Create Picture Grams of Proverbs
Create picture grams of your own
proverbs as well as the ones in the
The following exercise works well
for little children who relate better
to pictures than to the words themselves.
For older students, skip the use of
the pictures and work on the words
of practicality for their proverbs.
You might want to create a bulletin
board in the Sunday School with their
proverbs. Ask the older students to
create the design for the bulletin
board. Older students can also find
proverbs or other Bible verses for
the younger classes to use for this
Write your statement and then replace
some of the words with pictures that
mean the same thing.
Trust in the Lord with all your Prov. 3:5
Be not wise in your own Prov. 3:7
God guides the (path) of those who are honest.
Create your own pictures. Make
a picture and put it over the word
For example above we put for the word "eyes."
Here are some statements for you
to play with:
A happy heart makes a face look cheerful.
A good name is greater than riches.
Anyone who plants evil gathers a
harvest of trouble.
Have a pure and loving heart, and
speak kindly. Then you will be a friend
of the king.
The eyes of the Lord are everywhere.
The houses of those who do what is
right hold great wealth.
The lips of wise people spread knowledge.
By wisdom a house is built.
Eat honey, my child. It is good.
Train a child in the way he should
go and when he is old, he will not
turn away from it.
Now find some Bible verses from other
books of the Bible to make your own
Bible picture grams.