ILLUSTRATED STORIES

Here you will find illustrated stories and crafts for parents and teacher.

cachorro 1 co ENGHere is a beautiful story about boy who wanted the puppy that limped, because he limped himself, and the puppy would have a master who understood him.

Flash-cards:
A Puppy for Cody Flash cards    A Puppy for Cody Flash bw

To print a booklet choose that option on your printer:
A Puppy for Cody Booklet color    A Puppy for Cody booklet bw

Page to color: A Puppy for Cody Page to color

Cut the page in six parts and staple together as a little book:

Little booklet: A Puppy for Cody small story

Fold the paper in half lengthwise. Then fold the paper in four parts to make a fun little book that tells the story. You can use this booklet as a “tract” to give away. Make extra copies so the children can make booklets for their friends.

This will make a mini booklet (2 per page): A Puppy for Cody mini story

Cody puppetInstructions: Puppets for Cody Instructions

Big puppets:  Puppets for Cody story color
Puppets for Cody story gray   Puppets for Cody story bw

Smaller puppets:  Puppets for Cody story small 

Mini puppets:  Puppets for Cody story mini

Jamie’s Special Easter Egg

Jesus is aliveHere is a story to use for Easter but also to show that a developmental disability does not impair a person to understand the miracle of Jesus love.

Flashcards for the story:  Jamies Easter Egg color   Jamies Easter Egg flash cards bw

Jamie bookletWe give you several options. You can print in color or in black and white to color yourself or for the children.Let the children color the different pages for you, that way the story will have a very special meaning to them.

There is an option to print as a booklet, which is very easy if your printer does both sides of the paper. Here, I printed the booklet choosing 2 pages per sheet. Then I cut them in half and stapled the booklets.

Jamies Easter Egg color booklet     Jamies Easter Egg bw booklet

Jamie booklet stapleThis is a fun activity. The story is on one page. The children will color the pictures and then cut along the lines to get six “pages” that they can staple and make a booklet.

Jamies Easter Egg page to color

Jamie booklet foldedFold the paper in half lengthwise. Then fold the paper in four parts to make a fun little book that tells the story. You can use this booklet as a “tract” to give away. Make extra copies so the children can make booklets for their friends.

Jamies Easter Egg color sheet to fold   Jamies Easter Egg booklet page to color

Psalm 23

Ps 23Flash-cards to teach the Psalm:   Psalm 23 Flash Cards

Flash-cards with the Bible text:  Psalm 23 Flash Cards NIV

Pages to color:  Psalm 23 NIV pages to color

Page to make a booklet:  Psalm 23 Booklet

Make a booklet

cad.reg.ENGtitulocolorMeet Rosie and Paul who learn from Grandfather the importance of every day as a gift.

Flash-cards and a page to fold as a booklet.

cad.reg.1colorFlash-cards color: Every Day is a Gift Flash Cards

Flash-cards for b/w printer: Every Day is a Gift Flash Cards gray

Flash-cards to color: Every Day is a Gift Flash Cards bw

Page to fold color: Every Day is a Gift Booklet

Page to fold b/w: Every Day is a Gift Booklet bw

Fold the page in half lengthwise and then in three sections to make a booklet. A fun activity for the kids! You can make a few and keep in your wallet or purse to give to children you meet.

God’s Creation

Gen 1_1 EngIdea and art by Cristina Alvarez from Lima, Peru

Creation Instructions

Creation Circles Color

Creation Circles B/W    For the children to color!

See the Spanish photo collage that shows the options for printing. You can do sets of big circles or smaller, and even as small as to fit in the palm of your hand. Use printing options of one or two on a page, or 9. If you choose 16 it will print on half a page and you can do the circles to fit in the palm of your hand. Kids will love this as a craft!

Creacion fotos

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