Preschool Alphabet: T is For Tower of Babel

Monday, February 10, 2014
Preschool at home ideas and printables!
This week is the letter T for Tower of Babel!
Here is a short, preschool overview of the Tower of Babel found in Genesis 11:1-9. God wanted the people to move all over the earth after Noah and the flood, but they all moved to the east. They said “Let’s build a city with a tower that will reach to the heavens. We will make a name for ourselves!”
They wanted everyone to know how great they were! They had 1 language and they were not using it to praise God, they wanted men to praise them for their city! God made the people talk in different languages
I started out talking about Noah first to lead into the Tower of Babel.
We sang Good Old Noah first and they love picking out the animals for Noah! You can see the song, animal printables, a file folder game and more here.
I printed these children of the world. I printed them each a world picture and told them it was their game board. We are going to play a game! (That gets them excited every time!)
I had hidden a set of the kids for each of them and told them they needed to find the children of the world. As they found them, and if they found  one they already had, they either traded for one they didn't have, or gave the double to the other person. We talked about sharing and helping others, too! You can print the above game in color or black & white.
Click on the above picture to see the file folder game
we used to connect with The Tower of Babel.
For this maze, the earth is in the center, and there are arrows pointing out in every direction, just like God told the people to go out in all directions. Start at the earth and go out in all directions! You can print the maze, all the pictures to color, retelling cards, etc. here.
They built a tower with Play Doh!
This is a really cute, really short Little Turtle Song. I printed extra turtles for them to hold and wave while we sang the song... over and over! T is for Turtle, and they loved the song! You can print the song and more here.
I used several ideas from my Bible class post here including the above tool box & tools and the construction hat. Click on the picture to see the post & printables. 
Click on the above picture to see the A-Z Bible People Pictures to Color.
Click on the above picture to find more A-Z God made It printables.



  1. hi there..I LOVE THIS!! I do the letter of the week for my 4 yr old daughter , and Im kinda lost on how can I associate Bible in our lessons.

    Stopping by from Thrive @ Home Blog Hop.

    Would love for you to visit my blog too..Godbless!

    Khit @

    1. Khit, thanks for visiting! I appreciate the really nice comment! I will visit your blog!

  2. I just found your blog through the Tot School Gathering Place and am now following you via GFC and your Pinterest boards. I can't wait to spend some more time on your site and really explore what you have here. It looks like I may be able to find some wonderful age-appropriate ideas to use with my younger children as my older girls are working on their Bible lessons this year.
    Wonderful ideas for the Tower of Babel! I would love if you could stop by Toddler Ideas Tuesday and share

    Have a wonderful evening.

    1. Thanks so much for visiting! Sorry, my Yahoo mail started a new lovely thing of combining emails, and I just saw a bunch of emails that I did not know I had! So, I missed this one, and will check your blog to find a current link up party! Thanks for the invite!

  3. You always have the best bible lessons!

    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!


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