GCP's Christ-centered, Show Me Jesus curriculum is doctrinally sound, spiritually nourishing, interactive and easy to use. The curriculum teaches the entire Bible . . . from Genesis to Revelation.

All age levels include colorful visuals and many other teaching aids to enable you to teach with confidence and effectiveness. Both teacher and student grow—not just in knowledge—but also in their readiness to live out their faith in God's world.

GCP's Scope & Sequence chart gives a comprehensive overview of every quarter for each department, Toddler through So What? Youth Bible Studies.

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Toddler
The average vocabulary of a 2-year-old is 200 words. This grows to an astounding 1,500 words during the third year.

What an exciting opportunity to teach historical, redemptive Bible truths to 2-year-olds who are grapsing the words of our faith and 3-year-olds who are learning stories of the Bible!

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Preschool
The Preschool curriculum is all about family. Children learn how God created family at the beginning of the world and how they are a part of their family and the family of God.

They gain an understanding that God created all things and that he is in control of all things. The Preschool curriculum shows children that Jesus is the solution for all of life. Through an exploration of the Bible from creation to the early church, preschoolers discover that God calls his people to himself through Christ and wants them to trust and follow him.

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Younger Elementary
As preschoolers move from non-reader to reader, the Younger Elementary curriculum helps children participate more in learning the Bible. THe student papers are color-coded to aid in reading so they can grasp spiritual truths. In-depth teaching and preparation tips assist teachers in classroom management.

The curriculum also puts an emphasis on teaching songs, family interaction, Scripture memorization and teacher-directed Bible storytelling. The goal is to help children learn to trust and obey God's promises, understand the importance of God's Word and personally respond to Jesus.

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Middle Elementary
In the Middle Elementary curriculum, students begin to integrate concepts of the whole story of the Bible, from beginning to end. This balance of Bible storytelling and interactive learning helps students discover how to worship and enjoy God forever through getting to know his Son and his work.

INTERACTIVE—Enhanced student interaction with God's Word, deepening the students' ability to discover Bible truths during class and on their own.

GROWTH—Spiritual nourishment and Bible background for the teacher's benefit.

PERSONAL—Intentional focus on teaching children to develop personal time with the Lord in prayer and God's Word.

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Older Elementary
When children are young, they cannot grasp chronology, but by the time they are preteens, they can begin to fit the various stories of the Bible into the big picture of God's redemptive plan. Help your students grasp the whole of God's story and how it fits into the whole of their lives by taking a journey through the Old and New Testaments.

DISCOVERING—Greater emphasis on student discovery of truths through exploration of the Bible on their own and in groups.

TAKING OWNERSHIP—Deepen trust in the Lord through personal devotions, prayers, and Bible study.

NOURISHING—Teachers supported with tools for spiritual growth and biblical background for teaching.

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Music is an important teaching tool for children. Each department, Toddler through Middle Elementary, has music designed to accompany the curriculum.

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MUSIC FOR CHILDREN

 

The Older Elementary curriculum, teaches students how to worship using Trinity Hymnal.

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TRINITY HYMNAL

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