Each week, for three weeks, we’ll be giving you a FUN SURPRISE!
Did you get the invite? Go here if you didn’t. Today we are announcing the ACTIVITY part of the party!
This surprise is for A LOT of you who have emailed us asking for ideas on how to teach a big group of people, or even just asking us for help on how to explain to a doubting friend or family member why you build a food storage.
We are also often asked if we teach classes. While we would LOVE to say yes to each request, we just can’t. With young families, working husbands, and busy schedules we are limited in the events we can attend.
So- what is the surprise? It’s LESSON PLANS!!! We created these lesson plans for you to use when you have events, group meetings, enrichments, or even just family activities. The lesson plans and/or handouts can also be helpful for you to share with friends and family members.
There will be a total of 4 lesson plans. We’re going to have these lesson plans on our Lesson Plans page found under the Site Highlights tab. You’ll be able to go there, and download them for free at anytime. Today, we’re going to be introducing how the lesson plans work, then giving you Lesson 1 at the end of the post. Over the next 3 days, we’ll post the remaining 3 lessons.
Each download comes with a flyer you can print and fill out your own specific information to post up at your church, school, or work location. Also included are invitations you can cut out and hand our or pass along.
Each lesson comes with a lesson plan that outlines exactly how to run your lesson. You can use these as basic guidelines, or follow them exactly.
|TEACHER CHEAT SHEETS:
We developed these cheat sheets for you to study, so that you can feel confident and have all the information you need to teach an informative and complete class.
Use these to tape up as you go through the different parts of the lessons. Visual aids help you keep on task and provide something for class members to stay focused on and/or to organize their notes into sections.
You wouldn’t want class members to leave empty-handed now would you? Each lesson plan comes with handouts you can print for your class members so they have all of the most important information to keep and use at home.
To help class members understand why they should have food storage, and how to make a basic emergency plan.
Download Lesson 1 Now!
Stay tuned, because we’ll be posting 3 more lesson plans this week. To get all the lessons plans, you can visit the Lesson Plans page. We’re so excited about this surprise, as it’s something we’ve been wanting to give you all for a LONG TIME!
-Jodi Weiss Schroeder