I love reading everyone’s top 10 posts, I know I said that last week, but it’s true. I get to remember old favorites that I’d seen and forgotten and find posts I’d missed.
In the spirit of looking back to look ahead, here’s the top 10 posts for last year.
Since these were some of my kids’ favorite activities when we did them, it didn’t surprise me too much.
I was in one of my “high drama” photo phases I get in, and had fun with the images for this post when I wrote it. Also, I liked the torch craft we did.
Who doesn’t love to study Ancient Egypt? Apparently nobody is the right answer to that.
What’s not to like about any Sunday School activity that involves building a giant city and then knocking it down?
Once I added my updated comments to this post I quit getting so many emails and comments telling me I completely missed the point of this story.
This past month this post got almost 9000 hits. So, everyone likes the idea of this craft, and it’s always a big hit in Sunday School.
This post beat out the previous one by about 500 hits, so everyone wants to know all about how to tell the Christmas story with 10 beads and a bell
My Bible curriculum landing page is a great starting point for finding out more about what to teach your kids about the Bible.
There’s something about World War 2 that people want to find out more, and so it’s not too surprising to me this post is always a favorite
For the last two years this has been my number one post, and I think that will continue for a while. I go back and regularly reread it myself to remind me of what I should be doing, so I understand the appeal.
So, that’s the top 10 posts for me this year.