We 💖 Sunday School Planet!

We’re excited to share about a new curriculum option for children’s ministry called Sunday School Planet. For an annual subscription, churches will get digital access to object lesson videos, on-screen games, kids worship music, and Bible teaching material.

This blog post is our first impression, be sure to visit the official Sunday School Planet website to learn more and download the free sample materials.

What is Sunday School Planet?

Sunday School Planet is a new subscription based children’s ministry curriculum that includes Bible lessons, worship songs, games, and volunteer tools. It’s designed for churches and kids ministry leaders who want an all-inclusive program for their Sunday School.

Sunday School Planet: Features and Benefits

Every week, Sunday School teachers scramble to find a worship video that’s appropriate for your class, hunt down an on-screen game that will hold their attention, and spend hours putting together a Bible lesson that is both engaging and educational. Sunday School Planet is designed to take the stress out of your preparation. Because it’s an an all-inclusive curriculum for children’s ministry, you’ll never have to search for teaching materials again. You get 52 weeks of lessons planned out in advance, complete with everything you need to teach an engaging and interactive class.

Who created the curriculum, games, and music for Sunday School Planet?

Sunday School Planet is the latest offering from Salem Church Products, the resource provider behind popular websites like Children’s Ministry Deals and Worship House Kids.

Salem Church Products provides resources for church leaders and churches. It provides a range of services and products, including worship resources and children’s ministry resources. Salem Church Products headquarters is in Lynchburg, Virginia. Sunday School Planet is the company’s newest product. It offers resources for Sunday school teachers. It includes lesson plans, activity ideas and craft projects. Teachers can also share their ideas and ask questions on the forum. Teachers can create an account to save favorite resources and have them available from any computer.

How much does it cost to subscribe to Sunday School Planet?

Sunday School Planet subscribers will pay $297 every year for access to the entire digital content library. The price is the same for all church sizes and there are no extra charges for digital media teaching.  This material is accessible only as as digital downloads. You get everything you need for 12-months of Sunday School Curriculum, but the fee will renew the following year.

Compare with Orange Curriculum, Go Curriculum Plus, and Grow Curriculum for Kids

On the Sunday School Planet website, they compare their material to several of the leading Sunday School Curriculum options.

When you compare the Sunday School Planet with these existing children’s ministry options, you’ll see a big price difference. There will certainly be tradeoffs for that price break, but you will need to take a closer look to find out.

What is Sunday School Planet?

Sunday School Planet is a new children’s ministry curriculum from Salem Church Resources. For an annual subscription, churches can access digital lesson plans, on-screen games, worship videos, and bible object lessons.

Are their coupons for Sunday School Planet?

There are no current promotions, because the annual subscription is an already discounted price for so much teaching material for Sunday School. Download the sample lesson from their website and the company may reach out later with a special promotional coupon.

How much does curriculum from Sunday School Planet cost?

The all-inclusive price of $297 covers a 12-month subscription to their digital library of curriculum, Bible lessons, games, and worship videos. They also include a 52 week scope & sequence so you can be ready to teach every Sunday at church.

What are your thoughts on Sunday School Planet? Have you used the other curriculum provides listed above? Leave a comment below and let us know!

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