Monday, April 9, 2012

Let Them Design their Handouts

Chalk and chalkboards are always big with teenagers.  The craft stores have many of these chalkboard sheets already cut in shapes or you can buy the sheets.  The added advantage to the sheets is that you can cut any shape you desire by hand or with your Cri-cut or Silhouette machine.  They are also self-stick so they can be mounted on anything they would like to stick them to like their lockers or mirrors at home.  I asked them to listen to the lesson and pick out one phrase or scripture they might like to remember.  At the end of the lesson, I gave them each a piece of colored chalk and their chalk shape.  We do not all get the same lessons from what is taught in class, often receiving inspiration for just our situation and questions.  This is a great way for them to take what they wanted from the lesson and make their own remembrance.

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