Sunday school lessons for children can be found at the websites of theMinistry-to-Children and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The Ministry-to-Children website invitesusers to browse their selection of lesson plans and print them for use within their own curriculum. These include lessons on specific verses, time periods or keyfigureswithin the Bible, as well as general themes, such as peace and God.
Ministry-to-Children also features links to other websites that can providefurther guidance to religious educators. These include a link to Kidology, which makes 3 years' worth of Sunday school lessons available to its registered users. There are both free and paid registrations available atKidology.
The website of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, meanwhile, provides an entire curriculum, entitled "Come, Follow Me," for teaching Sunday school children between the ages of 12 and 18. This curriculum is available in 22 languages other than English, including Chinese, French and Spanish, and features videos, guides and ideas for teachers.
The purpose of this curriculum is to guide, rather than dictate. Sunday school lesson plans are presented as outlines, with an emphasis on directing teachers to particular Bible verses and allowing students to develop their own understanding of scripture.