What's Up is a flexible middle-school curriculum workbook using illustrations, stories, and interactive activities to challenge kids to understand why the Gospel really is good news to them. A practical application of the gospel-centered teaching philosophy outlined in Klumpenhower's best-selling Show Them Jesus, What's Up teaches nine to fourteen-year-old students how to lean wholly (and happily) on Jesus through these formative years. Student and teacher guides available.
Practically applies the gospel-centered teaching philosophy outlined in Klumpenhower's best-selling Show Them Jesus to a middle school context.
Intentionally flexible, What's Up can be used with middle-school kids in small groups, Sunday school, or even one-on-one discipleship settings at home or church. Provides 15 90-minute lessons or 26 45-minute lessons.
Middle schoolers learn by engaging, so What's Up keeps kids interacting with the Bible and with one another.
What's Up is for churched and unchurched kids alike since it allows them to read the stories before guiding them deeper, providing new insights, and driving biblical truth home in personal ways.
This curriculum gets personal. What's Up is about sharing lives and watching Christ change people from the inside out.
Teacher Guide offers easy-to-understand instructions and notes, helps, and directions to make teaching the gospel to children clear and simple. Requires little work outside of the classroom or teaching setting.