Letters to Christians Interactive Bible Bulletin Board
Letters to Christians were written during the first century by Paul and other disciples of Jesus. We can read these letters in the Bible today. Let’s send our own letters to encourage and edify brethren!
Letters to Christians were written during the first century by Paul and other disciples of Jesus. We can read many of these letters in the Bible today. Let’s send our own letters to encourage and edify brethren!
This Post Office themed resource is geared toward children to encourage them to send thoughtful notes to members of the congregation. However, children and adults of all ages are encouraged to participate! This is a wonderful activity to implement throughout the study of the epistles- or any other time. Just write a note, include the name of the recipient, and drop it in the mailbox. In addition, the notes can be hand-delivered by designated “mail carriers.” This provides another fun opportunity to serve others.
The Letters to Christians Interactive Bulletin Board PDF contains:
- Post Office sign
- “Open” sign
- Scroll sign
- Mailbox image
- “Mail” slot sign
- “Send Your Letter” instructions
- Scroll clip art
- Grass clip art
- Postal-themed stationery
You may purchase an inexpensive mail box or craft one using a cardboard box!
I hope your learners enjoy this interactive bulletin board! For more Bible resources, visit my shop here! You can also find Teach Me Thy Way on Teachers Pay Teachers.
- Format: PDF
- Number of Pages: 21
Also, you can read more about the Letters to Christians Interactive Bible Bulletin Board here.
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