My kids are always making and creating something. It isn’t unusual for us to have to clear craft supplies off the dinner table before we eat, and we aren’t even going to talk about our schoolroom table. When the team at StoryMakers reached out about sending us a box for Advent, I couldn’t say yes fast enough! When we received our box, I barely had a chance to look at it before it disappeared!
StoryMakers is a creative studio that designs imaginative resources for kids and teens. Their team of writers and artists brings the Bible to life through zines, playbooks, guides, and more. They have products for your little people as well as your teens!
Each StoryMaker guide invites the reader to step into a journey — a journey based on Scripture. Chapters include scripture, a prompt to get minds ready to engage in God’s story, notes, thoughts to ponder, fun facts, and an activity.
A starter kit includes zines, guides, playbooks, and memory cards designed to invite kids into the story of scripture. I love that StoryMakers has sound theology — and everything from the graphics, and the memory cards, to the zines, is so fun!
And if you aren’t ready to commit to purchasing a full starter kit, you can grab anything a la carte.
If you have a young creative in your life, consider investing in a StoryMakers subscription!
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