Today's lesson starts our Moses series! I will set up a table/tables and add a visual each week so the class can see the life of Moses all in order, and the kids that miss a class will still be able to see what we learned. And, it will help with reviewing his life in order. Today we are starting a map and they will have a cut and glue workbook for this quarter. Today's take-home is a slider that has the birth of Moses in order that I put together before class and we will use it during the lesson.
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
These cut and glue worksheets are a little different from the last several sets that are posted. The kids I have this year love to color, and I prefer to print nice eye appealing color worksheets! But, for this series, I have made their workbook in black & white, unless I couldn't find the graphics I wanted, so they can color.
Saturday, August 24, 2013
Today's lesson finishes up the book of Genesis and Joseph! Next quarter will be Moses and there is so much to learn from him! We continued our Joseph in Egypt lesson with the kids wearing the Egyptian outfits. There is a quick printable project for today. It is a good reminder to love God no matter what is happening in your life. Joseph stayed faithful while he was a servant and stayed faithful even with all the power he was given in Egypt. There are so many lessons that could be learned from Joseph & Moses! Thanks for stopping by!
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
We will be using this file folder Life of Moses: Map It! each week for the entire Moses quarter. The map is not meant to be to scale, and basically I only added the places that will be in our lessons for Moses.
Sunday, August 18, 2013
We continue with Joseph for today's lesson. I did not add a craft for today, since we are "acting" out the lesson. The kids will dress up as the different people and we will go around the room to the different visuals.
Saturday, August 17, 2013
Here is the original lesson and a printable for Malchus and Jesus healing his ear.
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
So, I used the owl graphics I have from www.ScrappinDoodles.com and made my own!