I have to share how my New Testament primary bulletin board turned out! It utilizes my interactive bookshelf for the New Testament along with Susan Fitch’s brand new Come Follow Me illustrations!
Like most things I do, it’s pretty simple. I just hung up my interactive bookshelf for the The Books in the New Testament found HERE.
This year I printed the filled-in bookshelf JPEG document from Costco (20×30). Access my printables at my Resource Library. Instructions for accessing my Resource Library are found at the bottom of this post.
We sing The Books in the New Testament usually during transition time or right when I start into singing time. It provides a great wiggle song as we stand up and do actions (actions are also linked on my interactive bookshelf post above).
The clip art surrounding the bookshelf is all Susan Fitch (are you surprised?). See more details on her new New Testament kits HERE. The main one I used is her Come Follow Me kit.
I added a little text for the various New Testament stories involving Jesus along with a rectangle square to make them easy to cut out ;).
If you are interested in my printables, purchase the Come Follow Me kit from Susan Fitch at her Etsy shop above, then contact me HERE and I’ll email you the file. I don’t want to infringe on her purchase materials.
And voila! A primary bulletin board perfect for studying the New Testament in singing time!
Check out this quick tutorial video for accessing the Resource Library:
These printables are filed on my Resource Library page under Category Title > Bulletin Board > The New Testament > JPEG/PDF Files.
2 thoughts on “New Testament Primary Bulletin Board”
I love your ideas, but when I added the Chrome Extension it REALLY messed up my computer. Everything slowed down – like insane slow. I was ready to lose my mind trying to figure out what was wrong with my computer, and then a “computer geek” uninstalled it and like magic, my computer was fine again. Is there any way besides the Chrome Extension to be able to download graphics and ideas?
You shouldn’t need the Chrome extension to access my printables. You can access them from any web browser without an extension. I hope that helps.