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Click Unit 4: 8-11s Child's Component

Click Unit 4: 8-11s Child's Component

Easy-to-use, Bible-centered teaching material for 8-11s

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This child's component is an A5 booklet - 'Living for the coming'.

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Unit 4 for 8-11s looks at the subject of 'Preparing for Christ's return - From Ephesians and Revelation'.

This child's component is an A5 booklet - 'Living for the coming'. This is an activity book that forms an integral part of the teaching session each week.

This child's component accompanies the Click Unit 4: 8-11s Leaders Manual. There is also a Leader's Pack available.

CLICK is a Bible-based programme for teaching and discipling children from 3-11 years. The CLICK curriculum is based on the belief that the Bible’s own theological framework should direct what is taught and how it is taught. CLICK is Bible-based, teaching the major events, concepts and doctrines of the Bible. It’s also great fun!

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  • Preparing for Christ's Return: From Ephesians and Revelation
    1. The never-ending journey (Matthew, Acts, Titus, 1 Peter, Revelation)
    2. Being in God's family (Ephesians 1:3-14; Acts 9:1-19)
    3. We have a mighty helper (Ephesians 1:15-23)
    4. Old becomes new (Ephesians 4:1-6, 17-32)
    5. Living to please Jesus (Ephesians 5:6-20)
    6. Ready for battle (Ephesians 6:10-20)
    7. The mighty, mighty King (Revelation 1:1-20)
    8. The lamb is worthy to be praised (Revelation 5; 7:9-17)
    9. All made new (Revelation 21:1 - 22:7)
    10. The good news (Luke 1-2; Revelation 22 v 20-21)


Age range: 8+
Contributors Alison Mitchell
Format Paperback
First published July 2006
Dimensions 149mm x 210mm x 1mm
Weight 0.03 kg
Language English
Pages 16
Publisher The Good Book Company
Customer reviews

15 May 2012


I love using Click, and bought the children's component as the books often use activities from it. The book costs £1.50 and has some little activities/puzzles that back up what was done in the session. I have 40 children in my 7s to 11s' group, and if I bought them each a copy of this booklet it would cost me £60! It is definitely not worth it. I bought one to see what kinds of activities it has, but I will carry on making up my own. It would be much more beneficial to put these ideas into the main Click teacher's book.

18 Feb 2012

“Packed full of good ideas”

I love the 'Click' teaching programmes. They're easy to follow and are packed full of good ideas and activities to help the children understand and get a good grasp of the Bible. There are games to play, worksheets to use and manageable chunks of the Bible to teach each week, ensuring that there is something for everyone. You can mix and match the activities to suit the size and mix of your group and everything is Bible based. The children learn to use their Bibles which is really important I think, and enjoy themselves at the same time.

19 Oct 2007

“The best teaching material on the market”

We have been using Click across our children's Sunday groups for thr last two years. I was keen to introduce it because it handles the Bible so well and enables leaders and children alike to see the "big picture", God's plan of salvation as it unfolds in history. Almost everybody is delighted with it, but one of our 8s to 11s groups struggles a little with the format. The leaders say there is too little in the way of supporting activities so the sessions a Bible study more suitable for older children. Interestingly enough, we have used the 8s to 11s material successfully with a young 11s to 14s group. This either means the material is very flexible, or it is a little on the old side for the target audience. However, buy it and use it! It will not let you down.

2 Oct 2007


Of the 5 different sets of Sunday school materials I'ved used over the years, this is by far the best. Its sound theology and sensible activities mean it can be put in the hands of even very inexperienced leaders without concern. The focus is always on teaching the main point of the passage - not a moralistic or children's message and the activities genuinely back it up. The suggested activities actually work and the range certainly suits our circumstances and our children.

I was concerned when we started using the material that the use of the CEV would be a big problem (it's about the only Bible version no-one has). Turns out it's not really. I use the Good News, our children bring and use everything from the ESV to children's Bibles and it all pans out fine!

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