Top Tips on Working with Mixed Ages Paperback
Practical Pointers for Leading Small Groups with a Wide Age Range
by Maggie Barfield; Terry Clutterham;
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Top Tips on Working with Mixed Ages
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Top Tips on Working with Mixed Ages by Maggie Barfield; Terry Clutterham was published by Scripture Union in October 2010 and is our 19958th best seller. The ISBN for Top Tips on Working with Mixed Ages is 9781844275427.
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Top Tips :On Working With Mixed AgesMelanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
If you mention mixed age groups and/or worship to most of those involved with any type of children’s ministry you will most likely be met with a slight frown, sigh or groan because truthfully it can be one of the hardest things to do. However if you are a member of a smaller church then it’s also entirely likely you are going to have to do mixed age sessions to start with at the very least, and that is where this Top Tips booklet will really come into it’s own. It provides practical help, talks you through the design and plan of a mixed group session and even gives a suggestion for how best to set up a room to be used by a mixed age group. Best of all it’s short and concise and really easy to read, it won’t add to the feeling of being overwhelmed that can frequently come when faced with starting and doing mixed age groups, but will instead help you focus on how, why and what you can do so that you and the children end up having a great experience.
Another invaluable little booklet from the Top Tips series.
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|Page last updated||9th December 2014|
|Author / Artist||Maggie Barfield; Terry Clutterham|
|Publisher||Scripture Union (October 2010)|
|Number of Pages||32|