I know what some of you are wondering… “What’s a glue-in?” A glue-in is a small handout that can be glued directly into the binding of their scriptures. Let me explain how you do this. Get a glue-stick and have it sticking out about an 8th of an inch. Then with the small glue-in paper, get the edge you would want to be sticking into their binding and give that glue-stick a “paper cut” with the paper. That will give a very small amount of glue on the edge of the paper. Then turn in the scriptures to where you want the glue-in to be. In this case, the first one would go in the first page of Matthew. Then simply slick that paper into the binding and shut the scriptures (so you will want to do this at the end of class). Then the next time your students open their scriptures to Matthew 1, the glue-in will be sticking out with lots of useful information for them.