Friday, November 6, 2015

Samuel Preschool Projects
I am creating projects for the 3 year old class on Wednesday nights this quarter, and I thought I would share what we did. Samuel is divided into 2 lessons.
My granddaughter colored this teacher's example for me. Color the bed first (if using the black & white), add the stars to represent the night, then staple a piece of fabric to the end of the bed. I printed Samuel in color on cardstock (actually, the church secretary printed these for me) and had them cut and glued on the large craft stick before class.The kids can move Samuel in and out of the bed to review the lesson. The download includes the color and black & white to print. Click here to download.
This lesson keyed in on the people wanting a king. So Samuel anointed Saul as the first king. I really couldn't think of anything more fun for kids than a crown! I printed them on cardstock, let the kids color them, then they added jewels to their crown. That is just easy fun for them! This includes the color and Black & white. Click here to print.


  1. What a cute lesson! It's so important to teach our kids scripture at a young age! <3

  2. Love the story of Samuel! Thanks for sharing with #SocialButterflySunday! Hope to see you link up again this week :)

  3. Thanks for sharing at the Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop!


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