All-in-One Bible Fun Curriculum for Children

Last week I wrote a quick review of the All-in-One Bible Fun Curriculum from Abingdon Press. We liked the preschool edition and have used it twice in a preschool class at our church. It is definitely a useful resource to have on hand, especially if you need to hand something off to a last minute substitute.

These books are only $10 each – a great price for 13 weeks of lessons for Sunday School or Children’s Church.  You can read a sample on the Abingdon Press or Cokesbury websites.

This contest is now closed, thanks to everyone who entered. Look for more giveaways soon.

The Giveaway: All-in-One Bible Fun

Abingdom press wants me to select three winners. Two will choose either elementary or preschool editions of the “Stories of Jesus.” One grand prize winner will win all four books in the curriculum series.

How To Win

To enter this contest, leave a comment below and share your favorite Bible Story to teach kids. On September 30, I will randomly draw 3 winners from the comments left on this post. If this is your first time to leave a comment, it will take a few minutes to appear. Make sure you use a real email or I won’t be able to contact you. The prizes can only ship to US addresses.


  1. Amy says

    I didn’t actually teach this story myself, but it’s still one of my favorites…
    One of my Sunday School teachers (a young, enthusiastic high-schooler) was teaching the story of Jonah and the whale. She taped paper triangle “teeth” to an umbrella along with some paper eyes to make the upper portion of a whale face and then made a lower “jaw” to go with it. She then made the whale’s mouth open and close and had the kids jump in and out to re-enact Jonah’s experience. The class performed it for the whole church and, may I add – everyone had… a whale of a time!

  2. says selected winners are comment #28 and #49

    Grand prize winner is comment #36

    Thanks to every one who entered, and sorry I’m a day late closing it! Life happens to me too.

  3. Kristi says

    I hope I’m not too late for the drawing. I did not get the e-mail until today! I would love to have a chance to win. :)

  4. says

    The Story of Joseph and his trials an being raised up by God to help save His people! SO many applications to draw upon!

  5. Dhashanthie Gamalatge says


    I’m from Sri Lanka and I’m preparing myself to start a small Children’s group in my neighborhood (for Christian and non Christian children) and share the love of Jesus with them so that they may come to know Jesus as their Savior. Winning a book such as All-in-one would help me a lot to bring the best to these kids.

    Thanks and may God bless you!!

  6. Michele K. says

    Wow. Pick only one bible story that I like? Well I think it is Joshua and the walls of Jericho. I love this story and when I teach this lesson to my chuch kids they love it. They enjoy playing the parts of walking around Jericho and then blowing horns. I have varying ages in my Wednesday club and it is challenging to find ways to keep it interesting.

  7. Sabrina says

    My favorite Bible lesson is David and Goliath. I love this because you can get the whole class involve in the lesson. I actually taught this lesson about 4 weeks ago and the kids loved it. This story has a lot of lessons within itself. I hope I win….Thanks!!!!

  8. Virginia Graves says

    One of my favorite Bible stories to teach most recently was the story of Jesus as a young boy staying behind at the temple. We talked about if they were ever lost in a store, how it felt to their parent’s and I shared a personal experience when our daughter was lost. They got into the story and understood better how it felt for Mary and Joseph but also why Jesus stayed behind. We tied it together with them taking away that God calls each one to a mission and that we should be passionate about that mission.

  9. Renee Saunders says

    I love teaching the Bible story of when “Jesus Calms the Storm”. The children and I act out the storyand they become very animated, making sounds of the water swishing around , rocking in our chairs like we are on the boat, and then best of all calling on Jesus to wake up and calm the storm.

  10. Hannah Witherspoon says

    This sounds like something that will totaly benefit me as a soon to be pre-school teacher.

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