2) Storytelling Technique: Travel Back in Time
following sample technique, based on John 4:1-42, is similar to the story-telling technique, “Goin’ on a Bear
Hunt,” an interactive method whereby the listeners travel with you; as the story progresses, the listeners move according to your directions. It’s ok to pause while the kids walk or run in place and before moving on to the next section of the story. You might select a few kids to stand
by you as you lead the class and tell the story. You can improvise the story in your own words or use the following script and read it dramatically:
“Everybody stand up, because today we’re going to travel back in time with Jesus.
Let’s begin walking (walk in place or begin patting legs).
The Pharisees heard that Jesus was gaining and baptizing more followers than John, but it wasn’t Jesus who baptized, it was his disciples. When the Lord learned of this, he left Judea and hurried back to Galilee.
Let’s get moving (walk faster)!
Now Jesus had to go through Samaria, which was quite a long ways away from Samaria.
Let’s get running so we’ll get to Samaria before lunch time (run in place)!
Look, there’s a shortcut through that wheat field. Let’s go! (Clap hands through the wheat.)
Now climb the hill. (Arms climb up.)
Now down we...
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