How to make the cave:
- First, I cut an opening in the front for the tomb entrance. I saved the paper I cut to cover the stone I made in step 2.
- I found a large piece of flat cardboard and covered it with the paper from the opening. I needed to add some extra paper to complete the job. This was the stone that was rolled away.
- Finally, I covered the rest of the puppet theater with black tablecloths to make the cave effect. You could use plastic ones from the dollar store, black sheets, or even black bulletin board paper if you have it.
Shiver me timbers and batton down the hatch, it's trunk and treat time and have we got a theme for you. Full details and pictures will b...
This pup tent someone gave me years ago has really come in handy. It has served as the giant fish that swallowed Jonah, the base c...
This is a science experiment object lesson that could be used for Easter, or at any time to teach that Jesus takes away our sin. I fo...