Edible Bible Crafts Paperback
64 Delicious Story-Based Craft Ideas for Children
by Sally Welch;
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Brings the Bible to life for 3-11s with 64 edible crafts, with 12 Old Testament & 12 New Testament stories + 8 festivals
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Edible Bible Crafts
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Sally Welch brings the Bible to life for 3-11s with her range of edible crafts, covering twelve Old Testament stories, twelve New Testament stories and eight key festivals from the church year. Each unit gives the Bible story in a children's version, a short reflection on the passage, and a sweet and a savoury recipe idea.
The recipes use readily available ingredients and equipment, require no cooking during the craft session and can be used in a variety of situations, including Sunday schools, midweek clubs and Messy Church events.
The book also includes detailed information about set-up and preparation, tips on where to buy ingredients, and basic recipes to form the basis of the crafts, such as fairy cakes, biscuits, pastry, together with egg- and gluten-free alternatives.
Edible Bible Crafts by Sally Welch was published by Barnabas in April 2014 and is our 6814th best seller. The ISBN for Edible Bible Crafts is 9780857462435.
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"Absolutely brilliant! I'm always being asked where to find this kind of thing, so having all these ideas in one place is wonderful. I can see this being a great resource for children's practitioners and Messy Churches who want biblically-based activities - and children just love food crafts!" - Yvonne Morris, Children's Adviser, Diocese of Oxford.
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|Page last updated||21st May 2015|
|Author / Artist||Sally Welch|
|Publisher||Barnabas (April 2014)|
|Number of Pages||128|