Story and illustrations by Didier Martin. Animation by Zebtoonz Productions.
Audio production by Andrew V.
Story and art © 2011 by The Family International. Animation © 2011 by Zebtoonz Productions.
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Instructions to make your own Bible storybook:
- Color the pictures.
- Cut each page in the middle along the black line.
- Assemble the pages in order and staple the left side to form your own booklet.
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Cover the front with clear contact paper. Cut out the pieces. Glue small pieces of sandpaper or felt on the back of each piece, so they will stick to a flannel board. Use these flannelgraph pieces to tell the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection as told in Matthew 28, Mark 16, Luke 24, and John 20, or read the story included at the end of this activity.
You can also photocopy the pages, and use these figures for other activities, such as, coloring pages, to create your own reader, wall posters, mobiles, etc.
Written and illustrated by Didier Martin. Design by Christia Copeland.
Copyright © 2011 by The Family International
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