Good home needed for Childrens Bible Story Flannelgraph
I received an email from someone who is looking to pass on a Betty Lukens Flannelgraph Bible Set to a good home. Here’s the email that I was sent.
I am looking to find a new home for my Betty Lukens Flannelgraph Bible Set. Do you know of anyone who might like it among your contacts?
I bought it about 20 years ago and has been very well looked after and is in excellent condition. It has been much appreciated when it has been used but as I haven’t used it for about 3 years now I think it is time to give it to someone who will use it.
It is the large Betty Lukens Through the Bible in Felt Set with 12″ high figures. There are over 600 figures and objects which are kept neatly filed in 2 large flat cardboard file boxes. Each piece is stored in a numbered section on a velour sheet and is easy to find when needed. There is also a variey of background felt sheets. The main purple felt backing has been mounted on hardboard and the other backgrounds overlay this. I have a wipe board stand for holding the main picture frame when in use.
There is also a teaching manual with 182 bible stories and details of which pieces of felt are needed for the story. I have found it also useful to adapt it for my own stories to bring extra action to the story telling.
I have attached a few pictures from the internet to help explain the set but it you google Betty Lukens Flannelgraph you should find plenty more information. I’m happy to answer any questions.
I hope you can find someone who will make good use of it as it still could have a role in today’s teaching.
If you’re interested please can click the name the above and email Jo. She’ll be glad to hear from you.
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