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    Adventist Heritage Children's Books Preschool-Lifelong New!!
    Shop a variety of Adventist history and Bible resources, written specifically for children.

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    Adventist Heritage Fun for Kids Kindergarten-Grade 6 New!!
    Activities to help children understand Adventist church heritage include a word jumble of pioneer names. Go up a level for additional materials.

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    Adventist Pioneer Stories - Adventist Heritage Ministry Grade 3-Grade 8 New!!
    A collection of stories about Adventist pioneers such as William Miller, Charles Kinny, J.H. Laurence, Anna Knight, Serepta Henry, Lottie Blake, Percy Magan, Eva Dykes, Stukely church in Canada, and more.

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    Adventist Pioneers - Coloring Pictures Grade 9-Lifelong New!!
    Print over 30 black and white sketches of Adventist pioneers for coloring or teaching. Pioneers include: Angeline & John Andrews, Joseph Bates, Frank Belden, Goodloe Bell, Sidney Brownsberger, George Butler, John & Martha Byington, Hiram Edson, Cyrus...

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Seventh-day Adventist Educators Blog

Partnering with Parents: Topical Training

Posted on Monday March 18, 2019

Help your students thrive by building stronger families through short, engaging, easy-to-read newsletters for parents of children and teens. The Curriculum and Instruction Resource Center Linking Adventist Educators(CIRCLE.adventist.org) curated the best articles from a column written by Adventist family therapist Susan Murray for the Lake Union Herald. Consider including the URL in an email or your … Continued

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Une leçon bien apprise

Posted on Thursday March 14, 2019

Dans notre classe de pédagogie on nous a souvent répété que l’enfant n’est pas un adulte en miniature mais un petit être avec ses propres sentiments, ses besoins et son monde à lui seul. Mon histoire le prouve. Je n’aimais pas la façon dont les élèves entraient dans la salle de classe le matin. Ils … Continued

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Los cuatro pilares de la educación adventista (Parte 1)

Posted on Wednesday March 13, 2019

Muchos educadores y filósofos han opinado sobre cuáles deben ser los pilares de la educación. ¿Cuáles son los pilares de la educación adventista? ¿Qué dice la Biblia sobre este tema? Para Delors Jacques, (1994) los cuatro pilares de la educación tienen que ver con la enseñanza por competencias que hoy en día están muy en boga: Aprender a … Continued

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A Faith for Today: Saving the Planet

Posted on Monday March 11, 2019

“God saw all that he had made, and it was very good.” With these words the Creator summed up his sentiment about all that he had made and done. Today you and I are destroying what he made and declared good. We: pollute the air to where millions must wear face masks make large portions … Continued

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