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This is the ‘spot the difference’ that was included on the children’s activity sheet at the Greenbelt Festival communion service last Sunday. There should be 20 differences between the two pictures, but you won’t be able to see them in the online version so you’ll need to print off the ultra-high definition version which you can do here on the main CartoonChurch site. I’ve done it as a gif image for including in documents or a pdf which should print off nicely on its own.
It is entirely free to print off this worksheet for your own personal use whilst sitting at the kitchen table, but if you print off copies for a group of people or publish it anywhere else I ask you to buy a licence – normally £3 (single use) or £35 (unlimited use for a year) if you’re a church or suchlike – see here for the particulars. Hope that’s fair.
It goes without saying that you don’t have to be a child to do a spot the difference. Some of our Greenbelt campsitemates (Alice, Jacqui, Lemly and Rhys) did a very good job during the communion service and afterwards. I think they got 18 in total.
I will post the answers in a few days when you have all had a chance to get very frustrated and waste a reasonable amount of time.
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Posted by Dave at 10:01 pm on August 30, 2007 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons, Religion, Worksheets.
I know it is not Pentecost yet, and I know everyone reading will have used my Pentecost worksheet if they are interested in such a thing, but I thought I’d flag it up anyway in case it was useful for someone.
If you can pay me £3 for photocopying and using the worksheet that would be lovely. Unlimited use of my stuff for a year in your church costs £35.
Here is a picture of some people using the worksheets, taken from this blog post.
Apologies for the fact that I now churn out a replica of this post every year. Who knows, perhaps one day I’ll draw some new worksheets.
Posted by Dave at 11:36 pm on May 21, 2007 and filed under Church, Religion, Worksheets.
It is important when writing a weblog to write about the things that people are interested in. I have had a look at the search engines queries that people have used to find this website and have discoved that in January two people have typed in bedside tables free download. There is obviously a need out there for bedside tables that can be downloaded from the internet, or failing that instructions on how to make bedside tables. I have therefore produced the following worksheet:
[Click on the image to see it from a closer vantage point]
You can download a large printable version here (right click on link and choose ‘save as’ or something).
I must warn you that it is not very good. To be honest I do not know very much about making bedside tables, but it is what the public wants and if I was to stick to things I know a lot about then I would not write or draw very often. Also I did it in 5 minutes and did not take much care.
Feel free to print out and republish this worksheet. Please resist the temptation to sell it to someone.
Posted by Dave at 7:52 pm on January 14, 2007 and filed under Design, Household hints, Technical, Utter nonsense, Worksheets.
This isn’t anything new I’m afraid, but there might be people reading who might be interested in the harvest worksheet I produced last year. It is coming up to that sort of time of year again after all.
Information about licences for re-use of the worksheets is in the usual place.
Harvest is eagerly awaited here in Essex. The progress of our courgettes for example has been quite astounding in recent weeks. We should get at least 2 or 3 tiny ones. I’ll post photos of those and also the red peppers (yes, really) before too long.
Posted by Dave at 12:42 pm on September 10, 2006 and filed under Worksheets.
Actually I only have one Pentecost resource, the Pentecost worksheet, but the plural sounds better and more impressive.
Some of you may have used this worksheet in your church last year, in which case I am afraid to report that it has not changed and it is the same as it was then. (I have not forgotten about my promise to do more new worksheets by the way.) I’m posting it again though as I know there are lots of readers who were not around a year ago. The worksheet would be ideal for use with a youthgroup, with a home group, as a discussion starter or printed on the back of your service sheet.
Like all my material I ask that you buy a licence if you choose to photocopy and use this worksheet. For non profit uses the licence costs £3 per item or £35 for a year for unlimited use of all the CartoonChurch cartoons and resources. As with all my cartoons the high resolution version isn’t passworded – I operate an ‘honesty box’ system so you can try printing it out to see how it looks before you pay.
Posted by Dave at 9:25 am on May 25, 2006 and filed under Worksheets.
There is so much to tell you, so I have compacted it all into one post.
Christian Resources Exhibition
The National Christian Resources Exhibition is this coming week, the 9th to the 12th of May at Sandown Park in Surry, UK. I’ll be there with my little stall which is number E68 and is in the downstairs bit. Please do come and say hello if you are there and read this blog. Or even if you don’t read this blog. The stall will have some of my cartoons on display, my greetings cards for sale and I will be giving out free postcards with a so-far unpublished cartoon on them. Yes, free postcards.
I’m having to make some changes to my licence structure. First thing to say, if you are an existing subscriber you can carry on paying the same rate that you signed up to originally if you choose to renew your subscription. But, I am no longer going to be offering the lower licence rates that I used to launch the site to new subscribers. This is (1) as I’ve learnt a lot about running a business in the last year and have found that I can’t afford to do so, and (2) because I want to simplify things. So, from now on it costs £35 for unlimited use of everything on CartoonChurch.com in your church publications, or £3 for an individual item.
New Greetings cards
I have 2 new designs which are being put into bags as we speak. I’ll post them on the site after the CRE as I won’t be able to send out any orders before then in any case. I’ll also make my special postcards available assuming all 10 billion of them don’t get taken by eager punters.
Greetings cards in Glasgow and other shops
I will be starting a list of card stockists shortly as I hope to be selling the cards in more places soon, but in the meantime I am pleased to announce that you can new pick up my ‘Young people wanted church to be more exciting’ cartoon in the St Mungo’s bookshop in Glasgow. The address is 52 Parson Street, Glasgow G4 0RX.
Some of you may have noticed that there haven’t been many or indeed any new Cartoon worksheets lately. The main reason is that I find them really really hard to do. I’ve tried to put humour in alongside something meaningful, but the number of subjects about which I have nothing meaningful and appropriate to say is quite large. Similarly, there are some subjects where I have found nothing humourous and appropriate to say, Easter being one example. So, I’m really sorry. If you have subscribed and the worksheets were the main reason then I’d be happy to offer you a full or partial refund as I am aware that I haven’t delivered. I mean that, do let me know if that is the case. I do hope to do more worksheets in the future though, though I may need some help. Anyone feel like meeting up somewhere like London for a day to think up worksheet ideas? I’ll buy the coffee.
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Posted by Dave at 4:37 pm on May 6, 2006 and filed under CartoonChurch progress, Worksheets.
I’ve added a new worksheet to the main site, this time on the subject of ‘John the Baptist‘ (sample image above). The Bible passage it relates to is Mark chapter 1, which is the Anglican lectionary reading for the 4th of December, the second Sunday of Advent. It could of course be used at any time and might be suitable for youth groups, homegroups, discussion starters or as something to print on the back of the notice sheet. As per usual if you photocopy the worksheet I ask you to buy a licence, which can be done online via Paypal or by sending a cheque by post.
Ok, commercial over. Thanks for listening!
Posted by Dave at 4:49 pm on November 24, 2005 and filed under Worksheets.
Just a reminder on this All Saints day that my All saints worksheet is still available on the main site. I know many churches celebrated All Saints on Sunday but I’m still getting searches for All Saints resources so I thought I’d remention it.
Other All Saints items I’ve noticed this morning: Diamond Geezer has an All Saints places quiz, Richard has a hymn and the Gray monk a sermon.
Posted by Dave at 1:21 pm on November 1, 2005 and filed under Church, Worksheets.
I’ve put a new worksheet up on the main CartoonChurch.com site. This one would be ideal for use on or around All Saints day, celebrated in many churches on or around the 1st of November. As usual the worksheets are designed to either be printed on the back of a service sheet, as a youthgroup homegroup activity, for use as an icebreaker or any other use you can think of. Click here to see the worksheet and for full instructions and format options. Please note that I ask everyone who actually uses the worksheet to purchase a CartoonChurch.com licence. They are only £35 for unlimited use of all resources and cartoons for a year or £3 if you really only want to use one cartoon or resource. Thank you!
Posted by Dave at 1:14 pm on October 18, 2005 and filed under Church, Worksheets.
A rush of deadlines followed by holidays followed by a computer breakdown have meant that it’s been far too long since I put any new worksheets up on the site. Well, here are two new ones which I posted in the main CartoonChurch.com content section this morning. The worksheets are free to browse but if you choose to actually use and photocopy one of them I ask that you buy a licence to do so – details on each of the worksheet pages. Of course readers with an unlimited use licence are free to use these and all other resources on the site as much as they want.
This one is a fairly simple worksheet which would be ideal for use with a youth group about to return to school or other occupation for a new term. It’s also to do with reflecting on the summer and giving thanks for good times. The boxes are designed to be written or drawn in as you choose and the worksheet could be used as part of a structured session or in a more informal way. It’s entirely up to you.
Link: Beginnings worksheet
A few more bits and bobs to fill in on this one – all on the theme of ‘harvest’. The worksheet encourages thought on such ideas as where our food comes from, fair trade and sharing with others. You can use it as a discussion starter, print it on the back of your harvest service sheet or whatever else you choose. The worksheet is designed with a youthgroup audience in mind, but I’d like to think this one is suitable for all ages.
Link: Harvest worksheet
Once again, any feedback on how the worksheets go down when given to real people to fill in is always much appreciated.
Posted by Dave at 12:55 pm on August 23, 2005 and filed under Worksheets.
I’ve posted a new worksheet on the main CartoonChurch.com site. The theme is ‘Banquet’, based on banquet-related messages that Jesus gave in Luke chapter 14 of the Bible. The cartoon worksheets are ideal for use in a variety of church-related settings, including youthgroups, homegroups, icebreakers or for printing on the back of the service sheet.
I ask that you obtain a licence if you use this worksheet. You can do this as a one-off licence for a single use, or better still get a licence to use unlimited cartoonchurch.com resources for a year. This only costs £35 ($65.92 USD, $87.05 AUD, $83.22 CAD, 52.21 Euros, 7,092 JP YEN). It’s very easy to do- you can pay via Paypal or pop a cheque in the post. If you have any questions about this or anything else then do drop me a line – dave (at) cartoonchurch.com.
Posted by Dave at 11:10 am on June 27, 2005 and filed under Worksheets.
I have now uploaded a new cartoon worksheet to the main site. It, or should I say they, are entitled ‘The church of the future‘ – a rather grand name for two sheets of little pictures which you could give to a youth group or anyone else who enjoys cutting things up and then sticking them together again.
The resource was originally used as a discussion starter type thing to see what people thought the church of the future might look like, the idea being that all sorts of interesting conversations might develop from there.
Do go and have a look if it might be useful to you. I’m asking once again that people buy a licence if they’d like to use this resource – thank you.
Posted by Dave at 12:21 am on May 30, 2005 and filed under CartoonChurch progress, Worksheets.